Get a 360-degree view of Vancouver and its outlying areas from BC's tallest building, the Harbour Centre Tower. The ... More
Get a 360-degree view of Vancouver and its outlying areas from BC's tallest building, the Harbour Centre Tower. The observation deck gives an unobstructed view of the city, Burrard Inlet, the North Shore mountains, Burnaby Mountain, West Vancouver, and Bowen Island. Glass elevators whisk visitors up 167 meters in just 40 seconds.
I Love how friendly and helpful the people are in Vancouver. Great Eats , Shopping and the sights are breath taken. My 35 mm camera get a work out when i come to visit. At times i want too move there and live forever, mind you i live in Seattle & i need a change in my life. The people are colorful.............
Vancouver is one of the most beautiful cities in the world but if you think an observation deck is the best way to see it you're sadly mistaken. The view of the mountains is nice, but the rest of the view is blocked by much taller buildings. Tickets are 15 bucks and the girl who sells them didnt seem to understand english if you had any questions. save your $ and go for a walk around the canada place seawall for the exact same view
Not a bad place to take in 360 degree views of the city. The elevator ride is fun, and the nighttime views of the city lights are great. Good place to sit and rest your tired legs after wandering around the area.
The ticket is more expensive than I expected. Don't go here for the views. You may get a top-down view of how the downtown is organized. For spectacular views, this is not comparable to the grouse mountain. But if you have the patience to read, listen, and learn about the history of Vancouver and somewhat of its downtown, this is a good place to visit. When you are there, try to attend one of the guided talks up there. They give more information than what is written on the notices. Go for information not for the views.
It isn't a replica, but this library was clearly inspired by the classical Roman Coliseum, awing visitors with its elegant
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At least 100 killer whales make the seas around Vancouver and Victoria their home. There's no better way to see
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Vancouver Police Centennial Museum traces the history of policing in Vancouver. Photos, papers and all sorts of crime objects can
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