Queen Elizabeth Theatre
650 Hamilton Street
One of three facilities operated by the Vancouver Civic Theatres Department, in the heart of Downtown Vancouver.
601 Smithe Street
The permanent home of the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, also enjoy live theatre and other genres of music.
Bard On The Beach
201-162 West 1st Ave
Western Canada’s largest not-for-profit, professional Shakespeare Festival.Website
Arts Club Theatre Company
2750 Granville Street
Join over a quarter million people in experiencing the largest theatre company in Western Canada each year.
Museum Of Vancouver
1100 Chestnut Street
This civic advocate provides a deeper understanding of the great city of Vancouver.Website
Vancouver Maritime Museum
1905 Ogden Avenue
Located on the Vancouver waterfront, this museum consists of historic vessels, model ships, and more.Website
The University Of British Columbia
6393 N.W. Marine Drive
The UBC features extensive collections from around the world and views overlooking the mountains and ocean.Website
Vancouver Art Gallery
750 Hornby Street
An innovative visual arts institution with a focus on First Nations artists and the art of the Asia Pacific region.Website
1669 Johnston St
Granville Island is known for its brewery, public market and thriving artist community.
106 Keefer Street
Come experience far east creations, OCHI Chinese fashion, luxury boutiques and more!
Metropolis at Metrotown
This mall has over 400 stores and services and is also British Columbia’s largest shopping centre.Website
4902 Beacon LN
This park boasts some of the largest Douglas Fir trees in the area, and views of the water are incredible.
Queen Elizabeth Park
4600 Cambie St
This 52-hectare park is home to the Quarry and Rose gardens, the Arboretum, and public art sculptures.
Vandusen Botanical Gardens
5251 Oak St
Anything with 22-hectare of botanical beauty is worth checking out and it’s open year-round.Website
6000 Cypress Bowl RD
Located in West Vancouver, Cypress offers great slopes for skiing and snowboarding for every level.Website
Composed of cliffs rising 335 meters above sea level, this park gives you some of the best views in the area.
Bowen Island, BC
Take the ferry over to this island where there is no shortage of activities to keep everyone entertained.Website
1700 Mt Seymour Rd
Just 30 min north of Vancouver, this site is known as Vancouver's starting gate to winter recreation.
6400 Nancy Greene Way
The North Shore's biggest variety of terrain for skiing and riding; you can also zip line and ice skate on the pond.
Capilano Suspension Bridge
3735 Capilano Road
Get a true West Coast rainforest experience and enjoy the sound of the river running 230 ft (70m) beneath you.
Vancouver, BC V6G 124
From playing 18 holes, to relaxing on the beach, to cycling the 8.8km (5.5 mi) seawall, this park has something for everyone.