Vancouver Shore Excursions
Harbour Centre Tower
Standing 581 feet tall the Harbour Centre Tower is the tallest skyscraper in British Columbia. Take a short elevator ride to the top and enjoy a 360-degree view of the city, Burrard Inlet and the North Shore Mountains.
The quaint buildings and paved streets of Gastown are the heart of historic Vancouver. Though the original wooden buildings were all completely razed in the1886 fire. See the statue of ‘Gassy Jack’ and the steam clock hiss and toot then have a well-earned break at a friendly coffee bar.
Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden
In the middle of the city’s busy Chinatown, you’ll find the gorgeous Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden. The Garden is reflects the merging of the four main elements: plants, rock, water and architecture, resulting in perfect equilibrium.
Stanley Park is the biggest urban park in North America.It’s home to a magnificent assortment of native American Totem Poles, excellent walking and jogging routes, and the extensive Vancouver Aquarium. Energetic walkers can follow the 5 mile coastline along a path which offers lovely views over the sea.
Capilano Suspension Bridge
Far above the Capilano river sways the impressive Capilano Suspension Bridge.
After teetering across the bridge, venture onto the Treetops adventure, where you scramble along walkways high above the ground to see the magnificent trees of the forest close up. To get to the Capilano Bridge jump on the shuttle bus direct from Canada Place, or catch bus 236 which leaves from Lonsdale Quay at the northern end of the Sea Bus ferry.
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Ballantyne Cruise Terminal
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