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Lions Gate Bridge

About this point of interest

Overview

Officially known as the First Narrows Bridge, the Lions Gate Bridge is a treasured landmark for locals and visitors alike. Built in 1938, the bridge connects Stanley Park to North Vancouver and the mountains beyond. It sees up to 70,000 vehicles cross a day. Designated a National Historic Site of Canada, the bridge offers magnificent views over the Burrard Inlet and Vancouver city. The watchful eyes of the carved lions look out as you approach the bridge from the south. Travel over the Lions Gate Bridge on Gray Line Westcoast Sightseeing’s Grouse Mountain + Capilano Suspension Bridge Park.