19 results, sorted alphabetically

Sort
Items per page

Capilano Suspension Bridge

Critics' choice
Attractions

Scottish engineer George Mackay extended a rope and plank bridge 137m (450ft) over the Capilano River in 1889 with the help of two men and a team of horses....

3735 Capilano Road
Major venue

Catriona Jeffries Gallery

Critics' choice
Art

Catriona Jeffries is Vancouver's most important contemporary gallery and one of a handful in the city - some would say the only one - to boast an...

274 E 1st Avenue
Major venue

Centre in Vancouver for the Performing Arts

Theatre

So much trouble in so few years. Designed by Moshe Safdie, this 1,850-seat, $27-million venue opened as the Ford Theatre in 1995, as part of Garth...

777 Homer Street
Major venue

Chan Centre for the Performing Arts

Critics' choice
Music

The cylindrical, zinc-panelled exterior of the Chan Centre is striking, but it's the sonorous interior of the Chan Shun Concert Hall that has thrilled...

6265 Crescent Road
Major venue

Commodore Ballroom

Critics' choice
Music

Located in the heart of downtown, the Commodore is the music scene's crown jewel. Having recently celebrated its 75th birthday, the 900-capacity venue has a...

868 Granville Street
Tags: Rock
Major venue

Dr Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden

Attractions

Constructed in 1986 using traditional methods - no nails or power tools - this magnificent garden features rare rockery and architectural materials,...

578 Carrall Street
Major venue

General Motors Place

Music

If you really must see the likes of Coldplay or Gwen Stefani, this will be the place to do it. While popular opinion states that the 21,000-seat arena...

800 Griffiths Way
Tags: Pop, Rock
Major venue

Grouse Mountain

Critics' choice
Attractions, Sport, health & fitness

Grouse Mountain is easily accessible, a 25-minute drive over the Lions Gate Bridge from the city centre, or a short bus ride from Lonsdale Quay. There's a...

6400 Nancy Greene Way
Major venue

Museum of Anthropology

Critics' choice
Museums

Canada's largest teaching museum, and arguably Vancouver's only truly world-class cultural institution, the Museum of Anthropology began life in the 1920s...

6393 NW Marine Drive
Tags: History
Major venue

Orpheum

Critics' choice
Music

Once the largest theatre on North America's Pacific Coast, this is an incredible venue for a live rock show. While unassuming from the exterior, inside its...

600 Smithe Street
Major venue

Queen Elizabeth Theatre

Music

Built in 1959 by the City of Vancouver, the 2,900-person capacity Queen E is the home of Vancouver Opera and Ballet British Columbia. Its somewhat uneven...

600 Hamilton Street
Major venue

Science World

Critics' choice
Cinemas, Museums, Restaurants & cafés

Impossible to miss, the huge silver golf ball that is Science World is a significant part of the Vancouver skyline. It's also one of the best destinations...

1455 Quebec Street
Major venue

Stanley Park

Critics' choice
Attractions

Stanley Park has been called the soul of the city and the envy of the world. At 400 hectares (1,000 acres) it's slightly bigger than New York's Central...

FreeMajor venue

Vancouver Aquarium

Critics' choice
Attractions

Despite public qualms over the display of captive marine mammals no one seems to care much for the feelings of fish. The regular beluga show (three daily)...

Stanley Park
Major venue

Vancouver Art Gallery

Art, Museums

The VAG is still best known for its extensive collection of works by the 1920s modernist Emily Carr, Canada's most celebrated female artist, who willed more...

750 Hornby Street
Major venue
| 1 | 2 |