Yaletown & Granville Island attractions

Top Choice Market in Yaletown & Granville Island

Granville Island Public Market

Granville Island's highlight is the covered Public Market, a multisensory smorgasbord of fish, cheese, fruit and bakery treats. Pick up some fixings for a picnic at nearby Vanier Park or hit the international food c…
Museum in Yaletown & Granville Island

BC Sports Hall of Fame & Museum

Inside BC Place Stadium, this small but perfectly formed attraction showcases top BC athletes, both amateur and professional, with galleries devoted to each decade in sports. There are medals, trophies and sporting …
Stadium in Yaletown & Granville Island

BC Place Stadium

Vancouver's main sports arena is home to two professional teams: the BC Lions Canadian Football League team and the Vancouver Whitecaps soccer team. Also used for major rock concerts and consumer shows, the renovate…
Park in Yaletown & Granville Island

David Lam Park

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. It's an ideal launch point for a seawall walk along the n…
Market in Yaletown & Granville Island

Portobello West

This weekend-long arts, crafts and fashion market runs four times a year – one for each season – in the cavernous Creekside Community Centre in the Olympic Village. Expect to find an eclectic blend of handmade, one-…
Area in Yaletown & Granville Island

Railspur Alley

Seemingly far from the madding crowds of the Public Market – at least on summer days when every tourist in town seems to be there – this back-alley strip is a relaxing alternative. You'll find a short string of uniq…
Market in Yaletown & Granville Island

Kids Market

A nightmare if you stroll in by mistake, this two-story mini–shopping mall for under-10s is bustling with 25 kid-friendly stores, mostly of the toy variety. If your child's interests extend beyond Lego, there are al…
Arts Center in Yaletown & Granville Island

Roundhouse Community Arts & Recreation Centre

The home of the Engine 374 Pavilion, Yaletown's main community gathering space colonizes a handsomely restored heritage railway roundhouse. It offers a full roster of events and courses for locals and visitors, incl…
Landmark in Yaletown & Granville Island

Totem Pole

Almost hidden in a quiet corner of Granville Island, this 17-meter-high pole was erected in 1999 and was carved via the joint efforts of more than 800 people. There's a hidden time capsule buried in its base but don…
Museum in Yaletown & Granville Island

Engine 374 Pavilion

May 23, 1887, was an auspicious date for Vancouver. That's when Engine 374 pulled the very first transcontinental passenger train into the fledgling city, symbolically linking the country and kick-starting the event…