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The entrance to the Vancouver Maritime Museum

Navigate the Vancouver Maritime Museum Like a Pro

The Vancouver Maritime Museum has an extensive collection of maritime art, photography and interactive displays that provide visitors with a fascinating glimpse into the city’s rich nautical history. This small hidden treasure is guaranteed to have something for visitors of all...

A pond at VanDusen Garden, Vancouver

A VanDusen Garden Guide+Skip the Line Tickets

VanDusen Garden is a 22 hectare urban oasis that is home to over 7500 plant species sourced from all over the world. The vivid colours and sweet aromas are guaranteed to instill a sense of peace and tranquility in visitors of all ages, making it the perfect foil to the hustle and bustle...

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Vancouver to Victoria: A Definitive Transport Guide

Victoria’s colonial architecture, stunning scenery and bohemian ambiance currently attracts around 4 million visitors a year, making it one of Canada’s hottest tourist destinations. Better yet, it’s close vicinity makes it a perfect side-trip for those already visiting the Vancity...

The entrance to the Vancouver Art Gallery

A Vancouver Art Gallery Guide+Skip the Line Tickets

While Vancouver is clearly more famous for its mountains than its mosaics, who says the city can’t do art? In fact the Vancouver Art Gallery is conveniently located right in the heart of the city’s downtown. This allows visitors to add in a little culture with their nature with a...

The Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden

The Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden: A Guide

Having been dubbed “the best urban garden in the world” by National Geographic, the Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden is undoubtedly Chinatown’s main attraction. This tranquil oasis provides locals and visitors alike with a peaceful sanctuary from the hustle and bustle of urban...

The entrance to the Vancouver Police Museum

Your Vancouver Police Museum Visitors Guide

If you’re a fan of murder mystery novels or television forensic science dramas, then the Vancouver Police Museum is just the attraction for you. It’ll give you a rare firsthand look at the history of crime, law enforcement and forensic science in the City of Vancouver. We’re here to...

A skier jumps on Grouse Mountain in front of the Vancouver skyline

Vancouver Skiing Guide + Discount Lift Tickets for 2020

When talking about Vancouver skiing us locals are a bunch of braggarts. We’ll tell you it’s the only city in the world where you can walk on the beach and hit the slopes on the same day. It’s (technically) true. I’ll show you how to do it here with my guide on...

The Steamclock, Gastown Vancouver

Gastown Vancouver Neighbourhood Guide

A recent revitalization of Gastown Vancouver, the city’s oldest neighbourhood, has added some refinement to the mix. It’s no longer a place for miners, drunks, and pool hall hustlers. We’re now treated to world-class restaurants, bars, and shopping. Here’s how...

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