David Lam Park
Engine 374 Pavilion
In Vancouver's history, 23 May 1887 is an auspicious date. It was the day when Engine 374 pulled the first transcontinental passenger...
Roundhouse Community Arts & Recreation Centre
Home of the Engine 374 Pavilion, Yaletown's main community gathering space colonizes the handsomely restored heritage railway...
Reckless Bike Stores
Yaletown's favorite haunt for club-loving professionals who want to let their hair down after a hard week has a scrubbed beatnik...
Rodney's Oyster House
Vancouver's favorite oyster eatery for many years, Rodney's always has a buzz about it. And it's not just because of the convivial room...
cnr Drake St & Pacific Blvd · interesting places nearby
David Lam Park information
A crooked elbow of landscaped waterfront at the neck of False Creek, Yaletown's main green space is sometimes used for free alfresco summer movie screenings. An ideal launch point for a seawall walk along the north bank of False Creek to Science World, you'll pass intriguing public artworks and the glass condo towers that transformed the neighborhood in the 1990s.
Look out for birdlife along the route and ask the locals about the unexpected 2010 visit from a grey whale in these waters. It brought thousands of disbelieving Vancouverites to the shoreline.