Royal Roads University is home to Hatley Castle and its stunning Japanese, Italian and Rose gardens. It is surrounded an historic national parkland with miles of walking trails that weave throughout the protected old-growth forest.
Hatley Castle was built by coal magnet James Dunsmuir in 1908. From 1940 until 1995 the Castle served as dormitory and mess hall for cadets and staff officers at Royal Roads Military College.
The castle is now the administrative centre of Royal Roads University, which is recognized for it's innovative learning model and cutting edge programs designed for experienced and aspiring professionals.
The beautiful buildings and grounds are a National Historic site known as Hatley Park. Visit the breathtaking gardens, castle, museum and gift shop which are open daily from 10am-4pm.
Here's how to get to Hatley Castle at Royal Roads University:
2005 Sooke Road Victoria, BC V9B 5Y2