This tour is the perfect route for garden and nature lovers. It takes you through the two most beautiful gardens in Vancouver. Van Dusen Botanical Garden is a spectacular 55-acre garden of international stature in the heart of Vancouver. The plant collections represent ecosystems that range from tropical South Africa, to the Himalayas, to South America and the Mediterranean, across Canada’s Boreal forests and Great Plains to plants native to our own Pacific Northwest. Queen Elizabeth Park is famous for being the highest point in the city, standing at 501 feet (167 meters) above sea level. The views from Queen Elizabeth Park are absolutely stunning!
This walking tour takes you through the fastest route to complete the “K-Crew Bonus Mission: The Shadow Collector”. Enjoy the five magnificent Vancouver Biennale public artworks you have helped the police department recover while you look for the clues to hack into the villian's mainframe computer. Good luck and be safe! Click here to play the KCrew Detective - Case of English Bay Bandits Game.
This self-guided tour takes you through the Golden Village in north Richmond No. 3 Road. You will find monumental artworks in the midst of Asian-themed and Western-style shopping malls. Richmond has the largest immigrant population by proportion of any city in Canada with the majority of those immigrants being of Asian descent. The tour includes a public art tour of the Richmond Oval, home to long track speed skating during 2010 Olympic Winter Games.
This self-guided walking tour takes you through Vancouver’s new waterfront high-rise residential community in Coal Harbour. Its streets, parks and open spaces are rich in public art from private development, the City of Vancouver and the Vancouver Biennale (2009-2011).
This tour starts from Robson Street, one of the city’s most vibrant character areas. You will visit eastbound on West Georgia Street and discover the often unseen private development public art inside office buildings. The walk then continues to Yaletown. Yaletown previously was an industrial warehouse district and now Yaletown has developed into a bustling community with high rises, restaurants and nightclubs.
This self-guided walking tour takes you through the most popular sunbathing, swimming, and sunset-watching beach in the downtown Vancouver area. The tour starts from Denman Street at Davie and takes you to Kitsilano Beach on the south shore of English Bay. While you marvel at the beauty of nature, you will enjoy the public artwork from the City of Vancouver and Vancouver Biennale (2009-2011) along the beachfront.