Vancouver, a bustling west coast seaport in British Columbia, is among Canada’s densest, most ethnically diverse cities. Vancouver Art Gallery is known for its works by regional artists, while the Museum of Anthropology houses preeminent First Nations collections. Vancouver has an endless supply of attractions and things to see and do. It doesn’t matter what time of day or what time of year - whether you want to be indoors Attractions, shopping, outdoor activities. Cute little Aquabus and False Creek Ferries vessels shaped like mini-tugboats traverse False Creek taking passengers between stops such as Granville Island, Olympic Village, Science World and Yaletown. Vancouver Chinatown is the oldest in Canada. Other downtown touring options include Gas Town, Grandville Island, guided walking and cycling tours.
The CANADA LINE
(also known as Skytrain)
operates between downtown and the Airport, journey time is approx. 30 minutes. Service commences at 5 am and last train from downtown is at 12.30 am. Frequency is every 6 minutes from 5.00am to 7.00pm and then every 12 minutes during the evening. The train takes 30 minutes to the last stop Waterfront.
YALETOWN: An area of wine bars and restaurants located in renovated warehouses, on arrival at the station you will come up two escalators to the street, turn right and immediately right again (like a U turn) and you will be on Mainland Street which has eateries 5 city blocks. (TAKE SKYTRAIN)
Historic Steveston Village — A Hidden Gem Cradled in a picturesque corner of Richmond, Steveston is a charming, scenic village that was established in the early 1800s
during the fishing cannery boom.
A free “Art Tours” pamphlet at the Fairbanks Visitors and
Convention Bureau log cabin on First Avenue offers a
self-guided tour to sculptures and murals around town,
plus the galleries.
- University of Alaska Museum
- Art Galleries
- A Free” Art Tour, Etc
- Wedgewood Wildlife Sanctuary
- Fountainhead, Etc
- The Aurora Ice Museum
- Morris Thompson Cultural & Visitor Center