The Steamship Terminal building on Victoria's Inner Harbour is a place steeped in Victoria's maritime history. Renovations of the building are only a first step towards the vision of a renewed transportation hub and grand public space.
The monumental heritage of the building is complimented by new businesses making it their home. The Robert Bateman Centre brings the art of renowned naturalist painter Robert Bateman to a gallery and interactive centre on the second floor. The Robert Bateman Gallery Shop on the street level offers a wide selection of original, finely crafted giftware with a particular emphasis on the natural world.
Harbour-to-harbour foot passenger service is available between the Steamship Building and the downtown Vancouver Convention Centre on board the V2V Empress premium cruise service, with its ticket offices located on the Belleville Street level.
Also on the Belleville Street level, Steamship Grill & Bar delivers a varied dining experience infused with local flavours and ingredients.
This landmark building is once again open to the public. By day or by evening, time spent in the outdoor plaza on the Inner Harbour or under the lights in the main hall will connect you to the experiences of others who entered this graceful structure many decades ago.