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1 Vancouver Aquarium
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Rank: 2 About 70

Vancouver Aquarium is a public aquarium which is situated in Stanley Park in Vancouver. It is a major attraction for Vancouver and a center for marine research, marine animal rehabilitation and conservation too.  This...

Reviewed by: Laalamani
Address: 845 Avison Way + Share


2 Lynn Canyon Park
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Rank: 7 About 70

Lynn Canyon Park is best known for its suspension bridge and rivals the more popular Capilano Canyon Bridge for its length and height. The bridge of Lynn Canyon Bridge is free unlike the other bridges. There is also a Lynn Canyon...

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3 Stanley Park
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Rank: 8 About 70

Stanley Park is considered as one of the great parks in the world.  It is also the first park and the main tourist attraction in Vancouver. It is an evergreen oasis with almost 1,000 acres of land and close to the downtown core....

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Address: 2099 Beach Avenue, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada + Share


4 Whistler Mountain
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Rank: 9 About 70

Home to one of the world’s largest ski resorts, Whistler Mountain is part of the Coast Mountains’ Fitzsimmons Range and is about a two-hour drive north of Vancouver, British Columbia. Originally known as London...

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5 Grouse Mountain
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Rank: 31 About 70

Rising 1,200 metres (4,000 feet) above sea level, Vancouver’s Grouse Mountain is a popular destination during all seasons. Part of the North Shore Mountain Range, Grouse looms large over Vancouver and is home to world-class...

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Address: 6400 Nancy Greene Way + Share


6 Queen Elizabeth Park
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Rank: 39 About 70

Situated atop Little Mountain on the western end of Vancouver, British Columbia, Queen Elizabeth Park is the highest point in the city proper and is perennially one of its most-visited parks. Filled with gorgeous natural gardens,...

Reviewed by: Alex
Address: 4600 Cambie St + Share


7 Beacon Hill Park
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Rank: 54 About 70

The Beacon Hill Park derives its name from the two beacons located on the Mount Beacon. The Beacon located on the western side is triangular (blue) while the other one is a square (green). The Privy Council in the year 1862...

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