Attractions

Stanley Park

Stanley Park

A green oasis in the middle of the thick urban landscape, the beautiful island-park of Stanley Park spans 400 hectares. It is home to kilometres of trails, beautiful beaches and numerous Landmarks, and it is without a doubt one of the most beloved spots in the city for locals.

Granville Island & Public Market

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Granville is an island in the middle of the city, a centre for dining, the arts and shopping, and home of the famous Granville Island fresh food market. No visit to Vancouver is complete without a day Spent meandering around the island and taking in everything it has to offer.

Vancouver Aquarium Marine Science Centre

Vancouver Aquarium Marine Science Centre

Vancouver Aquarium Marine Science Centre is home to 60.000 animals and represents 800 species of aquatic life. “As a self-supporting, non-profit association, the Aquarium is dedicated to promote the conservation of aquatic life through display and interpretation, education, research and direct action.”

Vancouver Art Gallery

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Located right in downtown Vancouver, the Vancouver Art Gallery is the largest art museum in Western Canada, featuring thousands of pieces, both from history’s greats and from modern, cutting-edge artists. The Gallery Cafe makes for a pleasant break between exhibitions, And the Gallery Store offers wonderful mementos and gifts.

Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden

Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden

Step out of your daily life and into this beautiful garden as your heart and mind relax and you renew your energy. Journey back in time to 15th Century China and enjoy this “window to another world”, named “World Top City Garden” by National Geographic.

Gastown

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Gastown is the oldest neighbourhood in the city, and every quarter hour, steam pours out the top of the Gastown Steam Clock and whistle chimes can be heard. Gastown is an eclectic mix of contemporary fashion boutiques, tourist-oriented businesses (generally restricted to Water Street), restaurants and nightclubs. Gastown also hosts numerous annual events and festivals, such as the Vancouver International Jazz Festival and the Global Relay Gastown Grand Prix international bicycle race.

Canada Place

Canada Place

Canada Place is a building that houses the Vancouver Convention Centre, the Pan Pacific Hotel and Vancouver’s World Trade Centre. Stroll the Promenade, enjoy live music and picturesque views of the harbour and feel the pulse of the city in this important centre of urban life.

Granville Street

Granville Street

Cutting right through downtown is Vancouver’s main entertainment district, featuring bustling shops during the day and happening clubs and bars at night. Spend some time in the Pacific Centre, where you’ll find more than 100 brand name shops and services. For a sampling of authentic Vancouver fashion, visit the trendsetting shops dotting the blocks between Robson and Drake streets, where you can and the latest styles in apparel, club gear and accessories.

Vancouver Lookout

Vancouver Lookout

Ride to the Observation Deck 177 meters above the city for a breathtaking 360-degree view of Vancouver. The elevator ride to get up to such heights is a thrill, and once you’re there you can partake in an interesting and informative guided tour.

Science World

Science World

Science World provides interactive exhibits and unique presentations of the wonders of science and technology for all ages. Knowledge is what keeps this business going as it is operated by a non-profit organization.

Capilano Suspension Bridge

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Walk the suspension bridge 85 meters above the Capilano River where millions of visitors have come to seek adventure. The bridge was originally built in 1889 and stretches almost 140 meters across, through lush green surroundings. But the bridge is not the only thing to see and do in the areas, as there are tons of trails to explore.

Chinatown

Chinatown

Step through the Millennium Gate for unique entertainment, dining, shopping and history in Vancouver’s Chinatown. Chinese immigrants first settled here between 1890-1920, and the community has greatly grown over the years.

Grouse Mountain

Grouse Mountain

Just 15 minutes from downtown Vancouver, Grouse Mountain is a skiing haven for local enthusiasts. The resort offers all manner of activities and entertainment, including cultural, educational and outdoor adventures for all ages and all seasons.

English Bay

English Bay

You will find bays everywhere you turn in Vancouver. Whether you’re looking for a stretch of sand to spread out and relax with a good book or an outdoor volleyball court, you’re sure to find it in Vancouver. English Bay is a beautiful, vibrant beach that comes alive when it’s sunny and warm with various activities such as scuba diving, kayaking and more.

Lynn Canyon

Lynn Canyon

Lynn Canyon Park has been a popular destination among tourists and local residents of Lynn Valley ever since it first opened in 1912, and is a great location for a day out in the open, with several great places to relax. There are also many popular swimming holes that are perfect for a refreshing swim during the summer months, as well as breathtaking waterfalls.

Museum Of Anthropology

Museum Of Anthropology

The Museum of Anthropology on the campus of the University of British Columbia is home to an incredible collection of artifacts and art from around the world, including weavings, carvings and even contemporary artworks.

Queen Elizabeth Park

Queen Elizabeth Park

Queen Elizabeth Park is located in Little Mountain, the highest point in Vancouver. It was once a rock quarry, but has been converted into a lush, lovely city park, complete with gardens, hills, public art and great views of the city.

Kitsilano

Kitsilano

Bordered to the north by two popular beaches, “Kits” is an artsy upmarket neighbourhood on the West Side, full of yoga studios, independent bookstores, organic coffee shops and natural grocers. During the warmer months, this area is the ideal spot for checking out one of Vancouver’s Farmers’ Markets before heading to the beach.

CF Pacific Center

CF Pacific Center

At the edge of fashion in the heart of downtown, CF Pacific Centre is Vancouver’s premier shopping destination featuring Holt Renfrew, Nordstrom, Harry Rosen, Ted Baker London, Apple, Bose. It is also the home of a vast selection of restaurants, cafes & entertainment venues.

Address: 701 West Georgia St., Vancouver

Phone: +1 604 688 7235