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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Ambleside Park and Beach

  • Beach–Sight

West of the Lions Gate Bridge, this long stretch of sand is West Vancouver's most popular beach. There are tennis courts, volleyball...

BC Sports Hall of Fame and Museum

  • Museum/Gallery

Inside the BC Place Stadium complex, this museum celebrates the province's sports achievers in a series of historical displays. One gallery...

Beaty Biodiversity Museum

  • Museum/Gallery

If you can imagine a vast underground library but instead of books, the stacks are filled with bones, fossils, and preserved lizards,...

Bill Reid Gallery

  • Museum/Gallery

Named after one of British Columbia's preeminent artists, Bill Reid (1920–98), this small aboriginal gallery is as much a legacy of...

Byrnes Block

  • Building/Architectural Site

After the 1886 Great Fire, which wiped out most of the fledgling settlement of Vancouver, George Byrnes built what is now Vancouver's...

Canada Place

  • Convention Center

Extending four city blocks (about a mile and a half) north into Burrard Inlet, this complex mimics the style and size of a luxury ocean...

Capilano River Regional Park

  • Nature Preserve/Wildlife Refuge

This small but spectacular park is where you'll find old-growth Douglas fir trees approaching 61 meters (200 feet). There are 26 km (16...

Capilano Suspension Bridge

  • Bridge/Tunnel

At Vancouver's oldest tourist attraction (the original bridge was built in 1889), you can get a taste of rain-forest scenery and test...

Cathedral Place

  • Building/Architectural Site

One of Vancouver's most handsome postmodern buildings, the 23-story Shaw Tower at Cathedral Place has a faux-copper roof that mimics...

Chinese Cultural Centre Museum and Archives

  • Local Interest–Sight

The Chinese have a rich, grueling, and enduring history in British Columbia, and it's well represented in this Ming Dynasty–style facility.

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