Robson Street

If you’re looking for an exciting day packed with shopping and dining, start with Robson Street. Originally one of the oldest neighbourhoods in the city, Robson Street is now known as Vancouver’s most famous shopping district.

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Prince of Whales – Vancouver Ocean Magic Whale Watching Adventures

In true comfort and style, our crew is excited to explore the local waters in search of the majestic wildlife that floods the local waters here in the summer months. Take advantage of the opportunity to view several different species of whales in the wild as well as an assortment of sea birds and other species of marine wildlife from downtown Vancouver.

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Spectacular Glacier Tour

Experience Whistler from above on this exhilarating aerial tour. Soar over jagged mountains, lush alpine meadows, spectacular icefalls, volcanic formations all from the comfort of an expertly guided floatplane.

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Stanley Park Totem Poles

The totem poles in Stanley Park are one of British Columbia’s most visited tourist attractions. These beautifully hand-carved monuments reflect centuries of First Nations artistry and tradition.

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First Nations Galleries

Immerse yourself in the world-renowned First Nations art scene. A stroll through Gastown take you from galleries of traditionally carved cedar masks and totems to colourful modern paintings and jewelry.

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Gastown Steam Clock

The whistling Gastown Steam Clock is one of Vancouver’s most beloved icons. Built in 1977, this clock chimes on every hour and is easily one of the most photographed sites in the city.

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Britannia Beach

The quaint community of Britannia Beach was once a booming mining town in the late 1800’s. Since the closure of the mine, the site is now open to visitors as the Britannia Mine Museum and has been designated a National Historic Site.

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Cleveland Dam

The Cleveland Dam holds back Capilano Lake, which supplies the fresh drinking water to Vancouver and the Lower Mainland. The powerful spillway measures over 91 metres high!

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Capilano River Hatchery

Journey to the Capilano River Hatchery to learn about one of BC’s most important resources. Watch returning salmon leaping up the river in the “Fishway” fish ladder during this prime-time spawning season.

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