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Food scene
Chambar is Vancouver's top destination for modern casual dining. Offering fresh, local ingredients, Belgian-inspired cuisine, and a chic yet inviting atmosphere.
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Chambar Restaurant
568 Beatty St
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Chambar is Vancouver's top destination for modern casual dining. Offering fresh, local ingredients, Belgian-inspired cuisine, and a chic yet inviting atmosphere.
Ludica is one of the best pizzerias in Canada! Hundreds and hundreds of board and card games free to play with a meal. They can even teach you a new one. Thin-crust pizza baked in our stone oven.
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Pizzeria Ludica
189 Keefer Pl
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Ludica is one of the best pizzerias in Canada! Hundreds and hundreds of board and card games free to play with a meal. They can even teach you a new one. Thin-crust pizza baked in our stone oven.
The Granville Island Public Market is the jewel in the Island’s crown. An indoor market featuring a fascinating assortment of colourful food and produce stores, showcasing handcrafted products and the very finest in unique gifts. All fresh from the ocean, the oven or the field.
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Granville Island Public Market
1669 Johnston St
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The Granville Island Public Market is the jewel in the Island’s crown. An indoor market featuring a fascinating assortment of colourful food and produce stores, showcasing handcrafted products and the very finest in unique gifts. All fresh from the ocean, the oven or the field.
Neighbourhoods
Gastown is one of Vancouver’s most vibrant and unique areas. As the first downtown core of the city, the neighbourhood has transitioned into a centre of innovation and truly memorable experiences, for locals and tourists alike, while maintaining a strong connection to its history. Containing something for everyone, Gastown offers a diverse mix of retail and dining options housed within authentic heritage architecture, alongside a vibrant creative and tech scene.
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Gastown
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Gastown is one of Vancouver’s most vibrant and unique areas. As the first downtown core of the city, the neighbourhood has transitioned into a centre of innovation and truly memorable experiences, for locals and tourists alike, while maintaining a strong connection to its history. Containing something for everyone, Gastown offers a diverse mix of retail and dining options housed within authentic heritage architecture, alongside a vibrant creative and tech scene.
Entertainment
Great for Kids! Science World, formally Science World at Telus World of Science, is a science centre run by a not-for-profit organization in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Ignite your mind and discover the wonders of science at Science World at TELUS World of Science. Immerse yourself in interactive indoor and outdoor displays like the Ken Spencer Science Park, explore inspirational feature exhibitions, witness jaw-dropping live science demonstrations and view larger-than-life OMNIMAX® films.
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Science World at TELUS World of Science
1455 Quebec St
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Great for Kids! Science World, formally Science World at Telus World of Science, is a science centre run by a not-for-profit organization in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Ignite your mind and discover the wonders of science at Science World at TELUS World of Science. Immerse yourself in interactive indoor and outdoor displays like the Ken Spencer Science Park, explore inspirational feature exhibitions, witness jaw-dropping live science demonstrations and view larger-than-life OMNIMAX® films.
Immerse yourself in historic masterworks and groundbreaking contemporary exhibitions at the Vancouver Art Gallery. 2020 exhibition highlights include: Rhythm, Rapture and the Tree of Life: Emily Carr and Her Contemporaries – to June 28, 2020 Shuvinai Ashoona: Mapping Worlds – February 22 to May 24, 2020 Lineages and land bases – February 22 – May 24, 2020 Modern in the Making: Post-war Craft and Design in British Columbia – April 10 – September 20, 2020 The Tin Man was a Dreamer: Allegories, Poetics and Performances of Power - March 21 – August 23, 2020 Victor Vasarely: Sharing Forms – June 27-October 18, 2020
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Galeria de Arte de Vancouver
750 Hornby St
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Immerse yourself in historic masterworks and groundbreaking contemporary exhibitions at the Vancouver Art Gallery. 2020 exhibition highlights include: Rhythm, Rapture and the Tree of Life: Emily Carr and Her Contemporaries – to June 28, 2020 Shuvinai Ashoona: Mapping Worlds – February 22 to May 24, 2020 Lineages and land bases – February 22 – May 24, 2020 Modern in the Making: Post-war Craft and Design in British Columbia – April 10 – September 20, 2020 The Tin Man was a Dreamer: Allegories, Poetics and Performances of Power - March 21 – August 23, 2020 Victor Vasarely: Sharing Forms – June 27-October 18, 2020
Sightseeing
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. The architecture of the pavilions, covered walkways, terraces and viewing platforms evokes Ming Dynasty classical design. Rocks and water are integral elements, while trees and plants, all have symbolic connotations. Two of the Garden's most intriguing elements are the 43 leak windows (each one has a different lattice pattern) and the groupings of Tai Hu rocks, imported from China's Lake Tai. Named the World's Top City Garden by National Geographic.
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Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden
578 Carrall St
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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. The architecture of the pavilions, covered walkways, terraces and viewing platforms evokes Ming Dynasty classical design. Rocks and water are integral elements, while trees and plants, all have symbolic connotations. Two of the Garden's most intriguing elements are the 43 leak windows (each one has a different lattice pattern) and the groupings of Tai Hu rocks, imported from China's Lake Tai. Named the World's Top City Garden by National Geographic.
The water taxi itself is already amazing. In the 1970’s, Granville Island began its successful transformation from an industrial wasteland to one of the most beloved public spaces in Vancouver. As Vancouver’s premier artistic and cultural hub, located in an urban, waterfront location and steeped in a rich industrial and maritime heritage, this unique destination attracts millions of visitors each year from Vancouver and around the world. The charm of Granville Island lies in its unexpected mix of uses. The famous Public Market, open daily from 9 am to 7 pm, is home to more than 50 independent food purveyors and contributes to the Island’s appeal as a renowned culinary destination. In the Net Loft Shops and Railspur District, many of Canada’s best artists and designers can be found. Granville Island is home to many cultural venues and hosts numerous performing arts and cultural festivals year-round.
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Granville Island
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The water taxi itself is already amazing. In the 1970’s, Granville Island began its successful transformation from an industrial wasteland to one of the most beloved public spaces in Vancouver. As Vancouver’s premier artistic and cultural hub, located in an urban, waterfront location and steeped in a rich industrial and maritime heritage, this unique destination attracts millions of visitors each year from Vancouver and around the world. The charm of Granville Island lies in its unexpected mix of uses. The famous Public Market, open daily from 9 am to 7 pm, is home to more than 50 independent food purveyors and contributes to the Island’s appeal as a renowned culinary destination. In the Net Loft Shops and Railspur District, many of Canada’s best artists and designers can be found. Granville Island is home to many cultural venues and hosts numerous performing arts and cultural festivals year-round.