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Established the same year that Canada became a nation, Gastown grew into Canada's third largest city and one of its most cosmopolitan. But the Gastown district today retains its historic charm, independent spirit and distinctiveness. There’s no...
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Where else in the world can rusty tin-sided factories boast rebirth as a Public Market, an art school, shops, restaurants, theatres, galleries, a hotel, and a great deal more? It's a remarkable thing, this island in the middle of a city of two...
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Bard on the Beach Shakespeare Festival’s 18th season runs May 31 to September 23, 2007 in open-ended tents on the waterfront in Vanier Park, against a spectacular backdrop of mountains, sea & sky. The Mainstage tent features Shakespeare’s...
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Originally opened on November 7, 1927 as a vaudeville house, the Orpheum was the largest and most opulent theatre on the Pacific Coast. The City of Vancouver purchased the theatre on March 19, 1974 and undertook a complete restoration of the theatre...
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Stanley Park, Vancouver's first, is an evergreen oasis of 1,000 acres close to the heart of Vancouver's downtown core. Its natural west coast atmosphere offering a back drop of majestic cedar, hemlock and fir trees embraces visitors and transports...
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The Vancouver Art Gallery, the largest art gallery in western Canada, presents national and international exhibitions of works by a range of artists, from groundbreaking contemporary visionaries to historical masters. Founded in 1931, the Gallery has...
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Using a giant 5 storey screen and wraparound sound, IMAX and IMAX 3D films put you in the picture. Spectacular features celebrate such themes as wildlife, popular destinations and amazing adventures. Films are 35-45 minutes.
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Themed Exhibits from Canada's largest private collection of 250 relevant antique and vintage motorcycles spanning 50 manufacturers. This motorcycle museum also offers meeting facilities and private venue rentals for unique events.
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It's an experience. The Hill's Native Art Gallery, established in 1946, is where traditional and contemporary First Nations' and Inuit art is celebrated and preserved. Discover a captivating atmosphere that inspires with a warm and colourful space...
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New expressionist paintings of Japan by Vancouver artist David Tycho.
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