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I come here with my kids regularly to ride the bicycle skills park (Dirt Jumps) behind the gravel parking lot. Sometimes we ride our bikes along the crushed gravel path along the water, which provides beautiful views.
From Nov-July, look for bald eagles in the...More
Very nice place to spend 1/2 a day. Parking was not plentiful but cars were leaving every 15mins or so. It a pay to park area. There’s a small sandy beach area where you can splash in the water. The area isn’t very large but...More
Great way to see Vancouver! The grounds were covered in snow, squirrels were running around, ponds were frozen, water was sparkling and it is a peaceful place to go! I would highly recommend doing it and go via the ferry to !! Than you get...More
This is another waterfront park. Nice view of the harbor it is home to several attractions plus the Bard theater for Shakespeare.
Popular with locals and tourists alike. Walk across the Burrard bridge or take a water taxi.
Vanier Park is the site of the H.R. Planetarium, The Museum of Vancouver (MOV) and nearby, the Maritime Museum. just steps from the Maritime Museum is a dock for False Creek Ferries.
False Creek Ferries can transport you to Granville Island, the Aquatic Centre, Stamps...More
A sweet little park just west of the Burrard Bridge, it is the home of the MacMillan Space Centre (planetarium), the Museum of Vancouver, the Vancouver Maritime Museum and City of Vancouver Archives. In the sunny weather, it is the home of the Children's Festival...More
Vanier Park is less than a mile from Granville Island and is walkable, but we took a taxi cause it was just too cold. The walk would be nice on a nice summer day. The museum was kind of interesting as it was more about...More
The park is perfect for a relaxing afternoon stroll or workout. There is a pathway right along the water that you can bike, walk or run along. It is dog friendly. The views of the city are GORGEOUS! Great for taking pics! Worth it just...More
Vanier Park is a nice place to go for a stroll, build sandcastles with the kids, let your dog run off leash, watch the sunset, look for crabs under the rocks, walk to Granville Island, read a book, relax, meditate, go canoeing or kayaking, play...More
One of the favoured neighbourhoods for a day out, Granville Island's packed theatres and art studios, hobby shops and book stores, restaurants and bars, all offer a plethora of activities and entertainment options, leaving no one bored. The highlight of the area is the Fisherman's Wharf, where the seagulls overhead and the smell of the sea invigorate its many visitors, some of who are there to shop the fresh
wares at the public market, and others of whom have arrived to take in the eclectic atmosphere. A popular seafood destination, and Vancouver's leading spot for improv and amateur theatre, Granville Island is an indulgent, welcoming entertainment centre in any season or time of day.
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Head away from the water and you will run directly into the trendy area of Kitsilano. The best restaurants are those located on West 4th & West 8th/Broadway. Tons of local funky restaurants to check up on tripadvisor before... More
Head away from the water and you will run directly into the trendy area of Kitsilano. The best restaurants are those located on West 4th & West 8th/Broadway. Tons of local funky restaurants to check up on tripadvisor before you walk in :)