Secret Food Tour Vancouver
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With so many restaurants to choose from, Vancouver’s culinary environment may seem overwhelming.
Take a tour with Secret Food Tours Vancouver to only try unique and trendy foods, such as sushi, poutine, vegetable dishes, local beer and more.
Take a mini-cruise with the Aquabus
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This colourful vessel will show you spectacular views of False Creek and the city with stops at eight docks. Routes are wheelchair-, bicycle-, pet-, and stroller-friendly. No reservations are needed.
Service is from 7 a.m.-10:30 p.m. (9:30 p.m. winter) daily, year-round.
Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden
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This garden became the first authentic full-scale Chinese garden built outside of China in 1986. Guided tours led by dedicated volunteers showcase its history and serene landscape of walkways and jade-green ponds.
Bard on the Beach
Watching Shakespearean theatre on the Vancouver waterfront is one fine way to spend a summer day. Bard on the Beach has a variety of perforamnces, from Shakespeare plays, related dramas, and many special events in two tents from June through September.
Breakfast with the Bears
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Eat breakfast among the grizzlies of Grouse Mountain. See and learn about the habitat and conservation of the bears and enjoy a bear-inspired breakfast in the Grizzly Lookout Cafe.
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There is so much to see and do at Science World. From watching a movie on the world’s largest dome theatre screen, exploring the wonders of DNA, experimenting with water, light and sound, and learning more about nature are just some of the ways to entertain your family.
Explore the galaxy at the HR MacMillan Space Centre
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Learn about the wonders of space and experience Vancouver’s only planetarium star theatre. Lean back, look up and take in the story of planets, galaxies, meteor showers, black holes, and more. Try to lift a meteorite or touch one of the only five touchable moon rocks in the world – which is nearly 3.75 billion years old.
Across Burrard Inlet is another public market, this one with 80 specialty shops and services and the perfect spot to get a photograph of the Vancouver skyline. Check out the fresh food, local products, kids area, and boutique hotel.
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This is Canada’s largest aquarium located in Stanley Park. Learn about more than 50,000 marine animals at more than 30 exhibits. Meet sea otters, jellyfish, dolphins, penguins and more at this city favourite.
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The Commodore Ballroom is Vancouver’s most historic venue for live music and concerts. Dinner and dancing make for a fun and vibrant night. And next door is a bowling alley and billiards hall.
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Pick up on a new hobby with pottery classes from 4Cats Arts Studio. Create mini cookie jars, sloth planters or pig mugs at one of their workshops.
Vancouver Lookout at Harbour Centre
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Rise to the occasion and see the best view of Metro Vancouver, the North Shore mountains and even Vancouver Island. An exterior glass elevator takes you to the top in 40 seconds. Another unique experience is dinner at the revolving restaurant.
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