Stanley Park Nature House
Illuminating the breathtaking array of flora and fauna just steps from the busy streets of the West End, this charming nature center is...
This magnificent 404-hectare park combines excellent attractions with a mystical natural aura. Don’t miss a stroll or cycle (rentals...
Lord Stanley Statue
A 1960 bronze commemorating Sir Frederick Arthur Stanley, the man who gave his name to the park plus the National Hockey League's top...
Stanley's Bar & Grill
Tucked into one end of the handsome, century-old Stanley Park Pavilion, snag a patio seat under the gigantic red parasols here and grab...
A West End favorite, this incredibly tiny ramen house – it has fewer than 20 seats – combines good service with perfect comfort dishes....
Lost Lagoon information
This rustic area near Stanley Park's entrance was originally part of Coal Harbour. But after a causeway was built in 1916, the new body of water was re-named, transforming itself into a freshwater lake a few years later. Today it's a nature sanctuary – keep your eyes peeled for beady-eyed blue herons – and its perimeter pathway is a favored stroll for nature-huggers.
The excellent, free-entry Stanley Park Nature House provides exhibits and illumination on the park's wildlife, history and ecology. Ask about its fascinating park walks, covering everything from bird-watching strolls to artsy ambles around the park.