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Vancouver Aquarium
1. Vancouver Aquarium
The Vancouver Aquarium is a public aquarium located in Stanley Park in Vancouver, BC. In addition to being a major tourist attraction for Vancouver, the aquarium is a center for marine research, conservation, and marine animal rehabilitation.
Capilano Suspension Bridge Park
2. Capilano Suspension Bridge Park
The Capilano Suspension Bridge is a 140-meter-long suspension bridge crossing the Capilano River in the District of North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The bridge and surrounding park draw over 800,000 visitors every year, with various treetop adventure activities and ecology focused educational tours.
FlyOver Canada
3. FlyOver Canada
FlyOver Canada is an immersive ride that uses VR motion chairs and effects like water, wind, and smells to simulate the sense of flight. It is located in Canada Place in Vancouver, not far from the Vancouver Convention Centre.
Science World
4. Science World
Science World is a charitable non-profit and science centre based in Vancouver, BC that engages learners across the province in STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art & design and math). Visitors to this iconic geodesic dome can explore interactive, hands-on exhibits and galleries that nurture their process of discovery and inspire connection with their natural, physical and built environments. At Science World, the team actively inspires the next generation of problem solvers, world changers and nerds.
Vancouver Lookout
5. Vancouver Lookout
The Vancouver Lookout is an observation deck and rotating restaurant affixed to the top of Harbour Centre in downtown Vancouver, BC. The Lookout provides stunning panoramic views out over the city and the surrounding landscape of the Pacific Ocean, Stanley Park, and the majestic North Shore.

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The Museum of Vancouver is an award-winning civic history museum located in Vancouver, British Columbia. It's the largest museum of its kind in Canada, and the oldest museum in the city of Vancouver.
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The Sea to Sky Gondola is a cable car in British Columbia, Canada, which whisks passengers 885 meters up the mountainside in 10 minutes. From up there, visitors can enjoy the breathtaking views over the fjords of Howe Sound, Shannon Falls, and the Pacific Coast Mountains.
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Bloedel Conservatory is a tropical paradise just 15 minutes from downtown Vancouver. Visitors can walk amongst beautifully coloured birds, tropical forests and flowers, and even test the powers of botanical blooms in a healing garden.
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Opened in 1931, the Vancouver Art Gallery is the largest art gallery in British Columbia, and home to over 11,000 pieces by artists such as Emily Carr, Marc Chagall, and many others. Its collections represent over a century of artistic achievement and reflect on the social and cultural identity of the region.
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VanDusen Botanical Garden is a flower-packed oasis spanning 55 acres in the heart of Vancouver, Canada. Visitors can walk among 7,500 plant species and varieties of flora and fauna from all over the world.
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Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden is located in the Chinatown district of Vancouver, Canada. Upon completion in 1986, it was the first authentic, full-scale Chinese garden built outside of China.
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Just 15 minutes from downtown Vancouver stands the city's premier attraction: Grouse Mountain. The hiking trails are beautiful, and with most of the activities included in the standard admission, you can take your pick from eco-walks, ranger talks, lumberjack shows, and a lot more.
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Britannia Mine Museum

The Britannia Mine Museum is a nonprofit organization in Britannia Beach, on the Sea-to-Sky Highway on Howe Sound, north of Vancouver. Governed by the Britannia Beach Historical Society, the museum preserves and presents to the public information and artifacts related to the British Columbia's rich mining industry heritage.
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Victoria Butterfly Gardens is an indoor tropical garden that houses tropical species of butterflies, birds, amphibians and reptiles. It's located close to the Butchart Gardens in Brentwood Bay, Victoria, Canada.
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Opened in November 2021, the Chinatown Storytelling Centre is the first permanent space of its kind in Canada to celebrate the powerful resilience of the Chinese Canadian journey through an immersive self-guided storytelling experience for the whole family. Explore Chinatown's vibrant history through curated story collections, personal artifacts, and interactive exhibits like an augmented reality app, a recreation of the iconic Yucho Chow photo studio, and the pagoda-style phone booth to hear "Voices from Chinatown." Located in the heart of Vancouver's historic Chinatown, learn and experience firsthand how our community helped shape our city’s past, present, and future.
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Take part in a unique learning experience inside the Vancouver Police Museum. Located in the heart of Old Vancouver, between the Chinatown and Gastown districts, the museum sheds light on all facets of policing using some 20,000 artifacts – from photographs and archival documents to old evidence. You can even play dress-up after you've visited the old autopsy facility!
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The Vancouver Maritime Museum is a fun, family-friendly place to explore and learn about the sea and the ships that sail it. Climb aboard the historic St. Roch, the first ship to make the west-east traverse of the Northwest Passage. Wander the decks and immerse yourself in the experience of the crew who worked aboard the boat in the 1940s. Kids can imagine, create and play in Underwater World, and the whole family can explore galleries and exhibits that chronicle the rich maritime history of the Pacific Northwest and the Arctic. Enjoy rotating art exhibits that explore our relationship with the sea, and take in exhibits on shipwrecks, lighthouses, early fur trade, fireboats, deep-ocean exploration, ship models, the Arctic and more. It is located on the Vancouver waterfront, one of the most scenic places in the city.
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Big city, small-town charm

Vancouver is a fairytale city, complete with stunning mountainscapes directly to the north – making it easy to find your way home from anywhere you may wander. A hub of fine food, craft beers, shopping and nightlife, Vancouver is a cosmopolitan city that provides access to stunning hikes, the snowy slopes of Whistler and brilliant boating. It's home to one of the largest Chinatowns in North America, abundant with laid-back ‘hangout’ parks where locals walk their dogs and convene.

Getting around

Though sprawling, Vancouver is an exceptionally easy city to navigate by foot, bicycle or bus. It is also a seriously bike-friendly city – and with each neighbourhood boasting its own unique energy and character, two wheels is one of the best ways to get around. The SkyTrain and SeaBus services can link you to the wider Vancouver area, including ferries to Vancouver Island, the picturesque Gulf Islands and other locations, and the Canada –United States border.


The trade-off for the lush green vegetation British Columbia is so famous for is rain. Though the city experiences milder winters than the rest of the country and summers are especially delightful, it’s important to remember that in Vancouver it rains. A lot. Be sure to check your calendar against average weather conditions when planning your trip. Though Vancouver doesn’t receive a lot of snow, it is abundant with transit links to Whistler, where the quality of skiing and snowboard is second to none.

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Adventure on the waves

For those who enjoy a stroll along the SeaWall yet find themselves wanting more, there’s no shortage of opportunities to get away from dry land and onto a boat. Take a tour of the Vancouver Harbour, board a ferry to the provincial capital of Victoria on Vancouver Island or enjoy a luxurious sunset cruise: the choice is yours!

Zip from sea to sky

There’s a reason the natural vistas of British Columbia are so celebrated and, from the Sea to Sky Gondola, you can experience the magic firsthand. Rising above Howe Sound, Shannon Falls and the Pacific Coast Ranges, your eyes will be assailed by some of the most stunning assortments of green and blue you’ve ever seen.

Take a trip into the heartland of British Columbia

Whether you’re passionate about pristine beaches and stunning woodlands or fancy a chance to strap on the skis, Vancouver is the perfect launching pad. Enjoy a day hike from the city limits, take a ferry to the delightful city of Victoria through stunning oceanic rock formations or hop on a bus to hit the slopes of Whistler – home to some of the finest skiing in North America (and an incalculable number of Australians, for some reason).

Dive beneath the surface at the Britannia Mine Museum

Howe Sound is more than just a breathtaking glacial landscape, it was once the source of some of Canada’s greatest copper mining. Now a Natural Historic Site, the Britannia Mine Museum provides visitors with the opportunity to delve into the subterranean mine-shafts, pan for gold (and keep anything they find!) and gain a richer understanding of the industry that has made so many people… well… rich.

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