Vancouver Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Vancouver - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Hollow Tree

  • Local Interest–Sight

Near Siwash Rock, this centuries-old 56-foot-wide burnt cedar stump has shrunk over the years but still gives an idea of how large some...

Klahowya Village

  • Native American Site

Celebrating the cultures of the First Nations whose historical territory encompasses parts of Stanley Park, this aboriginal village is...

Lumbermen's Arch

  • Building/Architectural Site

Made of one massive log, this archway, erected in 1952, is dedicated to the workers in Vancouver's first industry. Beside the arch is...

Miniature Railway

  • Tour–Sight

This child-size steam train takes kids and adults on a ride through the woods. In summer, the railway operates as the "Spirit Catcher,"...

Nine O'Clock Gun

  • Clock

This cannonlike apparatus by the water was installed in 1890 to alert fishermen to a curfew ending weekend fishing. Now it signals 9...

Prospect Point

  • Viewpoint/Scenic Overlook

At 211 feet, Prospect Point is the highest point in the park and provides striking views of the Lions Gate Bridge (watch for cruise ships...

Siwash Rock

  • Memorial/Monument/Tomb

According to a local First Nations legend, this 50-foot-high offshore promontory is a monument to a man who was turned into stone as...

Stanley Park Nature House

  • Museum/Gallery

Vancouver's only ecology center is a treasure trove of information and showcases Stanley Park's true natural beauty with a host of programs...

Stanley Park Seawall

  • Trail/Path

Vancouver's seawall path includes a 9-km (5½-mile) paved shoreline section within Stanley Park. It's one of several car-free zones in...

Totem poles

  • Native American Site

Totem poles are an important art form among native peoples along British Columbia's coast. These nine poles—eight carved in the latter...

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