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While we did not see the Cauldron lit at night, it was fun to stand and look at it and imagine what it would have been like to be there for the Olympics. It is located next to Canada Place and on the Hop On...More
There are the cauldron and a small plague but there could be so much here. I am not sure why there is not more of the history of the Olympics.
You can see this so many different ways but to me walking up to the...More
You can’t not miss the cauldron, you can walk passed it, see it from the tour buses. The Vancouver government could have done so much more with this as the olympics here were so special. Disappointed really as it is what it is and nothing...More
You can't help but see it when touring the area as it's so big...but take a minute and actually look at it. Well engineered and well crafted. Take note of the professionals to put this together and be impressed.
The 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games were Vancouver’s coming-out party. One of the most memorable legacies of the Games is the striking cauldron at Jack Poole Plaza next to the Vancouver Convention Centre. It’s become a popular meeting place and social hangout, and offers...More
The cauldron is in Canada Place near the digital orca.
It is fantastic to see (especially as we went to Grouse and saw the Olympic torch display) but they could have made so much more of it.
We saw it through the day but we...More
Olympic torch built for the 2010 Winter Games, and still lit on special occasions. There is an information plaque about the lighting and a picture of Wayne Gretzky. Located at Canada Place near the digital whale.