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This government-owned fish farm is designed to help stem the depletion of salmon stocks. The education centre allows you to learn about the life cycle of...
4500 Capilano Park Road
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
A popular double attraction inside Stanley Park where children can pet goats, sheep and pigs - as well as the odd reptile and llama - before taking a...
Attractions, Bars & pubs
At the Dockside Restaurant & Brewing Company on Granville Island, the eight in-house beers include a dark amber lager, a wheat Bavarian beer, the light...
1253 Johnston Street
Granville Island Brewing has been the standard bearer of quality and innovation since the release, in 1984, of the mythical - and still wildly popular -...
1441 Cartwright Street
Housed in the same building as the Vancouver Museum, the Space Centre is a small but well thought-out attraction that appeals most to school-age children....
1100 Chestnut Street
Another suspension bridge - this time free - in a park with plentiful trails and picnicking areas.
off Lynn Vally Road and Peters Road
On the site of the former Canadian Pacific Railway's switching yard, this community centre is home to the original Engine 374 that pulled the first...
181 Roundhouse Mews
Sailor Hägar's Brew Pub in North Vancouver concentrates on making some of the Lower Mainland's best beer, with quiet Scandanavian pride and purity of...
86 Semisch Avenue
A private accounting business operates here but visitors can view it through large exterior windows. Chang Toy, who dominated Chinatown's early trade,...
8 W Pender Street
If only for the view of the snow-capped mountains across Burrard Inlet, the Steamworks Brewing Company watering hole is destination enough. But inventive,...
375 Water Street
The Yaletown Brewing Company's pub makes its home in a vast, dilapidated warehouse. Its range of beers is ambitious, including a Yippee IPA, a Downtown...
1111 Mainland Street