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Wild Whales Vancouver

1806 Mast Tower Rd., Vancouver BC V6H 4B6

Do you have a half-day in Vancouver to explore? Take a dive to the wild side and experience Vancouver's aquatic scene.

Departing from Granville Island in downtown Vancouver, the Wild Whales experience allows you to observe whales and diverse wildlife in their natural habitat. Trips last anywhere from 3-6 hours and depart at 11 am and 12 pm in an open-air vessel or at 10:30 am in a semi-covered vessel. Rates vary depending on age, and private whale-watching tours are available for reservation.


Vancouver Aquarium

5151 Oak Street, Vancouver BC V6M 4H1

Come and enjoy The Elizabethan Maze, a hedge maze made of 3,000 pyramidal cedars; the Stone Garden stylized in an oriental theme; the Scottish Shelter built of local basaltic rock in a style compatible with the moorland theme of the surrounding landscape; and the Korean Pavilion, a hexagonal pavilion in a colourful decorative style that was a gift from Korea in 1986. Open daily from 9 am to 8 pm.


Sea to Sky Gondola

36800 BC-99, Squamish BC V0N 3G0

Located just outside of Vancouver in Squamish, the 10 minute Sea to Sky Gondola takes you 885 meters above sea level, providing sweeping views of Howe Sound, the coastal forest, and surrounding mountains. Once at the top, you will have access to a wide array of outdoor adventures including walking trails, the spectacular Sky Pilot Suspension Bridge, numerous hiking trails, rock climbing, access to backcountry trails, and more. The gondola is open 7 days a week. Save money by purchasing tickets online ahead of time. It really is worth the trip!


Capilano Suspension Bridge

3735 Capilano Rd., North Vancouver BC V7R 4J1

A must see in Vancouver, and one of Vancouver's top attractions.

Capilano Suspension Bridge connects towering evergreens, cedar-scented rainforest air, and Treetop Adventures which includes 7 suspended footbridges offering views 110 feet above the forest floor. The new Cliffwalk is a series of narrow cantilevered bridges, stairs and platforms and only 16 anchor points in the cliff supporting the structure! Purchase your tickets online to skip the lineup. Open 9 am - 7 pm every day. It's an easy half-day trip and a great way to experience BC's rainforest grandeur only minutes from downtown.


Grouse Mountain, The Peak of Vancouver

6400 Nancy Greene Way, North Vancouver BC V7R 4K9

Take the Skyride gondola up to the peak passing through towering Douglas firs, with breathtaking views of the city of Vancouver, or hike the infamous Grouse Grind, a 2.9-kilometer trail, considered nature's "Stairmaster" (853-meter elevation).

At the top, visit grizzlies Grinder and Coola, residents of Grouse Mountain since 2001; say hello to feathered friends during a Birds in Motion demonstration where birds of prey soar high in the sky; take a trip to the top of the Eye of the Wind and experience a 360-degree view of Vancouver and the mountains behind; embrace Canadian roots and watch the world-famous Lumberjack Show; check out the Summer of Small Wonders and learn all about honeybees, hummingbirds and other important pollinators; have a thrill with a Mountain Ziplines experience; and end the day with lunch or dinner in Altitudes Bistro with a spectacular view of the city.

Open daily from 9 am to 10 pm.


Bloedel Conservatory, Queen Elizabeth Park

4600 Cambie Street, Vancouver BC V5Z 2Z1

Experience the colours and scents of the tropics year-round! Bloedel Conservatory is a domed lush paradise atop the City of Vancouver's highest point. More than 120 free-flying exotic birds, 500 exotic plants, and flowers thrive within its temperature-controlled environment. Open daily from 10 am to 8 pm.


FlyOver Canada

201 - 999 Canada Place, Vancouver BC V6C 3E1

FlyOver Canada uses state-of-the-art technology to give you the feeling of flight. You hang suspended, feet dangling, before a 20-meter spherical screen while a film whisks you away on an exhilarating 8-minute journey across Canada, from east to west. Special effects, including wind, mist, and scents combine with the ride's motion to create an unforgettable experience. Open daily from 10 am to 9 pm. This happens to be a favourite must-do when we have friends in town that have limited time to explore Canada's terrain.


Science World at TELUS World of Science

1455 Quebec Street, Vancouver BC V6A 3Z7

Located in the beautiful False Creek area, experience the magnificent views of Science World and the surrounding areas including the site of the 2010 Olympic Village. Take a visit inside for exploration into science, with exhibits set up throughout the venue. This location is ideal for those of you bringing your family along as kids love it!


Vancouver Lookout

555 W. Hastings Street, Vancouver BC V6B 4N6

The Vancouver Lookout is a must-see attraction boasting panoramic 360° views of Vancouver. Take a 40-second ride in a glass elevator to the observation deck, 553.16 feet above Vancouver. Come in the morning, at dusk and in the evening - your admission ticket is valid all day. Open Monday - Friday from 10 am to 5 pm, and weekends from 10 am - 6 pm.


VanDusen Botanical Gardens

5151 Oak Street, Vancouver BC V6M 4H1

Come and enjoy The Elizabethan Maze, a hedge maze made of 3,000 pyramidal cedars; the Stone Garden stylized in an oriental theme; the Scottish Shelter built of local basaltic rock in a style compatible with the moorland theme of the surrounding landscape; and the Korean Pavilion, a hexagonal pavilion in a colourful decorative style that was a gift from Korea in 1986. Open daily from 9 am to 8 pm.

MUSEUMS & ARTS
Museum of Anthropology at UBC

6393 NW Marine Dr., Vancouver BC V6T 1Z2

The Museum of Anthropology is committed to promoting awareness and understanding of culturally diverse ways of knowing the world through challenging and innovative programs and partnerships with Indigenous, local and global communities. Visiting this museum not only takes to you the stunning University of British Columbia's campus but will connect you to BC's rich First Nations heritage. The museum is open daily from 10 am to 5 pm.


Museum of Vancouver

1100 Chestnut Street, Vancouver BC V6J 3J9

The Museum of Vancouver connects Vancouverites to each other and connects the city to the world. An enthusiastic civic advocate, Museum of Vancouver is dedicated to encouraging a deeper understanding of Vancouver through stories, objects, and shared experiences. Visit their website to see what exhibitions are currently being displayed. Open daily, and open late Thursday - Saturday.


Vancouver Art Gallery

750 Hornby Street, Vancouver BC V6Z 2H7

The Vancouver Art Gallery is recognized as one of North America's most respected, innovative, and groundbreaking visual arts institutions. Housed in a 1906 neo-classical courthouse building, it was converted to the stunning space it is today by the renowned Canadian architect Arthur Erickson in 1981. If you're an architect or art fan, this is worth a visit! Open daily from 10 am to 5 pm, and Tuesday's until 9 pm.


Burnaby Village Museum

6501 Deer Lake Avenue, Burnaby BC V5G 3T6

The Burnaby Village Museum is a place where history comes to life. Stroll down the streets of their 1920s tram-stop community. Period costumed townsfolk welcome visitors and give demonstrations in the homes, businesses, and ships. Gate admission is free, and it's open daily from 11 am to 4:30 pm.

ACTIVITIES
Richmond Go-Karts

6631 Sideway Rd., Richmond BC V6W 1B7

The largest go-kart track in Western Canada and the only outdoor facility in Greater Vancouver. Open Wednesday through Sunday, visit their website to book a ride. Group packages available.


Richmond Olympic Experience

6111 River Rd., Richmond BC VTC 0A2

Experience state-of-the-art Olympic and sports simulations. Be among the first in the world to experience the simulations, each developed so visitors can experience what a world-class athlete experiences as they compete on the international stage. Feel the rush as you fly off an Olympic ski jump, paddle down a raging white-water kayak course, carve the perfect line in a sit-ski slalom race or zip along at incredible speeds on an Olympic bobsleigh track. Buy your tickets online, open Thursday to Sunday from 10 am to 5 pm.


Stanley Park Seawall

Vancouver has the world's largest uninterrupted waterfront path. The 28 km Seaside Greenway is an uninterrupted pathway, including the Stanley Park Seawall, that extends from the Vancouver Convention Centre to Spanish Banks Park. Perfect for a walk, cycle, or jog, it's the most popular recreational and people watching activity in the city.

HIKES
Capilano Canyon

Capilano Canyon is one of the Vancouver area's four canyons and offers splendid views of rushing water over rocks nestled in a rainforest surrounding. An easy hike taking about an hour (2.6 km round-trip), Capilano Canyon has an elevation of 100 meters and is open year-round.


Grouse Grind

640 Nancy Greene Way, North Vancouver BC V7R 4K9

Challenge yourself with "Mother Nature's Stairmaster". A 2.9 km hike, over 150,000 people hike the trail annually. There are 2,830 stars taking you up to an elevation of 853 meters. On average, it takes up to an hour and a half to complete the hike, with novice hikers taking slightly longer. Not for the weak of heart!


Lighthouse Park

4902 Beacon Lane, West Vancouver BC V7W 1K5

Lighthouse Park is one of Vancouver's most beautiful parks located along the shores of West Vancouver. The park boasts some of the largest Douglas fir trees in Greater Vancouver as well as breathtaking views of the water. An easy hike, taking approximately 2 hours, you can enjoy this trail year-round.


Pacific Spirit Park

5495 Chancellor Blvd., Vancouver BC V6T 1E4

Located on the west side of the city of Vancouver, the Pacific Spirit Regional Park offers a network of trails contained in more than 750 hectares of forest. The trails in the park are popular with local residents and are accessible year-round. The round-trip distance is 10 km, taking approximately 3 hours. The trail is great for all levels of hikers and is an easy hike.


Stawamus Chief

The Chief towers high above the town of Squamish and is a popular hiking destination that offers scenic views of Howe Sound and several mountains in Garibaldi Provincial Park. Hikers can complete all three peaks at the Chief in a day or just choose to do a shorter trip to the South Peak that still offers a spectacular view. An intermediate hike, the Chief takes approximately 6 hours to hike, with a round-trip of 11 km (600-meter elevation). Enjoy the hike from March to November.

BEACHES
Kitsilano Beach

Kitsilano Beach, known as "Kits Beach", is located on Cornwall Avenue at the north end of Yew Street. The Seawall runs alongside the beach and Kitsilano Pool is on the west side. Some features of Kits Beach include seaside seawall system, concession, public washrooms, tennis courts, playground, swimming raft, lifeguards, local drinking holes, and the Boathouse Waterfront Restaurant.


Jericho Beach

Jericho Beach on the north side of Jericho Park is at the west end of Point Grey Road between Wallace Street and Discovery Street. The east side of the beach caters to swimmers, while the west side to sailboats and windsurfers. Some features of Jericho Beach include concession, public washrooms, playing fields, tennis courts, picnic tables, swimming raft, lifeguards, Jericho Sailing Centre, and Vancouver Youth Hostel.


Spanish Banks

Located along Northwest Marine Drive, west of Tolmie Street, Spanish Banks Beach is composed of three distinct sections, east, west, and extension. At low tide, the water is one kilometer offshore. Features of Spanish Banks East include seaside seawall system, concession, public washrooms, picnic tables (barbeques permitted), eight volleyball courts, free parking, and lifeguards. Spanish Banks West include seaside seawall system, designed quiet beach (amplified sound is not permitted), concession, public washrooms, picnic tables (barbeques permitted), eight volleyball courts, dog off-leash area, free parking, and lifeguards. Finally, the Spanish Banks Extension includes seaside seawall system, barbeques, free parking, lifeguards, dog off-leash area, and a kiteboarding launch zone.


Second and Third Beaches

Second Beach in Stanley Park is located at the junction of Stanley Park Drive and North Lagoon Drive, next to Second Beach Pool (an oceanside, heated outdoor pool). Features of Second Beach include the Stanley Park Seawall system, concession, public washrooms, playground, stand-alone barbeques (allowed at nearby Ceperley Meadow), picnic shelter (reservation required), lifeguard, and a heated, outdoor pool.

Third Beach is located at Ferguson Point in Stanley Park. It is a naturally sandy beach surrounded by trees that shield dippers and tanners from urban noise. This is a great beach for quiet bathing, picnics, and watching sunsets. Features of Third Beach include the Stanley Park Seawall system, concession, public washrooms, barbeques, and lifeguards. It's not unusual to come across a drum circle on any given evening.


Wreck Beach Wreck Beach is an internationally-acclaimed 7.8 km long Nudist beach, located in Vancouver, making it North America's largest naturist beach. It is the busiest beach in Canada and during the season, there is an average of 12-14,000 visitors daily.

Ambleside Beach

As West Vancouver's gateway park, Ambleside is fully accessible and well used by both West Vancouver residents and visitors. Enjoy spectacular views of Stanley Park and downtown Vancouver. Come walk the Seawalk, visit the dog park, play beach volleyball, relax in the sand, and more!

GOLFING
Furry Creek Golf & Country Club

150 Country Club Rd., Furry Creek BC V0N 3Z2

The courses here are consistently ranked among the highest throughout Canada and North America and have played host to the likes of Jack Nicklaus, Tiger Woods, Greg Norman, Fred Couples, Arnold Palmer, Tom Watson, Nick Faldo, and other top professionals in the sport.


Northlands Golf Course

3400 Anne Macdonald Way, North Vancouver BC V7G 2S7

Open 12 months of the year, the excellent drainage means Northlands always has great conditions. Visit their well-stocked golf shop for the latest gear and golf fashion, or learn about special times and rates for women and juniors. Join them for a great round of golf!

BREWERIES
Four Winds Brewing

4 - 7355 72 Street, Delta BC V4G 1L5

Four Winds joined the burgeoning BC craft beer scene and opened their doors in 2013. Inspired by the Four Winds in gathering flavours from the world to create unique West Coast and European styles. Situated just off the banks of the Fraser River in Delta BC, Four Winds brewery is geared towards bottle and draft production while the tasting room provides a unique and welcoming atmosphere for craft beer enthusiasts and newcomers alike.


Strange Fellows Brewing

1345 Clark Dr., Vancouver BC V5L 3K9

An East Vancouver craft brewery inspired by tradition and creativity that goes beyond the ordinary to celebrate that which is strange and extraordinary. The beer is influenced both by old world traditions and West Coast ingenuity, as well as by seasonal ingredients. Behind-the-scenes tours of the brewery are available by appointment.


Brassneck Brewing

2148 Main Street, Vancouver BC V5T 3C5

Brassneck opened in 2013. They are a little neighbourhood brewery with a Growler Shop & Tasting Room servicing the people of the Mount Pleasant and surrounding area. Brassneck likes to keep things simple and just serve the beer they brew with the occasional sausage. Brassneck's Tasting Room is small, fitting no more than 50 people - get there early!


33 Acres Brewing

15 W. 8th Avenue, Vancouver BC V5Y 1M8

33 Acres is located in Vancouver near a synthesis of forest and the Pacific. This is where they foster collectively to create a fine craft beer. 33 Acres was born in the spirit of community sharing of drink, food, conversation, space, and ideas. Every night you'll find a different food truck outside serving up tasty dishes to the area's bustling startup community.


Steel & Oak Brewing

1319 3rd Avenue, New Westminster BC V3M 1R2

Steel & Oak is located in the oldest city in Western Canada, New Westminster. It embodies the modernness of today while remaining dedicated to the craftsmanship of years long past. Using a mixture of North American, English and German brewing styles, techniques and ingredients, Steel & Oak explores new beer styles while constantly refining and perfecting the classics.


Parallel 49 Brewing

1950 Triumph Street, Vancouver BC V5L 1K5

Located in Vancouver, the story of Parallel 49 is a story of a brewery that strives to create clever and innovative beers that are highly drinkable. Visit the tasting room or take a tour of the brewery. Visit their website to see what's on tap now.


Red Truck Beer Company

295 E. 1st Avenue, Vancouver BC V5T A7

Red Truck Beer is built on the values of a simpler time, when bars served only beer and whiskey, when trucks were working vehicles, not status symbols, and when the only people you needed to share a sunset with were sitting right next to you. They keep their beer simple and serve a straightforward food menu. Visit Red Truck to find the freshest beer on four wheels.

DINING
Vancouver Foodie Tours

1592 Johnston Street, Vancouver BC V6B 2Z4

Enjoy one of four unique tours, including the Gastronomic Gastown Tour, the Granville Island Market Tour, the Guilty Pleasures Gourmet Tour, and the World's Best Food Truck Tour. Includes beautiful scenery, delish food tasting, and alcohol pairings. Visit them online to book your tour!


Maenam

1938 W. 4th Avenue, Vancouver BC V6J 1M5

Located in the heart of Kitsilano on bustling West 4th Avenue, Maenam serves authentic Thai cuisine with innovative twists on centuries-old recipes. From family-style dining to riffs on Thai street food, Chef Angus An's menu balances intense fresh flavours with seasonal ingredients and locally sourced products.


Blue Water Cafe

1095 Hamilton Street, Vancouver BC V6B 5T4

Blue Water Cafe is Vancouver's definitive destination for seafood, widely known for its excellence in celebrating the extraordinary flavours of BC. Consistently awarded "Best Seafood Restaurant" in Vancouver and recognized for its unparalleled service, an evening at Blue Water Cafe is truly an unforgettable experience and a favourite of the HEXONET executive team.


Hawksworth Restaurant

801 W. Georgia Street, Vancouver BC V6C 1P7

A celebration of Vancouver's cultural diversity and natural environment, Hawksworth Restaurant showcases ingredient led contemporary cuisine that demonstrates the highly skilled technique and relentless drive for perfection that has become Chef David Hawksworth's trademark. It is a five-time winner of Best Upscale Restaurant in Vancouver Magazine's Restaurant Awards.


Vij's

3106 Cambie Street, Vancouver BC V5Z 2W2

Vikram Vij opened Vij's restaurant in Vancouver in 1994, with Meeru Dhalwala joining him soon after to collaborate on a menu that would change the landscape of Indian cuisine in Canada. Using traditional Indian methods, spices, and culinary influences, and pairing them with sustainable, local produce from British Columbia, they created one of the best-known and most beloved Indian restaurants in North America.


Miku

70 - 200 Granville Street, Vancouver BC V6C 1S4

Situated along the Burrard Inlet next to the Vancouver landmark Canada Place, Miku delivers gourmet Aburi cuisine paired with its well known, energetic ambiance. Executive Corporate Chef Kazuya Matsuoka and Executive Chef Kazuhiro Hayashi take advantage of fresh, regional ingredients as well as Ocean Wise seafood options to showcase the best of what Vancouver has to offer. A stunning experience from room and view to food and cocktails.


Wildebeest

120 W. Hastings Street, Vancouver BC V6B 1G8

Experience deliciously decadent yet simple country cooking at its finest. Set against the history of the Vancouver neighbourhood of Gastown. Explore a locally-sourced farm to table menu paired with a diverse selection of Old and New World wines and a carefully crafted cocktail list.


L'Abattoir

217 Carrall Street, Vancouver BC V6B 2J2

L'Abattoir is located in the center of Gastown between historic Gaoler's Mews and Blood Alley. The restaurant was built in the 19th century and is the site of Vancouver's first jail. Originally buttressed to the city's main butchery and meat packing district, the name L'Abattoir pays homage to the neighbourhood's colourful past. The French-influenced West Coast fare is paired with an eclectic wine program and innovative cocktail list to offer a truly unique dining experience.


The Acorn Restaurant

3995 Main Street, Vancouver BC V5V 3P3

The Acorn is an award-winning, vegetable-forward restaurant and bar located at the heart of Vancouver's Main Street. It's a destination for diners seeking the best and most creative meals made from fresh, locally sourced ingredients. Carefully crafted dishes cater to vegans and gluten-free diners while ensuring that even the staunchest meat eaters leave fully satisfied.


Bao Bei

163 Keefer Street, Vancouver BC V6A 1X4

Bao Bei is a unique restaurant in Chinatown that cultivates simple intimate dining experiences by providing small plates meant to be shared amongst a close group of friends and family. Influences are taken from Taiwan and Shanghai as well as the Sichuan province but they continue to look for ideas and inspiration to keep the flavours true but to take a more modern approach to Chinese cuisine.


Tacofino

2327 E. Hastings, Vancouver BC V5L 1V6 OR 1025 Mainland Street, Vancouver BC V6B 5P9 OR 15 W. Cordova Street, Vancouver BC V6B 1C8

From the back of a surf shop parking lot in Tofino, British Columbia emerged a concept - to infuse the experiences of travels with West Coast roots and bring them to life. Tacofino is inspired by the bold flavours and back alley BBQs they have encountered while hitting up surf destinations all over the world, and the tortilla is a beautiful vessel to bring it all together. A meal here will definitely give you street-cred with the locals.


Nuba

146 E. 3rd Avenue, Vancouver BC V5T 1C8 OR 207 W. Hastings Street, Vancouver BC V6B 1K6 OR 508 Davie Street, Vancouver BC V6B 3N9 OR 3116 W. Broadway, Vancouver BC V6K 2G9

Often regarded as one of the world's healthiest cuisines, Lebanese food combines the sophistication and subtleties of European cuisines with the exotic ingredients of the Middle and the Far East. Nuba offers authentic Lebanese cuisine in harmony and rhythm with modern times. Food and juices are made to order.


Flying Beaver Pub

4760 Inglis Dr., Richmond BC V7B 1W4

The Flying Beaver Pub offers great microbrew beers and inspired menus in a unique West Coast environment. Throughout the summer, the patio is open for plane spotting and taking in the panorama of the Georgia Straight, the Gulf Islands and Vancouver Island in the west.


Milltown Bar & Grill

101 - 9191 Bentley Street, Vancouver BC V6P 6G2

Overlook the marina or watch the planes land while you enjoy delicious not your average pub-fare, paired with beer, ciders or cocktails. Kick back and relax to live music on Friday's, lace-up your dance shoes for a DJ-takeover on Saturday's, or partake in a lively Trivia night Thursday evenings.

HOTELS & CASINOS
Wedgewood Hotel & Spa

845 Hornby Street, Vancouver BC V6Z 1V1

The Wedgewood Hotel & Spa is a luxury, boutique hotel in the heart of downtown Vancouver. The hotel is one of the only hotels in Vancouver with private balconies offering a stunning view of the city.


The Westin Bayshore

1601 Bayshore Dr., Vancouver BC V6G 2V4

Experience the unbridled energy of downtown Vancouver. Boasting unparalleled views of the mountains, the coastline, and scenic Stanley Park, The Westin Bayshore provides an elegant, restful base from which to explore.


Opus Vancouver

322 Davie Street, Vancouver BC V6B 5Z6

A uniquely stylish, always fresh hotel. Opus Vancouver has received the coveted Forbes Four-Star rating from 2013 through 2018. Located in Yaletown, Opus is more than somewhere to stay, it's something you can be a part of.


Fairmont Hotel Vancouver

900 W. Georgia Street, Vancouver BC V6C 2W6

Fairmont Hotel is known as the "Castle in the City" and reflects timeless luxury and history of Vancouver. Holding a prime downtown location, they are minutes away from some of Vancouver's biggest attractions including Granville Island, Robson Street shopping, the Stanley Park seawall, the Vancouver Aquarium, Gastown, Canada Place, and Science World.


Four Seasons Hotel

791 W. Georgia Street, Vancouver BC V6C 2T4

In the center of it all and with outdoor adventure just minutes away, Four Seasons Hotel Vancouver encompasses the very best of this active, forward-looking city. Four Seasons Hotel Vancouver is a recipient of the prestigious Forbes Five Star rating, a coveted honour awarded to only two high-achieving Vancouver hotels.


Parq Vancouver

39 Smithe Street, Vancouver BC V6B 0R3

A new international entertainment destination, located in downtown Vancouver, next to the BC Place Stadium, Parq Vancouver features two luxury hotels which include a JW Marriott and the DOUGLAS. Both hotels provide guests access to Parq Vancouver's wide range of amenities, including downtown's only casino, eight diverse restaurants, and lounges, a 30,000 square foot park with native trees located 6 floors above sea level, a world-class spa, a modern fitness studio and more.


River Rock Casino Resort

8811 River Road, Richmond BC V6X 3P8

The possibilities are endless in British Columbia's largest casino! Their diverse floor will dazzle you with table games, more than 1,100 slots, a dedicated Poker room, high limit VIP rooms and more! From there, hop on the Canada Line SkyTrain (located across the casino) for a night on the town in downtown Vancouver.

HIDDEN GEMS
Off The Tracks Bistro

1363 Railspur Alley, Granville Island

Located in one of the best artisan walkways in the city, this HEXONET team favourite coffee shop, is known for delicious locally roasted coffee, a tasty menu made with sustainable and organic ingredients, great local craft beer, and is a true hub for the arts and Vancouver's easygoing vibe. Make sure to look out for Karim Jiwani, one of our domain industry peers, that left the industry a while ago and has since taken on a variety of successful ventures, including Off The Tracks!


Shebeen Whiskey House

210 Carrall Street, Vancouver BC V6B 2J2

A whiskey bar hidden in the back of the Irish Heather Gastropub in Gastown provides a laidback environment with an offering of an incredible selection of whiskey. A must-see for whiskey lovers and adventure hounds!


Prohibition

801 West Georgia Street, Vancouver BC V6C 1P7

Located in the Rosewood Hotel Georgia, Prohibition is a throwback to the age of decadence, glamour, and prosperity, and takes guests back in time to the Roaring Twenties. Live musical entertainment and sleek interiors create an intimate, sophisticated ambiance reminiscent of the era's speakeasies. The diverse menu includes some of the rarest finds the world has to offer.


Steveston Village

Located in Richmond, the historic fishing village of Steveston is one of Richmond's most popular destinations. Learn, explore, shop, eat, and attend festivals. There is something for everyone in this historic, and bustling Richmond village.

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