When docking at Vancouver’s Canada Place Cruise Ship Terminal, you'll find yourself right in the heart of the city's downtown core. Getting around is easy and attractions are within arm’s reach so no matter how much time you have here, you can fit some sightseeing in. Most of these attractions are within walking distance, otherwise there are buses and cabs readily available.
The first stop right outside your cruise ship is FlyOver Canada, the country’s only 4D flight simulation. Take in the sights, smells and sounds of Canada as you enjoy a virtual journey across Canada – it's breathtaking!
Vancouver’s oldest neighborhood, Gastown, is a short walk away from the ship and there you will enjoy the cobbled streets, charming architecture, art galleries, cafes and trendy restaurants. The Steam Clock and statue of Gassy Jack are two popular monuments for a great photo opportunity.
The Seawall is one of the city's most iconic attractions and a great way to stretch those legs. Walk, bike or run along this beautiful paved path along the ocean's edge – the views are spectacular! Not to mention, it's literally right outside the ship.
The Seawall stretches around Stanley Park and it’s there that you can check out the Vancouver Aquarium, beaches, gardens and a horse-drawn carriage ride. Larger than New York City's Central Park, Stanley Park is chock-full of things to do and see.