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An afterthought on how to deal with some leftover land? Half of the park is taken up with the "amazing laughter" statues. Give it a pass, cross the street to English Bay - much more natural and scenic.
Calling this a park is a bit of a stretch. It’s really a tiny bit of green space that is home to the laughing men statues (must see). There are some nice floral displays in the summer too. Adjacent to the main entrance to English...More
So the park area is quite small and after dark was not well lit enough to show off the statues.They are entertaining and well done. But I would not drive across town to see them .We stayed at the hotel next door - so we...More
Also know for its famous and very touristic laughing statues, this eye-catching park is a showpiece of the West End. During spring and summer it shines with colourful flowers and palm trees. It is said to celebrate Vancouver’s gentle climate and vibrant spirit, and attracts...More
When visiting Vancouver your can't miss the Morton Park where the Yue Minjun's 2009 bronze sculpture, 'A-Maze-Ing Laughter' is located. Its quite fascinating to see each and every expression of the statues. Its designed very creatively.
So check it out!
A hodgepodge of landscapes, the West End combines verdant gardens and blocky modern architecture, with Victorian bits and Edwardian bobs in between. It is a paradise for takeout food, take-away coffee, and perhaps incongruously, some of Vancouver's most languid lines of beachfront. English Bay and Sunset Beach invite swimmers, strollers, and picnic-lovers to take in dusk settling over the water, or to jog along
with the sunrise, offering breathtaking views at any time of day. The West End merges together so many looks and flavors probably because it functions a hub: its the leafy pit-stop between nightlife and entertainment venues along Davie Street, and the shopping paradise that is Robson Street, offering visitors beautiful parkland to rest on, and quick, easy food to re-fuel with in between ventures.