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Good place to spend a weekend

Village has many places to explore and all within walking distance.Also many restaurants offering a... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Vancouver, Canada
Beautiful area to wander around, restored old buildings and lovely restaurants

Beautiful area to wander, restored old buildings and many lovely restaurants with scenic views... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
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A 19th-century frontier seaport is reborn more than 100 years later into a picturesque working fishing village.
Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
Richmond, British Columbia, Canada
+1 604-275-9452
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Reviewed yesterday

Village has many places to explore and all within walking distance.Also many restaurants offering a wide choice of cuisines & snacks. Focal point however is the pier with fishing boats berthed and the fishermen/women selling a great variety of fishes and prawns , some still...More

Thank louis899
Reviewed 4 days ago

Beautiful area to wander, restored old buildings and many lovely restaurants with scenic views especially at sunset

Thank Eileen P
Reviewed 6 days ago

This was our first time to see a fish market right off the piers. Quite interesting. I seen fish that I had heard of but never seen before. The prices were reasonable and the merchants were all very friendly.

Thank RLchev
Reviewed 1 week ago

The "village" of Steveston has a lot to offer the tourist, and this area is the focal point. Both historic and funky, a person can look at the fishing boats -not much different than they were a century ago- and also enjoy fine restaurants and...More

Thank Chris D
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We always love going to Steveston village. It can get very busy on the weekends, but a nice time to go is Sunday afternoon/evening. You can watch all the fishing boats come in to dock and even get done fresh catch right off the boat...More

Thank KitsMich
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I decided to head to Stevenson as I heard it was quiet and a very pretty place. It is also be a film location set and I can certainly see why! The place is very pretty and surrounded by little antiques and boutiques and has...More

Thank cfern1
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It is a quaint little village with lots of souvenir shops, great seafood restaurants, and dessert and coffee shops. There's a fish market right on the wharf with vendors selling fresh catch.

Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It was not clear to me whether this is a working harbour or a tourist attraction. If you are visiting the Gulf of Georgia Cannery then the fishing village is near by. However I don't think it is worth a special trip from Vancouver. Basically...More

Thank Bluebellplasnewydd
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Once upon a time it was a sleepy little fishing village but it is now transformed into a touristy place with great restaurants and amenities for visitors. Recommend going there to see fishing boats and seafood being sold right on the docks. Spend time savouring...More

Thank theology123
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Steveston Heritage Fishing Village is very popular place since my hubby and I could hardly find a parking spot one lovely summer day. Arrived about 6pm which is prime time for strolling the village and selecting a place to eat near the water. As pre-cruise...More

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Manpreet S
August 18, 2018|
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Response from Lhesterpo | Reviewed this property |
Take 410 bus from Richmond Centre
Janice B
June 7, 2018|
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Response from William C | Reviewed this property |
Hi There Yes they do, there's quite a few stores on the wharf so shop around first. If you're there on a Saturday or Sunday try a trip to London Heritage Farm for their Afternoon Tea ... it's a wonderful experience
May 5, 2018|
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Response from Johncdhk | Reviewed this property |
Stevenson pier is in Richmond Vancouver so not possible you make a trip quickly at least a day trip and troublesome to get there. You have to take ferry to Tsawwassen, then drive to Richmond. I do not think it is worth while... More