Vancouver Lookout

Admission

  • A couple overlooking the Vancouver skyline and the Hotel Vancouver from the Vancouver Lookout observation deck.Credit: Vancouver Lookout.
  • A family overlooking the Burrard Inlet and North Vancouver from the Vancouver Lookout observation deck.Credit: Vancouver Lookout.
  • Vancouver Lookout and Canada Place overlooking North Vancouver and the Coast MountainsCredit: Vancouver Lookout.
  • The view of North Vancouver and the Coast Mountains from the Vancouver Lookout observation deck.Credit: Vancouver Lookout.

Taking sightseeing to the next level, whisk skyward in a glass elevator to a panoramic observation deck 169 metres (553 feet) atop Harbour Centre for a 360-degree guided tour of Vancouver’s landmarks, attractions, history, and fascinating facts. From non-stop views to multilingual staff, the Vancouver Lookout offers a full-spectrum vantage point with guaranteed “oohs and aahs.” Great for an early stop to get your bearings, then come back for sunset–admission tickets are valid all day.

Experience the Vancouver Lookout as part of these tour(s):

  • Around Downtown   READ MORE
  • Vancouver City + The Lookout Tour   READ MORE
  • Hop-On in Vancouver + Tour Whistler
    2 Day Bundle
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We’ve compiled a list of our most common questions and some fun facts. Still have questions? We can help! Give us a call at 604-451-1600.

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What time is the Vancouver Lookout open until?
Is the Vancouver Lookout wheelchair accessible?

See our General FAQ.

Did you know?

  • The Vancouver Lookout was officially opened on August 13, 1977 by Neil Armstrong. His footprint was on display until it was lost during renovations.
  • During the holidays, the spire on top of the tower is decorated with lights to look like a Santa hat.

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