Many cities have wonderful stories of old warehouses reborn to become a top attraction.
Located on the peninsula in the West End of Vancouver, Stanley Park is one of the top tourist attractions offering a natural escape just steps from downtown Vancouver.
Not to be confused with a classic ocean-going vessel, Canada Place is a permanent structure located at the Vancouver Convention Centre on Vancouver Harbour.
This bustling inlet has many of the top attractions in the area that draw visitors from all over the world.
Don’t forget to visit Olympic Village, a newly developed area located on the southeast shore of False Creek.
One of our favourite places to hang out is the trendy neighborhood of Yaletown.
When traveling around Vancouver, there’s a chance you may have noticed the huge metal dome structure on False Creek.
We all know Canada to be a hockey-mad country, so why not lean into the excitement and venture off to a local game?
After passing through the impressive Millenium Gate, you’ve officially arrived in Vancouver’s bustling Chinatown.
Crossing over the Lions Gate Bridge, we take you to North Vancouver to enjoy Grouse Mountain.
While visiting Grouse Mountain in North Vancouver, it’s good to combine a visit to the Capilano Suspension Bridge.
The center of the park known as Little Mountain is the highest point in the city.
If you are looking for things to do in Vancouver at night, check out some music at Vancouver’s most historic live music venue.
Vancouver is a fun city to explore but it is even better on a boat tour. Beyond the city limits lies an incredible place to see migrating whales.
In downtown Vancouver, the city’s prominent art gallery is one of the top art institutions in Canada.