Whether you've got one day or 10 days to enjoy Vancouver and our surrounding region, your choices are virtuall limitless to create a visit you won't forget. Be sure to mix in some of the little known gems with the world renown experieces. Explore your personal interests and discover something new there is something here for everyone. And be sure to build in some time to enjoy the communities that our attraction partners are located in, so much great food to savour, and so much natural beauty to enjoy!
Indigenous Exploration – Itineary includes Museum of Anthropology, Museum of Vancouver, MONOVA and Stanley Park Horse-Drawn Tours
The City of Vancouver has grown up on the unceded Coast Salish territory of the Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh Nations. Make time when you visit to discover the ancient history and deep- rooted culture of the First Nations which is prevalent throughout Vancouver. The ancient traditions and stories are told through, permanent and visiting exhibits at local museums and vibrantly coloured totem poles in the heart of the City. Visit some or all of these Vancouver Attractions, to experience the area’s rich First Nations heritage and save as much as 30% on all admissions.
Itinerary Suggestion for the Active Family Three or more days recommended!
Vancouver, and our surrounding suburbs, is a kid’s paradise with countless parks, beaches, and attractions to choose from every family can create an active, economical family holiday to remember. Be sure to set at least three days a side to make the most of your visit.
Downtown Vancouver – Just one day in Vancouver? You can easily explore these three experiences and capture the essence of our city and culture. This suggested itinerary of attractions includes a Harbour Tour with Harbour Cruises, a visit to the Vancouver Art Gallery and a romantic evening visit to the Vancouver Lookout. Two adult guests will save 25% or $36 on this package when they book on line.
Gardens of Vancouver!
Known for our abundance of green space, these four city gardens not only capitalize on Vancouver’s temperate rainforest climate to thrive but celebrate our diverse culture and are accessible from downtown by foot, bike or public transit.
Recognized around the world, VanDusen Botanical Garden and UBC Botanical Garden were listed in the Ten Best Public Gardens in Canadian Geographic Travel Magazine, while Dr. Sun Yat Sen Classical Chinese was named by National Geographic Magazine, as the World’s Top City Garden in 2012. Add a visit to the Bloedel Conservatory located at the highest point of the City, in the spectacular Queen Elizabeth Park and this collection of garden experiences is complete. Save as much as 30% on admissions when you book them all.
Heights and Sights – This two day attractions package includes Capilano Suspension Bridge, The Vancouver Lookout, Grey Line Westcoast Sightseeing Hop on and Hop Off Tour, the Sea to Sky Gondola and Britannia Mine Museum.
Vancouver’s natural surroundings, mountains, sea and seemingly endless greenspace and forests can best be experienced with this collection of Vancouver Attractions, book all 5 and save 35% on all tickets, or as much as $65 per adult.