Vancouver Art Gallery – This Gallery houses some of the most important pieces of art in North America.  The art scene of Vancouver is considered to be the most prolific in all of Canada. | 750 Hornby St, Vancouver

Museum of Anthropology at UBC – This museum displays a diverse array of world arts and cultures. | 6393 NW Marine Dr, Vancouver

Vancouver Seawall - 13.5 mi pedestrian seawall gives you the optimal view of every part of the city walking along with that there are also several Aquabus stations that will ferry you around to different parts of the city from the sea wall just in case you see somewhere you would like to explore. Aquabus Contact - 604.689.5858 Hours - 6:30 am - 10:30 pm 

Orpheum - A historical theatre from 1927 that offers classical music and is a National Historic Site of Canada. | 601 Smithe Street at Seymour Street, Vancouver 

Wild Whales Vancouver - The oldest whale watching company in Vancouver located downtown.  The Pacific Northwest - Vancouver, Canada - in particular is home to a diverse group of marine life due to an abundance of salmon that migrate in the months of April – October. Whale Watching is a must for visitors at this time of year! | 1806 Mast Tower Road, Vancouver

Capilano Suspension Bridge - This Bridge was built in 1889 in the treetops. Panoramic views of the forest and the Capilano River Gorge.  Admission is $30.00 a person and is only minutes from downtown. Must see if you visit Vancouver. 3735 Capilano Rd, North Vancouver

Quarry Rock - A 1.5 hour long walk on the Baden – Powell Scenic Trail – At midpoint of the trail you get to see Indian Arm and Deep cover which offer breathtaking views and pictures. 3735 Capilano Rd, North Vancouver

Dr. Sun yat Sen Classical Chinese Garden – Check out the Chinese flavor of downtown Vancouver with this classical Garden – Filled with authentic buildings and mosaic ground in the midst of the city. This garden was the first Chinese or “scholars” garden built outside of China (Wikipedia). 578 Carrall St, Vancouver


Red Star Chinese Seafood Restaurant – A more upscale option for those who want to enjoy the ethnic delights of Vancouver and its fresh seafood. | 8298 Granville St

Dinesty Dumpling House – Vancouver has one of the largest Asian populaces, enjoy a taste of the culture. | 1719 Robson S

L'Abattoir - Located in industrial Gastown. Known for its elegant atmosphere, high-end menu and original cocktails. | 217 Carrall St

Tavola - An alternative to the prominent seafood and Asian food in Vancouver, this Italian eatery is located on Robson Street, a bustling avenue for shopping and dining in Vancouver. Featuring fresh made pasta and a heated patio. | 1829 Robson St

Pourhouse Restaurant - Located in the historic Gastown Offers an old fashioned setting and an array of crafted cocktails and 4 star dishes. | 162 Water St

Go Fish - A local seafood eatery that offers inexpensive, fresh fish on the wharf. 1505 W 1st Ave. | 604.730.5040

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