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Ladysmith Visitor Centre

33 Roberts Street
Ladysmith, BC V9G 1A4

The Tourism Ladysmith Visitor Center will be temporarily closed as of December 9th to comply with Public Health Orders and best practices.

We are available to help you remotely through the ‘Contact Us’ form or by phone.

Hours of operation

You can reach us in person or by phone during the following hours:

  • January through May (Victoria Day): 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday to Friday
  • May (Victoria Day) through June 30: 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday to Saturday
  • July through August: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily
  • September (Labour Day) through December: 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday to Friday

We’re closed over Christmas through New Years.

What Business Owners Say

“It was an easy choice to open our business in Ladysmith as it's only minutes from home and we’ve met so many people that we really feel part of the community. Ladysmith has so much to offer to both locals and tourists alike that it's a wonderful place to have a business!”

Antique Addict owners Paul Joy and Cathy Goldie

Yes, we had the plan, the vision, the determination and the know-how. Yes, we understood the risks of building a “metro store” in a small community. However, the acceptance and support of the beautiful people of Ladysmith of all ages, the town of Ladysmith, the heritage council, the Ladysmith Downtown Business Association … we would not have come this far without them.

The Worldly Gourmet Kitchen Store owners Kamal and Therese Saab

Ladysmith has a great community spirit. There are so many events that go on here that bring people together. It’s friendly, central to the Island’s amenities such as ferries, airports and major cities, and just a beautiful location in general. The town is progressive and growing. I live, shop, work and play here.

Pharmasave Ladysmith owners Steve Robinson, Steve Wilkinson and Satnam Lalli

We always wanted to be our own boss and our own business. Ladysmith provided a perfect fit for our family situation … as well as opportunities for growth and involvement in the community.

49th Parallel Grocery owners Wayne and Hrmina Richmond

We wanted to create a business that would help support the extensive art community in Ladysmith. Ladysmith is a town of people who care about their community. They invest in it by being a part of it through volunteering for all the different events and organizations. It is a safe, happy place to be.

Bayview Framing owners Wanda and Bruce Whittington