The Stone Bridge
The Stone Bridge is a historic bridge located in Beacon Hill Park,. The bridge was built in 1910 and is one of the oldest structures in the park.
The bridge was designed by renowned Canadian architect Francis Rattenbury, who also designed several other prominent buildings in Victoria, including the Empress Hotel and the Legislative Buildings.
The Stone Bridge spans a Good Acre Lake that runs through the park and is made of locally quarried stone. The bridge features a graceful arch and is decorated with ornate carvings and other decorative details.
Over the years, the Stone Bridge has become an iconic feature of Beacon Hill Park. It is a popular spot for photography, picnicking, and other leisure activities, and is a frequent backdrop for weddings and other special events.
The bridge has undergone several renovations and restorations over the years to ensure its continued safety and longevity. Today, it stands as a testament to the beauty and craftsmanship of early 20th-century architecture and remains an important part of the park's history and character.