Vancouver

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Stanley Park
9
Downtown & West End
11 reviews
The green jewel of Vancouver, Stanley Park is a 400-hectare (988-acre) rainforest jutting out into the ocean from the edge of the busy West End. — Frommer's
Museum of Anthropology
9
Kitsilano & University of British Columbia
10 reviews
Part of the University of British Columbia, the MOA has one of the world's leading collections of Northwest Coast First Nations art. — Fodor's
Vancouver Aquarium
9
Downtown & West End
9 reviews
One of North America's largest and best, the Vancouver Aquarium houses more than 70,000 animals. — Frommer's
Capilano Suspension Bridge Park
9
8 reviews
Across the bridge is the Treetops Adventure, where you can walk along 650 feet of cable bridges suspended among the trees. — Fodor's
Grouse Mountain
9
North Shore
7 reviews
North America's largest aerial tramway, the Skyride is a great way to take in the city, sea, and mountain vistas. — Fodor's
VanDusen Botanical Garden
8
Shaughnessy
6 reviews
The VanDusen Botanical Garden... is rated one of the best in the world. — Time Out
Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden
8
Gastown, East Side & Chinatown
9 reviews
This haven of peace and quiet is home to a profusion of pine trees, bamboos and flowering cherry and plum trees. — Michelin Guide
Canada Place
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
Science World
8
Gastown, East Side & Chinatown
6 reviews
One of the best destinations on a rainy day for kids of all ages and easily accessible by SkyTrain from Downtown. — Time Out
Queen Elizabeth Park
8
Shaughnessy
5 reviews
Built in on a former quarry 500 feet above sea level, this park is the highest vantage point in Vancouver — Condé Nast Traveler
Vancouver Maritime Museum
8
Kitsilano & University of British Columbia
4 reviews
St. Roch is a wood-hulled boat-and a small one, at just 32m/104ft, built in a Vancouver shipyard in 1928. The schooner is permanently dry-docked inside the museum. — Michelin Guide
Museum of Vancouver
8
Kitsilano & University of British Columbia
4 reviews
Located in the same building as the H. R. MacMillan Space Centre, the Museum of Vancouver is dedicated to the city's history. — Frommer's
HR MacMillan Space Centre
8
Kitsilano & University of British Columbia
5 reviews
In addition to the exhibits, the center features nighttime viewings at the Gordon MacMillan Southam Observatory. — Travel + Leisure
UBC Botanical Garden
8
Kitsilano & University of British Columbia
5 reviews
The prime attraction on campus, besides the must-see Museum of Anthropology. — Frommer's
Lighthouse Park
8
3 reviews
This 75-hectare (185-acre) rugged-terrain forest has 13km (8 miles) of groomed trails and—because it has never been clear-cut—some of the largest and oldest trees in the Vancouver area. — Frommer's
Bill Reid Gallery
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
Granville Island
8
Yaletown & Granville Island
7 reviews
A former industrial backwater, Granville Island has changed a lot since the 1970s — Afar Magazine
Vancouver Art Gallery
8
Downtown & West End
6 reviews
Painter Emily Carr's haunting evocations of the British Columbian hinterland are among the attractions. — Fodor's
Christ Church Cathedral
7
Downtown & West End
3 reviews
In a city that has bulldozed so many of its historic buildings, it’s a delight to stumble upon one that escaped the developer’s plans. — Frommer's
Kitsilano Beach
7
Downtown & West End
5 reviews
West of the southern end of the Burrard Bridge, Kits Beach is the city's busiest beach—Frisbee tossers, beach volleyball players, and sleek young people are ever present. — Fodor's
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