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Things to do in Vancouver

  • Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Chinese Garden

    This classically designed 'scholars' garden in Vancouver's Chinatown was the first of its kind built outside of Asia. Named in honor of Dr. Sun Yat... More
  • Ecomarine Ocean Kayak Centre

    A single- or two-person sea kayak paddle around False Creek is a terrific way to spot some of Vancouver’s landmarks—including the still-under-const... More
  • Edible BC

    Edible BC, situated in its own room within the market, features tables and shelves stocked with delicious locally produced gourmet foodstuffs—inclu... More
  • Eugene Choo

    Girly dresses, fitted tees, tailored suits, and even, on occasion, handmade shoes, from Canadian designers pepper the racks in this Mount Pleasant ... More
  • First Flight Paragliding

    Instead of hiking up north Vancouver’s infamous Grouse Grind, First Flight Paragliding offers a more adventerous alternative: soaring 4,100 feet ab... More
  • George Ultra Lounge

    A well-dressed, 40-is-the-new-30 crowd gathers nightly at this slick lounge, set along Yaletown’s trendiest shopping strip. The doorman stationed o... More
  • Gifts of the Raven

    This Vancouver International Airport (YVR) shop is located pre-security on level three in the international departures wing. The open-air retail sp... More
  • Granville Island Ferry

    Operating in False Creek since 1982, this ferry service is the original one providing transport aboard its fleet of 10 vessels, which includes four... More
  • Granville Island Shops

    Many of Granville Island’s most interesting shops are actually located outside the boundaries of the Public Market. Among our favorites are Artisan... More
  • Gravity Pope Tailored Goods

    Housed in the historical Crawford Block building in Edmonton, Gravity Pope has supported local fashion designers and collections since 1992. The 18... More
  • Great Canadian Book Company

    A pleasant alternative to the ubiquitous newsstands of airportland, this shop has a sizable stack of fiction by Canadian authors (including Carol S... More
  • Great Wave Wall

    Canadian artist Lutz Haufschild created this 131-foot-long stained glass panel inspired by the iconic Hokusai painting The Great Wave off Kanagawa.... More
  • Grouse Mountain Skyride

    Vancouver’s closest mountain for skiing and hiking sits eight miles north of Downtown, and it’s open year-round. A modern tram brings visitors to t... More
  • H.R. MacMillan Space Centre

    Situated in waterfront Vanier Park, this educational center houses interactive space-related exhibits that include a virtual voyage to Mars, a touc... More
  • Harbour Air Seaplane Flights

    It’s great fun to watch the takeoffs and landings of Vancouver’s numerous floatplanes (which locals use for quick transport to Victoria—B.C.’s prov... More

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