The National Volunteer Week campaign first began in Canada in September 1943 to raise awareness of the contributions that women made on the home front.
Why not take a break from the news, and spend a few minutes relaxing and unwinding with the latest digital installment of the Craigdarroch Castle c...
Are you looking for ways to entertain the little ones? Well, we want to help keep them occupied while we are all 'stuck' inside.
Join us for a night of music, artisan food and beverage sampling, unique gifts for the season and 10% beautiful decorations for the home.
The CD, La Riche Canadienne: The Music of Elinor Dunsmuir (1887-1938) features 30 tracks, a mix of music for voice and piano and chamber music for piano and strings.
This article was written for The Torch, vol. 4 No. 3, in the summer of 1985: On the third floor of Craigdarroch Castle there is a small room on the...
Robert and Joan Dunsmuir didn’t lose their fondness for Scotland and things Scottish after moving to Vancouver Island. But unfortunately, no ear...
No one knows exactly how the Dunsmuirs celebrated Christmas at Craigdarroch. If they were like most people in late 19th Century Victoria, they had a Christmas tree, decorated mantles, window frames and pictures with greenery, and sent and received Christmas cards.
On July 21, 2017, a new icon appeared on the Historical Resources page of the Castle’s website: look for the object ID tag
Craigdarroch Castle launched our new website on March 28, 2017. While some of the design elements carry over from our previous site – you’re actually on a brand new site built on the Shopify CMS platform.
Over 1,000 sick and disabled veterans of The Great War were treated at Craigdarroch Military Hospital.
Craigdarroch Castle is no stranger to film productions, having been featured in major and minor movies, music videos and documentaries for decades.