Attractions, Vancouver

Vancouver offers a wide variety of world-class attractions located downtown, or within easy access from the downtown core. The Tourism Vancouver InfoCentre provides free information, maps, reservation services and multilingual, highly trained staff. Most hotels offer concierge services that can fast-track an itinerary suited to your tastes. 


 

FlyOver Canada

The ultimate flying ride experience, FlyOver Canada delivers an awe-inspiring trip across Canada from coast to coast, utilizing state-of-the-art technology to reveal some of Canada’s most awe-inspiring sights. Conveniently located at Canada Place in the heart of downtown Vancouver. www.flyovercanada.com 

 

 

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Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art 

The Bill Reid Gallery is named after Bill Reid (1920 – 1998), the acclaimed Haida master goldsmith, carver, sculptor, writer, spokesman and one of Canada's greatest artists. The Gallery is devoted to understanding and appreciating contemporary Aboriginal art of the Northwest Coast.

639 Hornby St. 604.682.3455

 

BC Sports Hall of Fame  – Downtown
Gate A, BC Place Stadium. Tel: 604-687-5520

Bloedel Conservatory – Vancouver
Queen Elizabeth Park. Tel:604-257-8584

Capilano Suspension Bridge - North Vancouver
3735 C
apilano Rd. N. Vancouver. Tel; 604-985-7474

Chinese Cultural Museum and Archives – Chinatown (Downtown)
555 Columbia Street. Tel: 604-685-8865

CN Imax Theatre at Canada Place - Downtown
#201-999 Canada Place. Tel: 604-682-5955 

Granville Island - Vancouver
Located across the Granville Street Bride opposite the downtown core.

Granville Island Brewing - Vancouver
1441 Cartwright Street. Tel: 604-685-0504

Granville Island Model Trains & Ships Museums - Vancouver
1502 Duranlear Street, Granville Island. Tel: 604-638-1939

Grouse Mountain
North Vancouver, 6400 Nancy Green Way. Tel: 604-980-9311

H.R. MacMillan space Centre - Vancouver
1100 chestnuts Street. Tel:604-738-7827

Harbour Cruises - Downtown
#1 North foot of Denman Street. Tel: 604-687-5868 

Hastinge Park Racecourse - Vancouver
Tel: 604-254-1631

Lookout at the Harbour Centre - Downtown
555 West Hastings Street. Tel:604-689-0421

Museum of Anthropology - Vancouver
6393 NW Marine Drive.
Tel: 604-822-5950

Pacific National Exhibition - Playland - Vancouver
Renfrew and Hastings Street. Tel: 604-253-2311

Science World - Alcan Ominamax Theatre - Vancouver
1455 Quebec Street. Tel: 604-443-7440

Stanley Park Horse-Drawn Tours - Downtown
Stanley Park. Tel: 604-681-5115 

Stanley Park - Downtown
Stanley Park1.000-acre Stanley Park is a natural gem within easy access of the downtown core. The largest natural urban park in North America, Stanley Park offers gorgeous beaches, a 10 kilometers Seawall with walking, cycling and rollerblading paths, seaside public swimming pool, the Vancouver Aquarium, Native Totem Poles, restaurants, golf, tennis, ball fields, picnic areas, seemingly endless kilometers of hiking trails and more. Sightseeing tours also cruise through the park with stops at major points of interest.

UBC Botanical Garden and Nitobe Memorial Garden - Vancouver
6804 SW Marine Drive. Tel: 680-822-3928

Vancouver Aquarium Marine Science Centre - Downtown
Stanley Park. Tel: 604-659-3474

Vancouver Art Gallery
750 Hornby Street. Tel: 604-662-4719

Vancouver Maritime Museum
1905 Ogden Ave., Vanier Park. Tel: 604-257-8300

Vancouver Museum - Vancouver
1100 Chestnut Street, Vanier Park. Tel: 604-736-4431

VanDusen Botanical Garden - Vancouver
5251 Oak Street. Tel: 604-878-9274

Wreck Beach - Clothing Optional
Near UBC (University of British Columbia)
located just west of the main UBC Campus is a beautiful, clothing optional beach that includes a gay section on the main beach and hiking trails which lead to smaller, secluded patches of beachfront should you wish to move away from the main beach area. Located about 33 minutes from downtown, Wreck Beach is accessible by car or public transit. Transit stops for a few minutes at the UBC bus terminus, letting you know it is time to get off.
From here, just walk through the main campus for three or four blocks where you will come to the end of the road and it will be obvious where the trail down to the beach begins. Take the 4 UBC or 10 UBC bus going south on Granville to get there and the 4 Powell or 10 Hastings to return. *Please note that it is a 10-15 minute hike down the steeply inclined path leading down to the beach and that you also have to walk back up upon return.