Vancouver Tourist Attractions

Stanley Park is stretched in 1, 001 acres and situated at the border of downtown Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. It is recognized as the greatest park, and in fact has been awarded the sixteenth position as being one of the best around the world, and the sixth in North America read more arrow
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Science World, in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, is an appealing and remarkable science exhibit housed in the Expo Centre geodesic dome from the 1986 World's Fair. After World's Fair closed, with government backing, a massive fund raising campaign began, and in 1988 the new Expo Centre's latest expansion opened to over 300,000 visitors read more arrow
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Granville Island peninsula / shopping district, in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, was named one of the world's greatest places by the Project for Public Spaces in 2004. Originally the area was connected to the mainland in 1919 read more arrow
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Twenty-eight floors high, the Harbour Center's Lookout offers a singular vision of downtown Vancouver, British Columbia. There are two ways to experience Vancouver from that vantage read more arrow
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Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden is a full-sized Chinese garden situated "outside of China" in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada read more arrow
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Lynn Canyon Park is the municipal rainforest park situated in the District of North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The park officially opened in the year 1912, wherein the original park's size was 12 acres (49,000 m2), but now the entire park covers about 617 acres (2 read more arrow
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