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Klahowya Village

  • Native American Site

Published 03/10/2015

Fodor's Review

Celebrating the cultures of the First Nations whose historical territory encompasses parts of Stanley Park, this aboriginal village is staffed by First Nations artisans and performers who demonstrate carving, weaving, and other crafts; perform traditional dances; and hold storytelling sessions to narrate aboriginal legends. You can take a ride on the "Spirit Catcher" train, the child-size Miniature Railway (see separate listing) steam train that chugs through the woods, and sample aboriginal foods in the Raven's Landing café. The village is a short walk from the Stanley Park bus loop, the terminus for Bus 19 from downtown; the park shuttle stops nearby as well.

Sight Information

Address:

Off Pipeline Rd., Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Phone:

604-921–1070

Sight Details:

  • village free, Spirit Catcher train C$5
  • Mid-June–early Sept., daily 10–6

Published 03/10/2015

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