Things to Do in Vancouver, WA

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Since 1971, this nonprofit public art gallery has featured contemporary art from local and international artists such as Christopher Williams, Steven... Read More

Statue of John "Gassy Jack" Deighton, located in the Gastown District, where Vancouver was born. Gastown started with only one lumber mill in the... Read More

Just a 15-minute drive from downtown, Grouse Mountain has attractions that can be enjoyed long after ski season concludes. If you're really fit,... Read More

Shrine to the rock God Jimi Hendrix, whose roots are in Vancouver—his grandparents immigrated to the city in 1911. The shrine used to be part of Vie's,... Read More

About a half-hour drive from downtown Vancouver, Lynn Canyon Park sits on the edge of a residential street and offers several trails, some of which link... Read More

Located on the Vancouver campus of the University of British Columbia, the Museum of Anthropology displays Northwest Coast First Nations art. It is... Read More

Brewmaster and owner James Walton has deliberately kept Storm small since he started brewing in 1994. The brewery and storefront in East Van can be... Read More

The place to watch essential cinema in the city, from classics to obscure films and new releases, is The Cinematheque. In addition to movie showings,... Read More

Well-named cocktails, such as the rum-based Grass Skirt and the gin-based Buck Buck Mule. Small, elegant menu including ceviches and charcuterie, with... Read More

Twenty-eight kilometers form the longest uninterrupted waterfront path in the world—Vancouver's Seawall. From the Vancouver Convention Centre to Spanish... Read More

Vancouver's vast botanical gardens showcase a collection of approximately 8,000 species of flora, and also serves as a working center for plant research... Read More

Premier art gallery in the city, exhibiting classic and contemporary art. VAG is undergoing a renovation that will see it moved to a new space ... Read More

Large, Art Deco lettering marks this can't-miss landmark on Granville Street, calling attention to one of the last remaining theaters from what used to... Read More

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