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  • 1. Canada Place

    Downtown | Transportation Site (Airport, Bus, Ferry, Train)

    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 liner...Read More

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  • 2. Chinese Cultural Centre Museum and Archives

    Chinatown | Museum/Gallery

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

  • 3. Hollow Tree

    Stanley Park | 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 of the...Read More

  • 4. Lumbermen's Arch

    Stanley Park | 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 an asphalt...Read More

  • 5. Nine O'Clock Gun

    Stanley Park | Clock

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

  • 6. Sam Kee Building

    Chinatown | Building/Architectural Site

    Guinness World Records recognizes this 6-foot-wide structure as the narrowest office building in the world. In 1913, after the city confiscated...Read More

  • 7. Siwash Rock

    Stanley Park | 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 a reward...Read More

  • 8. Steam Clock

    Gastown | Clock

    An underground steam system, which also heats many local buildings, supplies the world's first steam clock—possibly Vancouver's most photographed...Read More

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