Vancouver is connected by intersecting waterways, with many of its premier attractions situated along the shorelines. One fun ... More
False Creek Ferries
Vancouver is connected by intersecting waterways, with many of its premier attractions situated along the shorelines. One fun way to travel around the city by water is to cruise through False Creek in a small ferry boat. These small boats take you to city highlights along the waters that pass between Granville Island and downtown . Stop off and enjoy the sights at Granville Island and Science World .
It isn't a replica, but this library was clearly inspired by the classical Roman Coliseum, awing visitors with its elegant
linear design. Designed by renowned architect Moshe Safdie, it was built in 1995 and draws book lovers and tourists ...
This gallery is situated in a large heritage building, which was once a courthouse, right in the center of downtown.
The visual arts museum features four floors of inspirational pleasures. There are rotating exhibitions of major international works, as ...
Many postcards of the city display images of this "five sailed" complex adorning the harbor shoreline. The centre, located downtown,
was Canada's Pavilion at the 1986 World Expo and is currently the home of the World Trade Centre and ...