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- The Park enjoys an elevated position in Vancouver and, as such, has fantastic views over the City and beyond to the North Shore Mountains. The Park itself is huge and would be difficult to see every aspect in one day, however this "oasis in the City" is a welcome break from the hubbub of city life. I would recommend a visit to the Teahouse while in the park.Written November 2, 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Joined the Granville Island Market Food Tour and had a wonderful time. We had a very nice tour guide who answered all of our questions. We wondered it there would be enough food for a meal but surprisingly, we were very full to the point that we could not have eaten one more bite. The food was delicious and we enjoyed the stories. Both my daughter and I would recommend this activity to others.
Parking in the morning was ample however by noon it was sparse.Written November 21, 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- To optimise your experience of the seawall, rent bicycles! This is a great way to see all the sights along the one way (anticlockwise) route. The seawall is wide and easy to navigate in the dedicated cycling lane, separate from the pedestrian lane. The route is flat, unless you venture inland and up to Prospect Point Lookout! There are numerous places to stop to admire the view or enjoy a picnic. There are also toilets along the way.Written November 12, 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- This was a fantastic farmers market with vegetable, fruit vendors, hand made craft vendors and eateries. Definitely worth visiting.Written October 8, 2023
- Lots of great photos
Lovely seasonal colors
Well maintained grounds
The paths were safe and free of leaves
The gardens were in transition due to season👍
Well worth it!
A group of talented & happy people dancing/performing/singing on the stage near the Henry Moore sculpture 👏🎉👏
Loved the Bloedel Conservatory👍💕🎉with colorful birds and flowering plants 👏💕👏👍Written October 28, 2023
- We really enjoyed walking Vancouver and exploring the neighborhoods. Some areas of hig end shopping, some of little pubs. The waterfront was really nice at the Seawall with Marinas and planes. The high end shops near the Haytt Regency and Burrard street, Alberni and Robson street St and and North with all the small shops. So many patios and small eateries. The opposite direction on Robson towards the mall. So much to see when walking.Written September 12, 2023
- One of the more interesting places in Vancouver. Many great eateries that are good value and a but different. The only issue is the city does little to manage on street drug taking and homelessness. Its not necessary to have street homeless with so many empty buildings!Written October 24, 2023
- This is a place to meet ... either you are doing a cruise or you use it as a meet location. The views are pleasant and one has the option of watching the cruise ships or the water planes coming and going. Can be crazy with people and traffic can also bisy and noisy. Canada place has places to eat but I did not experience any.Written November 9, 2023
- Nice walk from hotel on Davie. The best sunset I have seen in years. Lots of people watching, good vibe. Wonderful sculpture art. Highly recommend.Written September 19, 2023
- The exterior of the building and the roof are amazing. However, the interior is very mundane. The city where I live and another city near us have updated their central libraries in the last few years. They created unique/dramatic exteriors and the insides, while still very functional, are gorgeous. In other words, the inside and outside match each other. I can't say the same for the Vancouver Central Library.Written August 20, 2023
- We stopped here on an overcast dry day. Sand was warm, the sea was not freezing. Kids went in for 30 mins. Shame about the oil tankers all over the horizon..Written August 31, 2023
- Hop-on-hop off ferries around False Creek are a lovely way to look at all the amazing modern apartment buildings. Coupled with the stops to explore different parts of the city. Definite must when in Vancouver.Written August 20, 2023
- There's a collection of 9 totem poles in this area. Each has a plaque providing details about the pole. Well worth a stop to admire the carvings by indigenous artists and the histories of these poles. They are replicas and replacements of the original totems which are housed in museums for preservation or returned to their places of origin. There's also a Visitor Centre.Written November 19, 2023
- This was very fun to see. However, the crowds were ridiculous and the area had a few too many homeless for me. It said that it "blows" every 4-1/2 minutes, but it is inconsistent. We waited over 10 minutes to see it go off.Written September 18, 2023
- We loved Robson Street. Super high end shops where it meets Burrard like Tiffany's and as you travel South it started to change somewhat into smaller restaurants and chain stores to eventually getting a bit rougher. But, we found many goodies to buy, and a really good Italian restaurant by walking the street. I would go back again and walk further if I were back again to Vancouver.Written September 12, 2023