Stanley Park Seawall
Built between 1917 and 1980, the 8.8km seawall trail is Vancouver's favorite outdoor hangout. Encircling the entire park, it offers...
Stanley Park's biggest draw, the aquarium is home to 9000 water-loving critters – including sharks, wolf eels, beluga whales and a...
Stanley Park Horse-Drawn Carriages
These narrated, one-hour tours offer a leisurely but informative way to see the park without having to walk. Tours depart from near the...
Theatre Under the Stars
The old-school Malkin Bowl is an atmospheric open-air venue in which to catch a summertime show. The season never gets too serious,...
Stanley's Park Bar & Grill
Overlooking the gardens and the Malkin Bowl outdoor theater, this casual summer-only resto-bar in the Tudor-style pavilion building has...
Lonely Planet review
The park's eastern peninsula, this picturesque kneecap of land contains Brockton Oval cricket pitch (both Don Bradman and Freddie Trueman have played here), the squat Brockton Point Lighthouse (where Arnold Schwarzenegger handed the Olympic torch to Sebastian Coe before the 2010 Winter Olympics) and the electrically fired Nine O'Clock Gun . But the highlight is the clutch of eight colorful totem poles . A favorite tour-bus lure, these are actually photogenic replicas of the originals that were moved here from Alert Bay. In 2008 they were joined by three n-shaped carved 'gateways' created to welcome visitors by the First Nations who originally called the park home.