PNE (Pacific National Exhibition). Home to Playland and host to various concerts and events.
Address: 2901 East Hastings Street, Vancouver, BC
The Orpheum was the largest and most opulent theatre on the Pacific Coast. The City of Vancouver purchased the theatre on March 19, 1974 and undertook a complete restoration of the theatre’s interior. The Orpheum re-opened on April 2, 1977 as the permanent home of the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra and a restored concert hall that hosts a variety of pop, classical, choral and chamber recitals. It is also an ideal venue for concert recordings, conference sessions, seminars and film shoots.
New Revue Stage. The Vancouver Theatre Sports League is a non-profit organization that represents theatre for everyone…and great entertainment! Our brand of improvisation is a highly theatrical fusion of comedy and tragedy coupled with the enthusiasm and excitement of professional sport.
Address: 1601 Johnston Street on Granville Island, BC.
Museum of Anthropology. The mission of the Museum of Anthropology is to investigate, preserve, and present objects and expressions of human creativity in order to promote understanding of and respect for world cultures.
Maritime Museum is the principal maritime museum on the Pacific Coast of Canada, and Greater Vancouver region’s link to maritime history, art, culture and technology. Their programs and exhibits relate to the past, to the present, and look to the future.
H.R. MacMillan Space Centre.To educate, inspire, and evoke a sense of wonder about the universe, our planet, and space exploration.
Roger’s Arena. Home to the Vancouver Canucks and host of many concerts and events.
Granville Island. Journey through the bustle of narrow streets, witness art in the making, and discover a unique selection of items you can’t find anywhere else in the city. Enjoy a cool spray at the Kid’s Water Park or just sit back, relax, and soak up the atmosphere on one of Granville Island’s many great patios. Sift through the aromas of fresh food, the wonderful sounds of buskers, or immerse yourself in the unrivalled excitement of live theatre. Experience the intertwined wonders of culture, food, history and fun – all smack dab in the middle of the city.
Ecomarine. Ocean kayaking at English Bay. Lessons, rentals, sales and tours are available. They are also located at Granville Island and Jericho Beach.
Dr. Sun YatSen Classical Chinese Garden. Located in Chinatown.
Follow Grant McConachie Way E and SW Marine Dr to Byrne Rd in Burnaby. Take Southridge Dr, Tenth Ave and Canada Way to 6th St. Destination will be on the left.
Take YVR Skytrain – Platform sign “Canada Line to Waterfront”. Transfer Skytrain at Vancouver City Centre Station. Take expo line skytrain – Platform sign “Expo Line to King George/Production Way” until Edmonds station. Take Translint Bus – 106 from Edmonds station Bay 4 to Edmonds St NS 6 St. Head northeast on Edmonds St toward 6th St. Approximately 75 minutes.
Interstate 5 becomes Highway 99 North.Take exit 16 for BC-91 N toward North Delta/New Westminster. Use the right 2 lanes to take exit 11 for Route 91A toward New Westminster. Use any lane to take the 20th Street/6th Avenue exit toward New Westminster. Use any lane to turn left onto 20th St/Twentieth St. Turn right onto Tenth Ave. Turn left onto Canada Way. Turn right onto Edmonds St. Turn right at the 1st cross street onto 6th St. Destination will be on the left.
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