Attractions and Activities
Queen Elizabeth Park
The park is home to a variety of gardens, including a rose garden, a quarry garden, and a floral display garden. Visitors can stroll through the gardens and enjoy the beautiful blooms and fragrances. Queen Elizabeth Park is a beautiful and serene destination in the heart of Vancouver, offering a range of attractions and activities for visitors to enjoy.
Dinner on Cruise
There’s something undeniably freeing about watching a sunset from the deck of a dinner cruise in Vancouver harbour. With the city drifting away to your left, mountains climbing the sky to your right, floatplanes taking off and landing beside you and harbour seals bobbing up to the surface all around, being on a cruise lets you see the city from a whole new angle.
Ideally situated on a peninsula at the northwestern edge of downtown Vancouver, Stanley Park is one of the city’s main tourist destinations. Featuring lovely beaches, miles of well-maintained paved and dirt trails. This haven is recognized as one of the greatest urban parks in the world.
Stanley Park Horse-Drawn Tours
Hop on board one of our old-fashioned vehicles and meander through the natural beauty of Stanley Park as you relax and experience a Storytelling Adventure! Fully narrated, one hour tours depart every 20-30 minutes daily, rain or shine, from the horse-drawn tour kiosk at the Coal Harbour parking lot beside the information booth on Park Drive, just off the Georgia Street entrance to Stanley Park
Whether you’re a nature enthusiast, a family looking for a fun day out, or simply seeking a unique and inspiring experience, the Vancouver Aquarium is sure to delight and amaze. Vancouver Aquarium is an exciting, inspiring and fun place that you will want to return to over and over again.
The Science World is an engaging and entertaining destination for anyone interested in science and technology, and is a must-visit attraction in Vancouver. Science World offers a variety of interactive exhibits and displays focused on science, technology, and innovation. The museum’s permanent galleries include displays on physics, life sciences, environmental science, and sustainability, as well as a popular feature exhibit that changes periodically.
Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden
This Garden is a tranquil and beautiful garden located in the heart of Vancouver’s Chinatown. In addition to its landscaping, the garden also features many cultural and artistic elements. Visitors can enjoy tea ceremonies, calligraphy demonstrations, and traditional Chinese music performances in the garden’s various pavilions and buildings.