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...
Second Beach & Third Beach
Second Beach is a family-friendly area on Stanley Park's western side, with a grassy playground, an ice-cream-serving concession and the...
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...
Part of the permanently popular Sylvia Hotel, this was Vancouver's first cocktail bar when it opened in the mid-1950s. Now a comfy,...
Reservations are not taken but it's worth queuing to get into one of Vancouver's most popular Spanish tapas joints. The tables are...
Stanley Park information
This magnificent 404-hectare park combines excellent attractions with a mystical natural aura. Don’t miss a stroll or cycle (rentals near the W Georgia St entrance) around the 8.8km seawall: a kind of visual spa treatment fringed by a 150,000-tree temperate rainforest, it’ll take you past the park’s popular totem poles.