Coal Harbour Seawall
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Coal Harbour Seawall information
An idyllic waterfront stroll from Canada Place to Stanley Park, this is a perfect way to spend a sunny afternoon. Along the 2km or so, you'll take in the convention center art and history-paneled seawalk, the cooling grassy nook of Harbour Green Park and the Light Shed artwork – a replica of one of the marine sheds that once lined this area.
Look out for the cozy houseboats in the marina near the Westin Bayshore hotel, where Howard Hughes holed up for three months in 1972. Continue a few more minutes and you'll be on the fringes of Stanley Park.