Best Honeymoon Destinations Guide

Romantic Places in Vancouver, Canada

Vancouver is a city full of life situated on the west coast seaport in British Columbia. It is surrounded by mountains and offers outdoor activities of all kinds. It has some flourishing art, theater and music scenes. There is so much for you in this city that you may plan to settle here. If you are planning a vacation to Vancouver, then there are some tourist attractions that you should not miss. The city if full of actions and it even has something in store for you. So check out on what all may attract you in Vancouver.

Best Romantic Places in Vancouver

Capilano Suspension Bridge

Walk on the swaying suspension bridge which is 450 feet long and 230 feet high. The bridge stretches across a canyon and Capilano River. You get the most scenic view of the Rainforest from this height.

Capilano Suspension Bridge

Photo Credit – Michelle Lee

Vancouver Aquarium

Home to almost 70,000 creatures from the Arctic to Amazon, this aquarium is a fun activity for those interested in marine life. You will love the dolphin & beluga whale shows, sea otter feeds, shark dives and everything else that happen in the largest aquarium of Canada.

Harbor Cruise

Explore the city of Vancouver on a cruise ride. Harbor cruise is a sightseeing company that offers you the opportunity to view the amazing sunset. Enjoy a delicious meal on the cruise with your friends and family.

Harbor Cruise

Photo Credit – Steven Lee

Dr. Sun Yat Sen Classical Chinese Garden

Covered walkways and beautiful pavilions adorn this beautiful garden. The jade green pond, koi fish, collection of 150-year old miniature trees and Tai Hu rock imported from China, are a few things that will not fail to impress you.

Dr. Sun Yat Sen Classical Chinese Garden

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Stanley Parks Horse Drawn Tours

Step on an old fashioned horse drawn carriage and explore the natural beauty of Vancouver Park. The carriage a stop at the world famous Totem Poles and features the Rose Garden, the Lions Gate Bridge, a coastal Red-Cedar forest, Deadman’s Island, the Girl in a Wetsuit Statue and the Empress of Japan Figurehead.

Stanley Park Horse Drawn

Photo Credit – Kerrie H

Vancouver Art Gallery

A wide collection of contemporary art work from across the globe is a must see for those who admire creativity in art form. The Gallery showcases four floors of absolute creativity. Don’t miss the collection of work by Emily Carr.

Vancouver Art Gallery

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Science World at TELUS World of Science

Interested in the world of s wonders of science? Then visit the TELUS World of Science. The amazing displays, live science demonstrations and exhibitions are surely going to make you an erudite scholar.

Telus World of Science

Photo Credit – Jason Mrachina

Grouse Mountain

Take a Grouse Mountain sky ride and enjoy the splendor of the Grouse Mountain. If you plan to visit this place in spring you can even go hiking on the Grouse Grind. The mountain also offer zip line tours.

Grouse Mountain

Photo Credit – Jason Mrachina

Museum of Anthropology at UBC

More than 42,000 ethnographic objects, 535,000 archaeological objects, Canada’s most important European ceramics collections and around 10,000 objects from around the world are featured in this museum.

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