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Holiday Inn & Suites North Vancouver

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110 Water Street, Vancouver, BC v6b 1b2

Stroll down the cobbled streets. Explore its historic buildings, courtyards and venues. Enjoy its unique shopping, nightlife, attractions and special events. Gastown is a refreshing mix of old and new, downhome and upscale. Definitely one of the best places for souvenirs!

Vancouver Art Gallery

750 Hornby Street, Vancouver, BC V6Z 2H7

The Gallery stands in the centre of a city recognized as a nurturing ground for artistic talent. We feature the work of leaders in the field of contemporary art and Vancouver's internationally renowned artists, including Jeff Wall and, Ian Wallace. Featuring work from many different artists.

Queen Elizabeth Theatre

600 Block Hamilton Street, Vancouver, BC

The Queen Elizabeth Theatre has been open since July 5. Vancouverites responded proudly to the new building and boasted it was ‘one of the world’s finest theatres’ and ‘lifted this city into the realm of urban sophistication.’ View some of the most amazing shows.


Pender Street, Vancouver, BC

This is North America's second biggest Chinatown. Mandarin and Cantonese are the mother tongues in 30 per cent of Vancouver homes.There are lots of interesting markets with many varieties of fresh & dried seafood & mushrooms. Great place to eat or take the family on an outing for the day.

Granville Island Public Market

under Granville Street Bridge, Vancouver, BC

A fascinating assortment of colourful stalls, showcasing unique homemade products and the very finest in gastronomic delights. All fresh from the ocean, the oven or the field. Shimmering seafood, warm baked goods, plump fruit await you. Also features a kid's market with lots of fun, entertaining games.

Horseshoe Bay - Sewell's Marina

Highway # 1 and look for BC Ferry signs, West Vancouver, BC V7R 2A9

Walk and explore the quaint shops through the quaint oceanside village. Dine at one of the dockside restaurants overlooking the bay and watch the ferries berth. Sewell's Marina has many activities for the family, including: boat rentals and zodiac eco-adventures! The view is stunning!

Capilano Suspension Bridge

3735 Capilano Road, North Vancouver, BC V7R 4J1

One of Vancouver's oldest and most famous attractions. Walk across the 450 ft bridge lying over Capilano River. 'Treetops Adventure', connects 7 bridges through the tops of the trees. The newest attraction, the exhilarating "Cliffwalk", is a heart-stopping cliffside journey via a series of suspended walkways jutting out from the granite cliff face above Capilano River. And dont forget to watch the musical entertainment! Definitely one of the North Shore's most popular attractions.

Grouse Mountain

6400 Nancy Greene Way, North Vancouver, BC V7R 4K9

a year round destination, Grouse is a popular ski hill in the winter, and offers fantastic trails for hiking and biking in the summer. Observe the wolves and bears in their natural habitat in the wildlife refuge. Witness the breathtaking views as you ride the tram to the top and don't leave without trying their Zip-trek. Their upscale restaurants offer fine dining combined with one of a kind panoramic views of Vancouver.

Maplewood Farm

405 Seymour River Place, North Vancouver, BC V7G 1S6

Over 200 domestic animals and birds on a 5 acre setting. Go for pony rides around the farm or feed the bunnies, chickens and ducks. Daily hand milking demonstrations featuring Lulu the cow or watch the feeding of the pigs and Belgian Draft Horses. Kids will be entertained for hours!

Lonsdale Quay

123 Carrie Cates Court, North Vancouver, BC V7M 3K7

Over 90 specialty shops and services, an international food court, fresh meat and fruit market. Kids can ejoy the jungle gym and lots of fun toy stores. Overlooking the ocean, relax and watch the seabuses and boats move past. Great place for all ages.

Stanley Park

North foot of Georgia Street, North Vancouver, BC V6G 1Z4

With over 200 parks and 1,298 hectares, Stanley Park has community centres, swimming pools, skating rinks, fitness centres, racquet courts, golf courses, pitch & putt courses, food concessions, marinas, miniature railway, and children's farmyard. One of the most scenic places to view the city in Vancouver.

Lynn Canyon Bridge

3663 Park Road, North Vancouver, BC V7J 3G3

Lynn Canyon Park has been open since 1912. Enjoy a leisurely hike, a refreshing swim in the lake or a great place to just have a picnic. The Lynn Valley Bridge is free to the public and sways 50 metres above the canyon. Also a great place to ride bikes.

Lynn Valley Ecology Centre

3663 Park Road, North Vancouver, BC V7J 3G3

Explore local and global enviromental issues. Learn about temperate rainforest plants and food chains. Learn about black bears, touch an antler, and learn about wildlife in your yard. Also a play area for children with a puppet theatre and animal sounds. Fun things to learn for all ages.

Edgemont Village

3070 Edgemont Boulevard, North Vancouver, BC V7R 2N4

Nestled in a residential area. Edgemont Village is the gem of North Vancouver. Wander the shops, enjoy lunch at a cafe' or get a fashionable haircut from a salon. During the summer, grab an ice cream and enjoy live music nights.

Ambleside Beach

Left on 13th and Marine Drive, West Vancouver, BC V7T 1C1

Witness the breathtaking view of Stanley Park and Lions Gate Bridge from this long beach strip or just walk along the Seawall and watch the fisherman from the pier or the boats docking. The beach has a designated dog area and playground for the children.

Park Royal Shopping Centre

2002 Park Royal South, West Vancouver, BC V7T 2W4

North Shore's largest shopping mall. Divided into two different sides and covers about 990,000 square feet of stores. The newest extension is The Park Royal Village, just a walk over, and is an upscale outside village with many more stores and restaurants

Capilano Salmon Hatchery

Off Capilano Road, North Vancouver, BC V7R 2A9

Watch the cleaning of adult holding ponds, juvenile rearing ponds and the incubation room as the coho adults start to return in June, and the Summer Run Steelhead enter the river. See how Coho fry are transferred from Capilano into rearing ponds.