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Lugares emblemáticos en Vancouver

Museos de arte

Jardines
“Located in the heart of Chinatown, this home garden offers serenity, history and great chi. Modeled after private gardens in the city of Suzhou, China, the Garden embodies the Taoist philosophy of yin and yang, where every element-light, texture, vegetation - is balanced and symbolic. ”
  • 118 personas de la zona recomiendan

Museos de historia

Jardines
“Located in the heart of Chinatown, this home garden offers serenity, history and great chi. Modeled after private gardens in the city of Suzhou, China, the Garden embodies the Taoist philosophy of yin and yang, where every element-light, texture, vegetation - is balanced and symbolic. ”
  • 118 personas de la zona recomiendan
History Museum
“Old Heritage House built in 1893 and used as a museum to show the lifestyle of the Roedde family. A tour Admission only $5 including a guide.”
  • 4 personas de la zona recomiendan

Miradores

Beach
“Bustling beach with volleyball courts, plus a concession stand & the Cactus Club Cafe for food.”
  • 174 personas de la zona recomiendan
Beach
“With the view of the English Bay to its credit, the English Bay Beach is loved for the perfect sand and sun experience. Get a tan as you relax on the beach, swim in the water or simply see the gorgeous sunsets here that warm up the blue water. The beach is located in the downtown area, close to a number of eateries and is perfect for a casual stroll any time of the day.”
  • 22 personas de la zona recomiendan
Mirador
“Vancouver Lookout offers 360 degree views of Vancouver and beyond. Its Observation Deck is 168.8 metres (553.16 feet) above Vancouver. The lookout’s UFO-shaped design is the main feature of Vancouver’s skyline.”
  • 31 personas de la zona recomiendan
Parque
“Really nice views of downtown. Much quieter and family-friendly. It's also along the seawall bike trail!”
  • 13 personas de la zona recomiendan
Mirador
  • 5 personas de la zona recomiendan
Mirador
“A beautiful place to take photos during sunset. "Siwash Rock is a 32 million-year-old sea stack (rock outcropping) located just off the seawall between Third Beach and Lions Gate Bridge in Stanley Park. According to Squamish first nations legend, a man was transformed into Siwash Rock "as an indestructible monument to Clean Fatherhood" – a reward for unselfishness. A lookout above Siwash Rock is accessible from Park Drive or Siwash Rock Trail leading from Prospect Point and Third Beach."”
  • 3 personas de la zona recomiendan
Mirador
“My favourite spot on the Stanley Park seawall. About a 20 minute walk away.”
  • 2 personas de la zona recomiendan
Monumento/lugar emblemático
“From this point you can get an unbelievably beautiful view of the city and the North Shore Mountains. The Nine O'Clock Gun, itself, booms at 9pm (21:00) every day, and has done so for over 100 years.”
  • 2 personas de la zona recomiendan

Lugares históricos

Galería de arte
“Visit the Vancouver Art Gallery and you'll always see major exhibitions of works by the world's leading contemporary artists and history's greatest masters. ”
  • 400 personas de la zona recomiendan
Monumento/lugar emblemático
“Established back in the 1890s, Vancouver’s Chinatown has been humming busily for more than a century with vivid colours, exotic cuisine and a vibrant culture. Vancouver’s Chinese population originally made the journey to work in local mines and build the Trans-Canada railway. Rich in history and architecture, this area east of downtown boasts North America's third-largest Chinatown after New York and San Francisco. The main commercial area runs is around six blocks, bordered by East Pender Street, Gore Avenue, East Georgia Street, and Carrall Street. You’ll find plenty of classic Asian specialty stores, with their wares piled by the sidewalk for perusing, as well as dim sum restaurants, apothecaries, and quiet oases offering calm respite from the bustle. While there are many traditional finds in Chinatown, you’ll also see a burst of modern retail thanks to some young entrepreneurs who have set up shop in the neighbourhood, especially along Pender between Columbia and Main streets.”
  • 34 personas de la zona recomiendan
History Museum
“Old Heritage House built in 1893 and used as a museum to show the lifestyle of the Roedde family. A tour Admission only $5 including a guide.”
  • 4 personas de la zona recomiendan
Emplazamiento histórico
  • 1 persona de la zona recomienda
Emplazamiento histórico

Bibliotecas

Library
“A Moshe Safdie architectural masterpiece its design is reminiscent of the coliseum. It has a roof top garden and view deck that you shouldn't miss.”
  • 74 personas de la zona recomiendan
Museum
“Vancouver Maritime Museum Vancouver Maritime Museum Vancouver’s Maritime Museum in Vanier Park showcases the region’s maritime and boating history, as well as that of the Pacific Northwest and Arctic. It’s a good place to be on a rainy day, and Vancouver’s top attraction for learning about boats and maritime history. Maritime Museum Located in Vanier Park between Kitsilano Beach and the H.R. MacMillan Space Centre and Museum of Vancouver, the Maritime Museum is home to a historic arctic exploration vessel, the St. Roch, and displays of model ships. The Vancouver Maritime Museum isn’t a large museum, but it has a fair collection of model ships and will likely take you between 30 minutes and an hour to go through, unless you are a model-ship enthusiast who wants to study every little detail on each display. The highlight of the Maritime Museum is definitely the St. Roch, a retired RCMP police boat and the first vessel to circumnavigate North America. The St. Roch is indoors and you can board the vessel and walk all around it, including inside in the galley. St. Roch at Maritime MuseumThe St. Roch indoors at the Maritime Museum Maritime Museum Information The Maritime Museum is open Tuesday to Saturday from 10 am to 5 pm, Sundays from noon until 5 pm, and closed on Mondays, Christmas Day and New Year’s Day. The museum is also open Thursday evenings from 5 pm to 8 pm. It used to be by donation then, but not anymore. The museum’s address is 1905 Ogden Avenue which is located in Vanier Park. Admission Admission to the museum is about $12.50 for adults, $10 for students, youth and seniors, and $35 for a family. Children 5 and under are free. ”
  • 26 personas de la zona recomiendan
Library
“Closest gym to house, small community centre gym, cheap to access for one-time workouts, most basic equipment for cardio and weights.”
  • 30 personas de la zona recomiendan
Espacio para eventos
“Indoor lap pool, kids pool, hot tub, sauna, steam room, gym, and ice skating rink. ”
  • 15 personas de la zona recomiendan
Library
“Our local branch of the VPL is new and a great place to read your favourite magazines or just browse the internet.”
  • 4 personas de la zona recomiendan
Library
  • 2 personas de la zona recomiendan
Library
“If you need wifi and a quiet environment for a few hours. You can also book public computers by the hour. Open til 9pm on weekdays.”
  • 5 personas de la zona recomiendan
Library
“Small, local library occasionally holds interesting 'speaker's series'. Check at the information desk there for details.”
  • 2 personas de la zona recomiendan