Sightseeing in Vancouver

Membership or Admission to Beaty Biodiversity Museum at the UBC Campus (Up to 51% Off). 5 Options Available.

Beaty Biodiversity Museum at the UBC Campus

Vancouver

The museum features 20,000 sq. ft. of exhibits and showcases over 500 permanent exhibits, temporary exhibits and interactive activities

C$35 C$17

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Two-Hour or Full-Day Bike Rental for One or Two from English Bay Bike Rentals (Up to 51% Off)

English Bay Bike Rentals

West End

Each rider receives a helmet and lock before pedalling away to explore Vancouver on a hybrid or mountain bike

C$18 C$9

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One-Day Unlimited Hop-On, Hop-Off City Bus Tour for One or Two from Big Bus Ltd. (Up to 46% Off)

Big Bus Ltd.

Vancouver

Double-decker and convertible buses make stops at more than 20 of Vancouver’s most interesting sites; guests may hop on and off at will

C$40 C$22.99

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Visit for Two Adults or Family of Four to Vancouver Police Museum (Up to 50% Off)

Vancouver Police Museum

Downtown Eastside

Selection of 20,000 police- and crime-related artifacts displayed in the building that once housed Vancouver’s coroner’s court and morgue

C$24 C$12

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Three-Hour Bike Tour for Two or Four from Adventure Mountain Bike Tours (50% Off)

Adventure Mountain Bike Tours

West End

Shuttles transport bikers to the North Shore trails for a three-hour experience biking through beautiful forested terrain

C$198 C$99

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Cruise with Light Dinner and Dancing for Two, Four, or Eight from Vancouver Cruises (Up to 53% Off)

Vancouver Cruises

Vancouver

Enjoy a dinner and dance themed cruise, such as Latin Salsa or Blues-Jazz, aboard a luxury cruise ship sailing along the Vancouver harbor

C$399.60 C$189

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$12 for Admission for Two to Dr Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden ($24 Value)

Dr Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden

Downtown Vancouver

This tranquil and beautiful Chinese garden was built by artisans from Suzhou following traditions that go back thousands of years

C$24 C$12

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Murders, Mysteries & Mayhem Halloween Walking Tour for Two or Four from Tour Guys Vancouver (Up to 53% Off)

Tour Guys Vancouver

Centennial Fountain at Vancouver Art Gallery

Charismatic guides tell true stories of violent crimes, dangerous riots, and sinister history

C$52 C$26

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Admission to the Greenheart Canopy Walkway for One Person or a Family at UBC Botanical Garden (Up to 50% Off)

UBC Botanical Garden

Vancouver

Visitors enjoy views from 308-metre-long aerial trail system suspended 22 meters in the air and get admission to UBC Botanical Garden

C$21 C$10.50

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Architectural Walking Tour for Two or Four from Architectural Institute of British Columbia (Up to 55% Off)

Architectural Institute of British Columbia

Multiple Locations

Guide leads walkers of all ages and abilities on one of twelve routes around Victoria or Vancouver to discover architecture and history

C$20 C$10

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240 East Cordova Street used to be the address where Vancouver?s police officers, morticians, judges, and dead converged. The building, which was built in 1932, served as the city?s coroner?s court and morgue until the 1980s and the city analyst?s lab until 1995. Countless toxicology tests and several high-profile investigations have taken place between the building?s walls, including the Castellani Milkshake Murder and Errol Flynn?s autopsy. Fittingly, given the building?s significance to Vancouver's criminal-justice history, it is now home to the Vancouver Police Museum.

To date, the museum staff has curated a selection of approximately 20,000 historical artifacts, including confiscated weapons, counterfeit currency, photographs, paperwork, and vintage police vehicles. Currently, 40 per cent of the collection is on display in the museum?s several exhibits, one of which allows visitors to explore a coroner?s forensic lab. The museum also offers educational programs such as walking tours and a two-hour forensic-science program. During this program, guests scour a faux crime scene for clues and try to prevent the brash, young rookie cop from running off into the night to find the perpetrator.

240 E Cordova St.
Vancouver,
BC
CA

Cities are the ultimate conglomerations, existing as both the collections of people, institutions, and locations that currently compose them as well as the memories of all of the bygone inhabitants that came before. Without some concept of that past, current-day residents are hard-pressed to really understand their present. Fortunately, the historians at Museum of Vancouver keep visitors in the know with expertly curated exhibits revealing the unforgettable events that shaped the city's character. Rotating exhibits each year showcase introspective works. 2014's feature exhibit, Rewilding Vancouver, explores humankind's relationship with nature through the lens of Vancouver's historical ecology. Complete with area taxidermy specimens, 3D models, soundscapes, videos, and photo interventions, visitors encounter Vancouver's dominant species, fish-bearing streams underneath city streets, and a life-sized creation of the now-extinct Steller?s Sea Cow. Additionally, the Museum of Vancouver?s history galleries tell the city?s stories from the early 1900s through the late 1970s.

1100 Chestnut St.
Vancouver,
BC
CA

Helmed by Artistic Director Leila Getz, the Vancouver Recital Society has drawn internationally acclaimed artists to British Columbia for more than three decades. Over the years, the society has dazzled audiences with concerts by celebrity cellist Yo-Yo Ma and recitals by violin virtuoso Itzhak Perlman. With recitals spread across four of Vancouver’s most esteemed venues, the Vancouver Recital Society packs every season with esteemed and seasoned luminaries, while introducing audiences to future generations of classical royalty.

873 Beatty St
Vancouver,
BC
CA