Human Features

Human Features of Vancouver

Capilano Suspension Bridge

Capilano Suspension Bridge

This bridge was opened in 1889.  The Capilano Suspension Bridge is a swaying bridge located over a plummeting canyon.  This footbridge spans 70-metre deep river canyon.  The bridge then leads into an activity park that is filled with plenty of forest trails and treetop walkthroughs.

Queen Elizabeth Park

Queen Elizabeth Park

This park marks the highest point of Vancouver.  Its elevated location spot allows excellent views of the City Centre and the North Mountains.  There are some recreational offerings these include; Pitch-and-Put Golf, Tennis, Disk Golf and many dining areas for families to try out.

Vancouver Aquarium

Vancouver Aquarium

There are over 50,000 amazing types of fish to see, the fish are from all over the world.  Fish from the Arctic to the Amazon all live in the aquarium.  There are daily Beluga Whale Dolphin and Sea Otter shows for families to come and enjoy.  You can even come and try out the hands on animal experience, the kids love to participate in this activity.

Vancouver Maritime Meuseum

Vancouver Maritime Museum

This museum goes back in time to 1944, on board the St Roch, this is Canada’s RCMP schooner.  Exhibits such as shipwrecks, early fur trade, deep sea explorations and much more. All this is here to seen in the Vancouver Maritime Museum.