About Vancouver

Vancouver, a bustling west coast seaport in British Columbia, is among Canada’s densest, most ethnically diverse cities. A popular filming location, it’s surrounded by mountains, and also has thriving art, theatre, and music scenes. Vancouver Art Gallery is known for its works by regional artists, while the Museum of Anthropology houses preeminent First Nations collections. Vancouver's main greenspace is Stanley Park, 1,000 acres of forest, trails, playgrounds, pools, beaches, and the Vancouver Aquarium, all ringed by a pedestrian seawall. Its neighborhoods range from vibrant ethnic centers such as Chinatown and Punjabi Market to historic Gastown, with its famous steam clock, and Granville Island, known for its shops, bars, theatres, and big public market. Across Burrard Inlet in the North Shore is the 70m-high Capilano Suspension Bridge, dating to 1889, and the ski-and-snowboard destination Grouse Mountain, whose Skyride gondola offers panoramic views of the entire region.
Stanley Park

Stanley Park is a 405-hectare public park that borders the downtown of Vancouver and is mostly surrounded by waters of Burrard Inlet and English Bay. The park land was originally used by Indigenous peoples for thousands of years before British Columbia was colonized by the British during the 1858 Fraser Canyon Gold Rush and was one of the first areas to be explored in the city. Stanley Park is not the creation of a landscape architect, but rather the evolution of a forest and urban space over many years.
Science World

Science World is a science centre located at the end of False Creek and features many permanent interactive exhibits and displays, as well as areas with varying topics throughout the years. Immerse yourself in interactive displays, inspirational feature exhibitions, jaw-dropping live science demonstrations at Peter Brown Family Centre Stage and larger-than-life films in the OMNIMAX® Theatre.
Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden

Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden is the first Chinese or scholars garden built outside China located in Chinatown in Vancouver. The garden is named in honour of Dr. Sun Yat-Sen, a nationalist leader who is considered the father of modern China. The mandate of the garden is to maintain and enhance the bridge of understanding between Chinese and western cultures, promote Chinese culture generally and be an integral part of the local community.
English Bay

English Bay is located in Vancouver to the west of the downtown peninsula and False Creek. It consists of the south side of the Burrard Inlet, extending from Point Grey in the southwest to Prospect Point in the northeast. English Bay Beach is host to a number of public events. The Celebration of Light is a fireworks competition that is held for two weeks every summer usually the last week in July and the first week in August.

Chinatown in Vancouver is Canada's largest Chinatown. Chinatown remains a popular tourist attraction and is one of the largest historic Chinatowns in North America. Chinatown is known for its buzzing food scene, which includes traditional Asian bakeries, dim sum restaurants, and hip cocktail bars. While there are many traditional finds in Chinatown, you’ll also see a burst of modern retail thanks to some young entrepreneurs who have set up shop in the neighborhood, especially along Pender between Columbia and Main streets.
Burrard Inlet

Burrard Inlet is a relatively shallow-sided coastal fjord in southwestern British Columbia. Formed during the last Ice Age, it separates the City of Vancouver and the rest of the low-lying Burrard Peninsula from the slopes of the North Shore Mountains. The Lions Gate Bridge crosses the Burrard inlet at Stanley Park. A second crossing connects East Vancouver to North Vancouver. Visitors to Vancouver will enjoy stunning sunsets over Burrard Inlet.
Lost Lagoon

Lost Lagoon is an artificial, captive 16.6-hectare body of water, west of Georgia Street, near the entrance to Stanley Park in Vancouver. The lake features a lit fountain that was erected by Robert Harold Williams to commemorate the city's golden jubilee. It is a nesting ground for many species of birds, including the non-native mute swan, Canada geese, numerous species of ducks, such as mallard ducks, and great blue herons.
Capilano Suspension Bridge

Capilano Suspension Bridge is a simple suspension bridge crossing the Capilano River in the District of North Vancouver. The current bridge is 140 meters long and 70 meters above the river. The bridge has been featured as a setting in episodes of numerous television series such as MacGyver, Sliders, The Crow: Stairway to Heaven, and Psych.
Grouse Mountain

Grouse Mountain is a 1200-meter mountain offering activities such as skiing, hiking, and sweeping views of Vancouver. With a maximum elevation of over 4,100 feet at its peak, the mountain is the site of an alpine ski area. In the summer, Grouse Mountain Resort features lumberjack shows, the "Birds in Motion" birds of prey demonstration, a scenic chairlift ride, disc golf, mountain biking, zip-lining, tandem paragliding, helicopter tours, and guided eco walks.
Canada Place

Canada Place is a building situated on the Burrard Inlet waterfront of Vancouver and the building's exterior is covered by fabric roofs resembling sails and is also the main cruise ship passenger terminal for the region, where cruises to Alaska originate. Canada Place hosts Canada Day along with National Aboriginal Day, the Canada Place Summer Series, and Christmas at Canada Place.
Best Time To Visit Vancouver

The best time to visit Vancouver is from March to May and from September to November when the weather is mild.

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