Queen Elizabeth Park
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A short 20min walk away is Vancouver's iconic and beautiful QE Park, with trails, pit & putt course, tennis courts, restaurants and a botanical gardens. The cherry blossoms in the spring are an incredible sight!
The highest point in Vancouver, Queen Elizabeth Park is a natural choice for a fantastic view of the city and the North Shore mountains beyond.
Public park, flower gardens, cherry blossom festival in the spring, best place to view a super moon in the city. Close to hip Main Street shops, coffee, restaurants, pubs and the Baseball stadium.
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“You could spend days in Stanley Park, with all there is to see and do there. Bike or walk around the seawall; run or walk the interior trails; visit the Aquarium or nearby artist walk; visit the totem poles; relax on the beaches; and so much more!”
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“Paid admission, very tranquil, beautiful gardens, restaurant with patio overlooking the gardens. Amazing light festival during the Christmas season. ”
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“Canada's largest aquarium and one of the most visited sites in Stanley Park. It is home to more than 70,000 creatures including dolphins, sea otters, anacondas, three-toed sloths, eels and more.”
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“Nice place to check out art.. in the winter time there is also a skating rink”
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“The museum explores cultures from around the globe but mainly focuses on British Columbia's First Nations culture. Located on the University of British Columbia's campus the museum is near the botanical gardens.”
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