Arts & Entertainment
Edgewater Casino opened its doors to the city of Vancouver providing convenient and exciting gaming entertainment to it’s local residents and tourists.
Grand Casino is located in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada and is open daily 11am-6am. This casino features twenty-eight table games.
My artwork documents the beauty of the urban landscape. The city is at equal times serene and chaotic; beautiful in complexity, surprising in intensity. Inspired by observing, wandering, imagining and remembering, these paintings are records of my travels and thoughts
The Model Ships and Trains Museum is located on Granville Island in Vancouver, British Columbia. There are two areas to this museum, the model trains section and the model ships section.
The Museum of Anthropology is an award winning glass and concrete structure that holds one of the world's most extensive collections of Northwest Coast First Nations art.
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The Petley Jones Gallery specializes in 19th and 20th century Canadian, European and American paintings, collections, and original prints.
This Former Expo ’86 pavilion has become one of Vancouver’s top family destination, offering educational, entertaining and interactive exhibits.
Soho Billiards, Vancouver's all-time favourite pool hall, is now open at its new location!
Located in a heritage bank building in downtown Vancouver, The Pacific Museum of the Earth is a real treat for everyone. It has three galleries illustrating the nature of minerals in layman's terms.
The Canadian Institute of the Arts for Young Audiences located in Vancouver present this annual even which features activities for every family member.
This Vancouver festival touches all parts of the city and includes many free performances, including large-scale public events, eight major indoor concert series and a host of nightclub shows.
Home to some of the world’s coolest and creepiest bugs, this bug zoo is located in Victoria, a 90-minute ferry ride from Vancouver.