This historical park created by the Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation, conserves the nine heritage houses that date back from the late 1890s.
With views of downtown Vancouver, Stanley Park and the Lions Gate Bridget, this parkland is an idea place for a stroll or a run on the beachside.
The B.C. Sports Hall of Fame and Museum is located in the massive B.C Place right near the Stadium SkyTrain Station. This Hall of Fame and Museum offers its visitors a large display gallery, tons of amazing feature exhibits and a hands-on participation space where you can go ballistic.
Located in Burnaby, this four-hectare (10-acre) outdoor village museum was erected as a memorial to British Columbia’s centennial in 1958.
The Canadian Museum of Flight is a non-profit museum that showcases a exceptional collection of aircrafts and is dedicated to the preservation and education of Canada's aviation heritage.
Located ten minutes from downtown, the Capilano Suspension bridge is the suspension bridge.
Come down and visit this impressive 110-year old Vancouver Church that serves as great refuge at lunchtime for the busy offer workers of close by buildings
This Vancouver farmyard is used mainly for conservation and education purposes and allows people of all ages to see, touch, and admire exotic and domestic animals including birds, reptiles, rabbits, goats, cows, ponies, donkeys, sheep, pigs, guinea pigs and chickens.
Spreading out across 640 Feet of canyon and surrounded by lush forest, the Cleveland Dam is located in North Vancouver.
As one of the best-kep secrets, it's pleasant atmosphere offers a quiet oasis 10-minutes away from downtown.
Located downtown Vancouver, this visitor’s center offers free admission for all
You can take part in an in-depth guided tour, visit the blacksmith’s and watch first-hand old-fashioned workmanship and enjoy the characters who display traditional attire.
Built in 1968, this Vancouver Space Center is considered one of the best planetariums in North America and offers overnight adventure and space camps that are very popular.
Nestled in Lynn Canyon Park of North Vancouver, this is a great place to round out an afternoon in the park and it’s accessible by public transit.
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.
No single location in Vancouver captures the spirit and history of this city, its people and its many achievements as the Pacific National Exhibition.
The Playdium @ Metropolis located in Burnaby, is 40,000 square feet of state of the art physical and interactive gaming systems. Throughout the Playdium there are different zones with different themes, the themes are, Sport, Speed, Contact, Extreme, and Target.
Wear comfortable shoes, a hat and some shades while visiting Vancouver’s nearby natural sights.
Follow the historic rail lines of B.C. on this personalized trip from Vancouver to Jasper, Alberta.
This Former Expo ’86 pavilion has become one of Vancouver’s top family destination, offering educational, entertaining and interactive exhibits.
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.
Located in Stanley Park, this Vancouver aquarium is the home to more then 8,00 aquatic animals.
With its harbourfront location and breathtaking views, the Vancouver Convention & Exhibition Centre offers our delegates one of the most beautiful settings in the world. Famous for its Five Sails - a landmark in the city of Vancouver.
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.
Paired up with the Macmillan Planetarium at the Pacific Space Centre in Vanier Park, the Vancouver Museum has been in operation since 1894. Renowned for its collection of natural history, ethnology, archaeology, and Asian artifacts.
Located in Vancouver’s Gastown, housed in Vancouver's former Coroner's Court, this Museum displays the city’s most infamous crimes and details the rich history of crime and law enforcement.
Designed by renowned architect Moshe Safdie and constructed in 1995, this classical Roman-Coliseum inspired building offers seven storeys of books to browse and attracts books lovers and tourists alike.
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.