3735 Capilano Rd., North VancouverVancouver’s oldest attraction has thrilled visitors since 1889. Cross the swaying planks of the bridge suspended above the Capilano River
Attractions & Tours
6400 Nancy Greene Way, North VancouverPanoramic views unfold as the Skyride aerial tram whisks visitors 1,130 m (3,700 ft) above the city to the mountaintop
Stanley Park, VancouverSee the park the old-fashioned way. Fully narrated one-hour tours depart every 20-30 minutes, rain or shine (Mar 15-Oct 31).
845 Avison Way, VancouverHome to more than 50,000 strange and wonderful creatures from the Arctic, Amazon, Tropics and Canada’s wild West Coast. Watch
115-13180 Mitchell Rd., RichmondPlay beach volleyball, soccer, archery tag, dodgeball and more at this spacious indoor beach facility. Ideal for burning energy on
VancouverOffers accessible tours for both able-bodied and disabled thrill-seekers. Choose from set packages, such as the FreeFall Tour (bungee jumping
1505 W. 2nd Ave., VancouverJoin the Pacific Institute of Culinary Arts (PICA) for a chef-led walking tour. Plug in a headset and get ready
VancouverSavour a culinary and cultural walking tour of Vancouver’s Chinatown. Stroll in a classical Chinese garden, meander through fascinating specialty
VancouverFully narrated sightseeing excursions. Short tours include Vancouver, Capilano Suspension Bridge and Grouse Mountain. Day trips available to Whistler, Victoria,
412 W. Hastings St., VancouverAchieve better agility, strength and endurance with a fun and exciting European sword-fighting class (year-round). Take a tour of the
VancouverEmbark on set or custom city tours in luxury sedans with multilingual chauffeurs. Also offers transportation from the airport, Vancouver,
VancouverRainbow-coloured passenger ferries offer sightseeing cruises around False Creek, including Granville Island and downtown. Try the popular 25-minute mini-cruise, which
103-1508 Mariners Walk, VancouverReady to do some serious salmon fishing or sightseeing? Captain Rod Hebert and his knowledgeable guides make it easy to
745 Denman St., VancouverExplore Vancouver and Stanley Park on quality 21-speed mountain bikes: ladies’ bikes, kids’ bikes, tandems. Rollerblades and bike carriers, too.
2545 Blanca St., VancouverA collection of golf memorabilia and artifacts adjacent to University Golf Course (year-round). Tu-Su. By donation.
Robson St. at Beatty St., VancouverVancouver’s 60,000-seat stadium hosts major sporting events such as the Canadian Football League’s BC Lions games and Major League Soccer’s
Gate A, BC Place Stadium, 777 Pacific Blvd., VancouverHouses 1,860 sq m (20,000 sq ft) of interactive exhibits showcasing BC’s sport history from the 1900s to present day.
13750 88 Ave., SurreyThe old-fashioned locomotive Eddy the Engine rides you through the woods of Bear Creek Park. Seasonal displays decorate the train’s
University of British Columbia, 2212 Main Mall, VancouverHouses the University of British Columbia’s biological collections, including specimens of insects, mammals, birds and invertebrates, as well as fossils
22555 Telegraph Trail, LangleyAn 18-hole championship course in the Fraser Valley that has hosted the Canadian Tour’s Spring Qualifying School (year-round).