From historic masterpieces to modern compositions, the Vancouver Art Gallery is home to over 10,000 artworks. Once the province’s main courthouse, this neo-classical style building has art around every corner.
Sea Vancouver provides rapid access to all that Vancouver’s waterfront has to offer. Their open-air watercraft cruise through English Bay before racing across the Burrard Inlet.
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.
Sea otters, steller sea lions and 50,000 other aquatic creatures await your arrival at Canada’s largest aquarium.
The Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden is a peaceful oasis in the heart of Vancouver’s bustling Chinatown. Wander the mosaic paths and into the scholar’s rooms for a glimpse into Chinese culture and life during the Ming Dynasty.
Taking sightseeing to the next level, at The Vancouver Lookout atop Harbour Centre for a 360-degree guided tour of Vancouver’s landmarks, attractions, history, and fascinating facts.
Prepare for lift-off on the spectacular Skyride to the top of Grouse Mountain, where a year-round adventure awaits. This iconic mountain is the city’s wilderness playground and is only 15 minutes from the heart of Vancouver.
The Capilano Suspension Bridge Park’s Treetops Adventure takes you on a journey high above the forest floor. Stroll through The Living Forest trail, learn about historical adventurers in the Story Centre, or enjoy a complimentary mini guided tour.
Imagine experiencing Canada’s natural beauty from the air, without even leaving your seat. Soar across the country on a breathtaking flight simulation ride complete with gentle movement.
The Museum of Vancouver is touted as the largest civic museum in Canada, and in addition to providing a historical record of the development of Vancouver and the surrounding area, several exhibits are intended to spark conversation of what the city could become.
Located in Vanier Park, the Vancouver Maritime Museum boasts an impressive collection of maritime artifacts, preserving the seafaring history of Vancouver and the Canadian Arctic.
Providing hands-on exhibits and interactive displays, events and featured scientific exhibits, Science World is as educational as it is fun.
Including a mix of permanent and rotating exhibits, events and exhibitions, the SLCC showcases the strengths and diverse histories of the Squamish and Lil’wat coastal First Nations.
Sightseeing by Floatplane of Vancouver’s majestic mountains and expansive coastline. The extended version of the Vancouver Panorama tour offers the same sights before following the coast further north towards Whistler, then looping back down over the Islands and exploring the incredible Sunshine Coast. Flying Time is 35 Minutes.
From the top of the Sea to Sky Gondola nature awaits. From hiking and walking trails to viewing platforms and the Sky Pilot Suspension Bridge, the Sea to Sky Gondola has something for everyone.
Located at the base of Blackcomb Mountain in Whistler, the TreeTrek Canopy Walk by Ziptrek is the perfect combination of adventure and learning.
Consisting of 5 ziplines and 4 bridges suspended high in the forest canopy, guests are treated to stunning aerial views over Fitzsimmons Creek.
The Beer and Food Tour delivered by Vancouver Brewery Tours is the perfect way to get acquainted with some of Vancouver’s famous craft breweries, topped off with a delicious meal at Big Rock Urban Brewery.
The Scandinave Spa is breathtakingly surrounded by Whistler’s natural environment and surrounding mountains, creating the perfect atmosphere to enjoy their traditional Scandinavian baths.
Explore Britannia Mine Museum’s interactive exhibits and underground features of the mine to learn about British Columbia’s mining history.
Enjoy a spectacular 20-minute flightseeing tour, offering spectacular aerial views of the city’s busy downtown skyline and iconic landmarks.
The False Creek ferries are the quickest way to get from downtown Vancouver to the eclectic markets of Granville Island. Hop aboard these little blue boats for a fun mini-cruise through historic False Creek!
You don’t have to be a horse whisperer to have fun with this old-fashioned way to discover Stanley Park. Enjoy the relaxed pace with a professional guide at the reigns, narrating as you meander through Vancouver’s spectacular, signature park. (CLOSED FOR THE SEASON)
Learn and enjoy beers at some of Vancouver’s best craft beer focused pubs all while experiencing the vibrant and historic neighborhood that is Gastown.