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Our 33 Stops!

A national icon, Canada Place in downtown Vancouver is home to the Vancouver Convention and Exhibition Centre, easily identified by the ten white sails representing each Canadian province. Canada Place’s sails light up in a dynamic display of imagery, light and animation during annual events such as the Sails of Light.

Overlooking the scenic Vancouver harbour and walking distance to Stanley Park, shopping and the Vancouver Convention & Exhibition Centre. The Trolley stops right in front of the Marriott Hotel.

 

Marriott Pinnacle Hotel: 1128 West Hastings Street
Vancouver Renaissance Hotel: 1133 West Hastings Street

The only Vancouver hotel to be awarded five keys, the highest rating, by the HAC Green Key Program, Hyatt Regency Vancouver uses the services of Bullfrog Power (100% green electricity from wind power) for all its meeting rooms. Adjacent to exclusive shopping in Royal Centre, 2 blocks from Pacific Centre and Robson Street and various sports complexes and theaters.

 

Hyatt Regency Hotel: 655 Burrard Street

Enjoy shopping, dining, entertainment, cultural attractions and one of the world’s most beautiful waterfronts – just steps from the Holiday Inn.

 

Holiday Inn Hotel: 1060 Howe Street

The Residence Inn by Marriott is a short walk away from Davie Street, Vancouver’s vibrant gay friendly community full of cafes, eateries, pubs, nightclubs & shops. The Pride Parade takes place every summer along Davie. The Residence Inn by Marriott is a place to call home during your visit as it is a zero waste, extended-stay hotel.

 

Residence Inn by Marriott

1234 Hornby Street

www.marriott.com/yvrdr

The Sheraton Wall Centre was completed in 2001 and is one of Vancouver’s highest skyscrapers located in the downtown peninsula. Easily recognizable from various films such as X-Men: The Last Stand and other TV shows filmed in Vancouver, it is a Vancouver landmark in itself. Across the street is St. Andrew’s-Wesley United Church, First Baptist Church and Saint Paul’s Hospital founded in 1894.


Sheraton Wall Centre: 1088 Burrard Street

Our stop is across the street from The Sutton Place Hotel in front of Don Francesco’s famous Italian fine dining restaurant. The Sutton Place Hotel is located half a block away from Robson Street, Vancouver’s premium outdoor shopping street.  Just up the street, past Robson is the CTV news headquarters.


Sutton Place Hotel: 845 Burrard Street

The Blue Horizon Hotel is located on Vancouver's internationally famous Robson Street where world class shopping, dining, and entertainment are at your doorstep.


Blue Horizon Hotel: 1225 Robson Street

The Westin Bayshore Resort and Marina is a recreational haven in the heart of the city of Vancouver. The Resort is in the heart of Coal Harbour, one of Canada’s most expensive real estate areas. Prince of Whales whale watching tours leave right from inside the harbour here, and will take you as far as Victoria if you’re looking for a day trip. The harbour has a beautiful walkway along the water that extends into the park.


Westin Bayshore Resort and Marina: 1601 Bayshore Drive

It can safely be stated that all of Stanley Park is one great big garden. The Rose Gardens, situated just steps from the Georgia Street entrance to the park, is a true inspiration and a "must see" for garden enthusiasts as well as Vancouver’s most popular destination for wedding photos.

The Vancouver Aquarium Marine Science Centre was one of the first aquariums to introduce Naturalists, who are specifically trained to introduce you to the lives of all the animals, teach what we learn from them, and provide answers to all the most frequently asked questions that come from visiting this wonderful world of water.  This non-profit organization continually dedicates their efforts to the conservation of aquatic life.


845 Avison Way

The totems found here are representative of the art and society of many of B.C.'s Native Nations. Make sure to take time to visit this culturally rich and visually stunning site!

Lumberman’s Arch is a popular meeting place and landmark on the North side of Stanley Park, West of Brockton Point. The single log propped up by two others is a monument to the major industry that built up BC and was installed by the Park Board and the BC Lumber Manufacturers Association almost 60 years ago.

 

This area is also the site of a longstanding Squamish Village, Xway-Xway (Whoi-Whoi). Whoi Whoi is spiritual and means, “a place for making masks”.

Go to this landmark to get the best views of the North Shore Mountains, the Lions Gate Bridge and the Burrard Inlet. The Prospect Point Lookout is "A Vancouver Tradition" at the highest point in Stanley Park. You may want to make this your stop for dessert, as you indulge in the world famous Prospect Point ice cream or homemade fudge.

Sheltered by towering trees and offering an unobstructed and stunning view of English Bay, this Ferguson Point landmark has long been a culinary favourite in Vancouver.

It opened as a summer tearoom in the 1950s and has evolved over the years to its present design.

Amongst the spectacular gardens and forests of Stanley Park sits the historic Fish House. Relax while they tantalize you with delicious fresh fish and seafood from the Pacific Northwest. Or sit back at the oyster bar with a micro-brewed beer, glass of wine, or a seasonal martini!

Immensely popular for its sun-bathing, evening sunsets, and numerous reasonably priced restaurants and cafes! This site hosts the wintertime Polar Bear Plunge and is among the best spots to watch the annual international 'Symphony of Fire' fireworks competition.

Designated a quiet beach Sunset is a less populated jewel of a sandy spit close to the West End and the new Downtown South/Yaletown neighbourhoods. Positioned at the mouth of False Creek where once 13 beehive sawdust burners belied the industrial sawmill operations of the fledgling city, Sunset's waters have been reclaimed for safe swimming. Well behaved dogs will find an off leash area to the south of the nearby Vancouver Aquatic Centre, Vancouver's Olympic size natatorium which replaced the city's first such facility, Crystal Pool, demolished in 1974.

Museum of Vancouver - The Museum of Vancouver in beautiful Vanier Park presents the city's history, past and present, with a glimpse of the future in the Urbanarium. Fascinating displays will also give you a taste of the Pacific Rim. Art and mementos await you in the Museum Shop.

Vancouver Maritime Museum - Expect the unexpected! Learn all about boats and marine history in the fun, interactive Children's Maritime Discovery Centre, explore the Arctic on the RCMP ship St. Roch, enjoy fascinating exhibits and displays and discover treasures in the Maritime Gallery store.

HR MacMillan Space Centre - Discover the thrill of space adventure as you voyage to the outer edges of the universe! With the help of the Zeiss star projector and hundreds of special effects, their star shows are ever-changing and always amazing.

Expect the unexpected! Learn all about boats and marine history in the fun, interactive Children's Maritime Discovery Centre, explore the Arctic on the RCMP ship St. Roch, enjoy fascinating exhibits and displays and discover treasures in the Maritime Gallery store.

Granville Island is a vibrant place and a must-see for visitors to Vancouver. A local favourite, it is home to an imaginative mix of markets, artists, and industry brought together under an ambitious waterfront development plan and managed by CMHC for Canada.

 

Beat the crowds and enjoy Granville Island in the morning, featuring fresh bakeries and entertainment daily.

 

Included with your Hop-On Hop-Off ticket is a free guided walking tour of Granville Island with the Tour Guys! On this 45 minute easy-walking tour the Tour Guys give a complete overview of the island and introduce you to some of the “hidden gems” often missed by most visitors.  Our unique style of combining history with pure entertainment, stories & jokes has made them one of the most popular walking tour companies in Canada! Tour leaves from Trolley's Granville Island Stop 3 times daily; 11am, 1pm and 3pm.

 

tour guys link

Yaletown is one of the newest upmarket areas in Vancouver with high-end furniture, and designer clothing wholesalers crowding the narrow streets along with many of the city's best and trendiest restaurants and bars. The Roundhouse Community Arts and Recreation Centre is home to the Engine 374 Pavilion. Engine 374 was the first transcontinental train into the city on May 23, 1887. The Roundhouse Community Centre also serves Yaletown and the Downtown Eastside communities with classes, workshops and special events year-round.

This stunning architectural achievement by Moishe Safdie is one of Vancouver's defining landmarks. The multi-building complex houses Provincial and Federal Government offices, the 1.2 million item library, and an interesting variety of shops and cafes within the $100 million project.

The Sandman Hotel is not only centrally located in the heart of downtown Vancouver, but directly across the street from Rogers Arena, BC Place Stadium, the Vancouver Playhouse and Queen Elizabeth Theatre.

Sandman Hotel: 180 W Georgia St

The Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton is located steps away from BC Place Stadium where Vancouver’s largest events and exhibitions take place. Rogers Arena, The Plaza of Nations, Queen Elizabeth Theatre, lots of restaurants and many more Vancouver venues are located within minutes of the hotel.

 

111 Robson Street, Vancouver BC, V6B 2M4

Just minutes from downtown, there’s a whole world of wonder waiting for you at TELUS World of Science; including popular, hands-on, interactive displays, feature exhibitions and awesome shows in the Science Theatre.

 

1455 Quebec Street (our Trolleys stop in the tour bus zone)

Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Garden is one of Vancouver's living treasures. In the midst of Chinatown, lies a tranquil yet vibrant expression of Ming Dynasty culture. The first classical style garden built outside China.

Vancouver Police Historical Society is an independent non-profit organization and registered charity that collects, preserves and interprets the history of the Vancouver Police Department and its context within policing in Vancouver. The museum collection consists of approximately 20,000+ objects, papers, photographs and published materials relating to the history of policing in Vancouver.

Vancouver Urban Winery is located two blocks off Gastown in the historic heart of Vancouver’s Railtown. The winery features a tasting bar where consumers can learn about British Columbia wines, and the exploding wine-on-tap category. Alongside the tasting bar sits a boutique wine shop full of local items, wine merchandise, artisan foods and beverages - and plenty of wine!

 

55 Dunlevy Avenue

Open since 1970, this Gastown classic is a family favorite. Their entrees all come complete with a crisp green salad, sourdough bread, coffee or tea, and spumoni ice cream at no additional charge.

Named after saloon owner "Gassy Jack" Deighton, Gastown is the original site from which modern Vancouver sprung forth. The varied shops and boutiques along the way make this area a popular tourist shopping district. The famous steam clock will fill the air with music every 15 minutes during your visit.

Where else can you enjoy a 360º aerial view of Vancouver, “the most beautiful city in the world”? Your adventure starts with a 40 second glass elevator ride, whisking you 553.16 ft (168.60 m) skyward to our panoramic observation deck. Enjoy intimate views of cosmopolitan Vancouver, historic Gastown and bustling Coal Harbour. Look beyond for enchanting views of our stunning natural landscape including world famous Stanley Park, the Pacific Ocean, the majestic North Shore Mountains and the Olympic Peninsula Mountains.

 

The food court and lower level of downtown Vancouver’s popular Harbour Centre have had a multi-million dollar makeover.

 

Our stop is located on Richards Street right outside of Harbour Centre at the corner of W Hastings.