Vancouver

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9
Downtown & West End
11 reviews
Stanley Park has been called the soul of the city and the envy of the world. — Time Out
9
Kitsilano & University of British Columbia
10 reviews
The museum's strength is, not surprisingly, works from the First Nations of Canada's West Coast. Enormous totem poles can be found both in the museum and throughout the grounds. — Afar Magazine
9
Downtown & West End
9 reviews
Vancouver is surrounded by water, but the best way to peek at local marine life is at this legendary aquarium — Condé Nast Traveler
9
8 reviews
This heart-stopping experience... boasts a whole lot of extra features that keep the visitors coming back. — Frommer's
8
North Shore
6 reviews
North America's largest aerial tramway, the Skyride is a great way to take in the city, sea, and mountain vistas. — Fodor's
8
Gastown, East Side & Chinatown
9 reviews
8
Shaughnessy
4 reviews
An Elizabethan maze, a formal rose garden, a meditation garden, and a collection of Canadian heritage plants are among the many themed displays at this 55-acre site. — Fodor's
8
Downtown & West End
5 reviews
The sails shelter a wide variety of infrastructures (hotel, offices, carparks, convention centre and Vancouver harbor visitor's center). — Michelin Guide
8
Gastown, East Side & Chinatown
6 reviews
A must visit if you have kids... it certainly is educational, it’s also way more fun than that. — Frommer's
8
Shaughnessy
5 reviews
A manicured space of shrubs, cascading streams and flowers in bloom, Queen Elizabeth Park is the garden of choice for meditative walks and games of lawn bowling and pitch and putt — Afar Magazine
8
Kitsilano & University of British Columbia
4 reviews
About a third of this museum has been turned over to kids, with touchable displays offering a chance to drive a tug, maneuver an underwater robot, or dress up as a seafarer. — Fodor's
8
Kitsilano & University of British Columbia
4 reviews
8
Kitsilano & University of British Columbia
5 reviews
The interactive exhibits and high-tech learning systems at this museum include a Virtual Voyages ride, where visitors can take a simulated space journey. — Fodor's
8
Kitsilano & University of British Columbia
5 reviews
Vancouver's vast botanical gardens showcase a collection of approximately 8,000 species of flora, and also serves as a working center for plant research. — Travel + Leisure
8
Yaletown & Granville Island
7 reviews
Mini-ferries called "aquabuses" take you from one of several downtown stops... to this happening enclave underneath the Granville Bridge. — Concierge
8
Downtown & West End
6 reviews
Painter Emily Carr's haunting evocations of the British Columbian hinterland are among the attractions. — Fodor's
8
Downtown & West End
4 reviews
This small aboriginal gallery is as much a legacy of his works as it is a showcase of current First Nations artists. — Fodor's
7
Downtown & West End
3 reviews
Its steep, gabled roof, arched windows and huge stained-glass windows are architectural treasures. — Michelin Guide
7
Downtown & West End
5 reviews
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