Места Отдыха - Ванкувер

Места отдыха Ванкувера, куда пойти и где отдохнуть.

Ambleside Park (13 Street, West Vancouver)

Один из популярнейших парков Вест Ванкувера простирающийся на 59 акров земли. Песочный пляж, теннисные корты, волебольные площадки, парк для скейтбордистов, столы для пикника, барбекю и 1,2 км прибрежной полосы для пешеходных прогулок и бега. AMBLESIDE PARK MAP

John Lawson Park, West Vancouver

Пляжи с гравием и песком, что удобно для любителей поплавать. 6 столов для пикника, две барбекюшницы, пирс для любителей провести время с удочкой, но вход с собаками не разрешен. JOHN LAWSON PARK MAP

Lighthouse Park, West Vancouver

http://www.seethenorthshore.com/light/light.htm  LIGHTHOUSE PARK - КАРТА

Sunset Beach, Vancouver (East of English Bay on Beache Avenue between Thurlow and Bute Street) - признан одним из самых тихих пляжей Ванкувера. Пляж песочный. КАРТА ПЛЯЖА

Whytecliff Park, West Vancouver - КАРТА  И САЙТ

Прекрасное место для прогулок по песочному берегу на SPANISH BANKS, Vancouver West - КАРТА. (4707 North West Marine Drive, Vancouver)

McKechnie Park, West Vancouver (in West Bay area) - КАРТА

Очень тихий и практически безлюдный парк в Вест Ванкувере, который стоит посетить хотя бы один раз. Недалеко от парка можно найти песочный пляж.

The Salmon House Restaurant (2229 Folkestone Way, West Vancouver) - ресторан в Вест Ванкувере с великолепнейшим видом из окон на город и залив. Незабываемая кухня и обслуживание удивят даже коренного Канадца. По Пятницам и Субботам вы сможете насладиться потрясающей игрой на фортепиано южноафриканского исполнителя Checo Tohomaso. - САЙТ РЕСТОРАНА

Kitsilano Beach, Vancouver West (Cornwall Str between Arbutus and Trafalgar Str) - вид на город, песчанный пляж,открытый бассейн с постепенным спуском - для малышни особенно удобно. KITSILANO BEACH - КАРТА 

Jericho Beach, Kitsilano, Vancouver West (1668 Duranleau Str)- песочный пляж. Но вода немного грязноватая. Отличная идея так же прийти вечером полюбоваться видом на город JERICHO BEACH - КАРТА

Nitobe Garden в UBC, Vancouver - отличное место для времяпровождения - КАРТА БОТАНИЧЕСКОГО САДА

Tsawwassen wild beach, Boundary Bay Park - теплая вода (если купаться, туда лучше в полный прилив, хотя и во время прилива будет чем заняться). Для малышей есть огромная игровая площадка

BOUNDARY BAY PARK - КАРТА

Buntzen Lake, Port Moody - чистая вода, красивая природа BUNTZEN LAKE - КАРТА

Iona Beach, Richmond - можно пройтись 4 км в залив и обратно. Не забудьте прихватить велосипеды прокатиться с семьей по окрестностям.    IONA BEACH - КАРТА

CULTUS LAKE, Chilliwack - КАРТА

BOWEN ISLAND - КАРТА

Для любителей пеших прогулок можно проверить http://www.vancouvertrails.com/trails/rice-lake/

Bear Creek Park and Trail в SURREY - довольно таки симпатичное место.
Есть playground для детей разного возраста. Возможность прокатиться на поезде, прогуляться по саду. К сожалению, один поезд -паровозик с вагончиками, который едит медленно и не очень долго.
BEAR CREEK PARK - КАРТА

Confederation Park, BURNABY - здесь тоже можно покататься с детьми на поезде http://www.findfamilyfun.com/burnabycentralrail.htm (цена билета $2,5 за чел., несколько паровозиков). Интересно ознакомиться с макетом железной дороги. Есть детская площадка.                            

Еще интересно для детей http://www.maplewoodfarm.bc.ca  - ферма с животными in Norht Vancouver. Есть кони, коровы (детям показывают как доят корову), куры, кролики, утки, гуси, овцы, козы (можно погладить), свинки, ослики, говорящий попугай

Так же у Вас имеется возможность послушать Русское радио Ванкувера online на канале 96.1 c 8 до 10 утра с Понедельника по Пятницу по ссылке: http://tunein.com/radio/FM961-s11981/ 

Так же вы можете взять скутер на  недогрого и покататься вокруг центра Ванкувера, взять экскурсию на просмотр китов в океане отправившись со Стивстона в Ричмонде и много другого. Позвоните и я составлю вам план мероприятий для знакомства с Ванкувером.

Недвижимость Ванкувера и Ваш русскоговорящий Риэлтор Ванкувера

Олег Царёв

Capilano Suspension Bridge Park  - 604-985-7474 – 3735 Capilano Road, North Vancouver – Appreciate nature from three breathtaking perspectives – world famous Capilano Suspension Bridge, the seven bridges of Treetops Adventure and the thrilling new heart stopping cliff side adventure Cliffwalk. (Shuttle use not encouraged.) www.capbridge.com 

Stanley Park Horse-Drawn Tours - 604-681-5115 –735 Stanley Park Drive.   Located below the Aquarium, beside the Info Booth on Park Drive, just off the Georgia Street entrance to Stanley Park. A one-hour fully narrated horse-drawn tour that travels around the eastern side of Stanley Park on a tram seating up to 26 passengers. Departs approximately every 20-30 minutes, daily, rain or shine. www.stanleypark.com

Harbour Cruises & Events - 604-688-7246 –Vancouver’s best sightseeing, dining and special event cruises. Enjoy a 60-minute fully narrated tour of Vancouver’s Inner Harbour and Burrard Inlet. Tour times April 26th until Sept 30: 11:00am, 12:15pm, 1:30pm and 2:45pm. Boarding time for the Vancouver Harbour Tour is 15 minutes before departure. PLEASE CALL FOR AVAILABILITY. We leave right on time so show up early.   www.boatcruises.com

Vancouver Lookout at Harbour Centre - 604-689-0421 – 555 West Hastings Street – “SEE IT ALL FROM HERE” The Vancouver Lookout is the perfect “best first stop”, providing a breathtaking 360° bird’s eye view of one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Tickets are valid all day, enjoy both the day and night views.  www.vancouverlookout.com

Vancouver Art Gallery - 604-662-4719 – 750 Hornby Street – 604-662-4719 – 750 Hornby Street –Immerse yourself in historic masterworks and groundbreaking contemporary exhibitions at the Vancouver Art Gallery. 2016 exhibitions include MashUp: The Birth of Modern Culture, Picasso: The Artist and His Muses and Emily Carr and Wolfgang Paalen in British Columbia.vanartgallery.bc.ca

Science World at TELUS World of Science - 604-443-7443 – 1455 Quebec Street  – There’s a whole world of wonder waiting for you, including hands-on interactive displays, feature exhibits and awesome shows in the Science Theatre. Enjoy one film in the OMNIMAX® Theatre for $6 (plus tax). Science World at TELUS World of Science – just minutes from downtown.scienceworld.ca

Burnaby Village Museum and Carousel   – 604-297-4565 – 6501 Deer Lake Avenue – Stroll down the streets of a 1920s village, explore the tram, ride the vintage carousel and enjoy a treat from the Ice Cream Parlour. Open seasonally. www.burnabyvillagemuseum.ca

Maplewood Farm - 604-929-5610 – 405 Seymour River Place, North Vancouver – A municipal park-farm specializing in the display of farm animals and birds, featuring a milking demonstration daily at 1:15pm and visiting areas Goathill and Rabbitat. Open year-round daily April through October; closed Mondays, November through March. 10:00am – 4:00pm.  www.maplewoodfarm.bc.ca

Vancouver Aquarium in Stanley Park - 604-659-FISH (3474) – Stanley Park –  Belugas, penguins, sea otters & 50,000 other aquatic creatures await your arrival at Canada's largest aquarium. Enjoy dolphin & beluga whale shows, sea otter feeds, shark dives & the free-roaming animals found in the popular Amazon Gallery. You can also immerse yourself in the 4D Experience Theatre, which combines the high-definition excitement of a 3D film with thrilling sensory effects! Come find out for yourself why the Vancouver Aquarium has been voted one of the world's favourite aquariums by TripAdvisor (Travellers' Choice 2015). Located minutes from downtown in world famous Stanley Park. www.vanaqua.org

Sea Vancouver – Waterfront Sightseeing Adventures - 604-633-6413 – 1601 Bayshore Drive, Inside the lobby of the Westin Bayshore Hotel – Get ready for the adventure of a lifetime! Whether you are a first time zodiac adventurer or a seasoned veteran, we guarantee you will have a blast. Adventures begin cruising along the Vancouver Harbour, then soaring up to 55km per hour as we cross the Burrard inlet. See highlights of Coal Harbour, North Vancouver, English Bay, False Creek and Stanley Park. Reservations required seavancouver.com

Roedde House - 604-684-7040 – 1415 Barclay Street – A late-Victorian home in the Queen Anne revival style, built in 1893 for the family of Gustav Roedde, the city’s first bookbinder, it has been faithfully restored to reflect the day-to-day life of a middle class, immigrant family at the turn of the last century.  Open 1-4pm Tuesday-Friday and Sunday; closed Mondays and Saturdays.   roeddehouse.org 

BC Sports Hall of Fame  -604-687-5520 – BC Place Stadium - Explore. Experience. Be Proud. Be Inspired. Come celebrate the stories of British Columbia’s best athletes and teams in a fun, interactive, family-friendly environment. Relive exhilarating moments from BC sports history, including the 2010 Olympics, Rick Hansen’s Man in Motion Tour, and the successes of the Vancouver Canucks, BC Lions, and Vancouver Whitecaps. For an additional $5.00 (plus tax) per person, join our All Access Tour of the one-of-a-kind BC Place Stadium – visit our website to check the dates tours are offered and call ahead to pre-book, as tour availability varies.  www.bcsportshalloffame.com

Rogers Arena Tours - 800 Griffiths Way – Get a behind-the-scenes look at one of the premier sports and entertainment facilities in North America. See where, for over 15 years, we’ve thrilled and entertained fans from all over the world, staged the best of the best in entertainment and sports, and welcomed over 25 million fans through our doors. Tours available Wednesday to Saturday – 10:30am, 12:00pm and 1:30pm. Sunday 12:00pm, 1:30pm and 3:00pm.  Limited availability, book your tour at arenatours@canucks.com. Please visit our website for the most up to date schedule. www.rogersarena.com

Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden - 604-662-3207 – 578 Carrall Street – Located in the hustle and bustle of Chinatown, this Ming Dynasty garden-home is a true urban oasis. Explore layers of beauty and meaning with a complimentary guided tour. Sip tea, admire art, and discover treasures. Rain or shine; life as it should be.   Closed Mondays Nov 1 - April 30. The Garden hours until April 30: 10am – 4:pm; from May 1st: 10am – 6pm. vancouverchinesegarden.com

Vancouver Police Museum - 604-665-3346 – 240 E. Cordova Street – Located in a heritage building that was once the Coroner’s Court, the City Morgue and the Medical Examiner’s Office, the Vancouver Police Museum is the oldest police museum in North America. It houses over 20,000 artefacts celebrating the 125 year history of law and order in the City. Its Sins of the City walk in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside was rated one of the World’s Ten Best in canoe.com.  www.vancouverpolicemuseum.ca

Vancouver Trolley - 604-801-5515 – Join our Hop-on Hop-off sightseeing tour and discover the city of Vancouver. Hop on our charming replica San Francisco-style trolleys for a world of fun, information and excitement.  www.vancouvertrolley.com

WESTCOAST Sightseeing - 604-451-1600  Free pick up at most downtown hotels. www.westcoastsightseeing.com   

Landsea Tours & Adventures - 604-255-7272 –  Enjoy 25% off ALL tours for you and a guest. Adventure Options not included. For paying guests all tours feature hotel specific pick-up times. As a local you may be asked to meet at one central location. Credit card is required at time of booking. All cancellations must be done at least 24hrs in advance.      www.vancouvertours.com

FlyOver Canada - 604-620-8455 – 999 Canada Place – See Canada like never before at Vancouver’s newest attraction now open at Canada Place. FlyOver Canada is a breathtaking family-friendly flight ride like no other. Take off into a huge dome screen with the latest in projection and ride technology creating a true flying experience complete with wind, scents mist and sound. VALID MONDAY TO THURSDAYS ONLY EXLCUDING HOLIDAYS. NOT VALID DURING BLACKOUT PERIODS LISTED BELOW: JULY 01 – AUGUST 31, 2016, DECEMBER 17. 2016 – JANUARY 02, 2017. www.flyovercanada.com

Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art
604-682-3455 – 639 Hornby Street, Downtown – A public gallery featuring contemporary Aboriginal art of the Northwest Coast of North America. Highlights: Reid’s stunning gold and silver jewelry, monumental sculptures in bronze and stone and a full-scale totem pole. Check the website for current exhibitions and be sure to stop at the Gallery Gift Shop. www.billreidgallery.ca

Vancouver TheatreSports™ League - 604-738-7013 – 604-738-7013 – The Improv Centre, Granville Island – Vancouver’s #1 improvcomedy company where no two shows are ever the same. Join us for a night of laughter where you, the audience, drive the action through your suggestions. Every performance comes with a ‘severe hilarity’ warning.(you must be 17+ to attend), and Sunday 7:30pm (Facility Fee - $1.50 not included  vtsl.com

Museum of Vancouver-  604-736-4431 – 1100 Chestnut Street, Vanier Park - MOV creates Vancouver-focused exhibitions and programs that encourage dynamic conversations about what was, is, and can be Vancouver. Permanent exhibitions tell the city’s stories, starting with an exhibition on the Musqueam First Nation's ancient landscape and living culture, continuing through the late 1970s. These displays are complemented by contemporary, groundbreaking feature exhibitions.museumofvancouver.com

H.R. MacMillan Space Centre - 604-738-STAR (7827) – 1100 Chestnut Street – Enjoy full-dome programming in the Planetarium Star Theatre, live science demonstrations in the Groundstation Canada Theatre, and interactive exhibits in the Cosmic Courtyard. Valid for 2 free regular or evening admissions. Not eligible for group visits or special events and programming.www.spacecentre.ca

Vancouver Maritime Museum - 604-257-8300 – 1905 Ogden Avenue, Vanier Park –  Travel back in time onboard the St. Roch, connect with the unexplored realm of the world’s oceans and discover some of the world’s great maritime treasures. Take the wheel, and navigate through the icebergs of the Northwest Passage in our St. Roch Wheelhouse Experience, visit our latest art exhibition or brush up your knowledge of shipwrecks, explorers and pirates. Closed Mondays from Labour Day to Victoria Day. www.vanmaritime.com

Museum of Anthropology  604-822-5087 – 6393 NW Marine Drive –  MOA houses the world’s finest displays of Northwest Coast First Nations art in a spectacular building overlooking mountains and ocean. Don’t miss c̓esnaem, the city before the city, on view through January 2016. www.moa.ubc.ca

UBC Botanical Garden including Nitobe Memorial Garden, and Greenheart Canopy Walkway - 604-822-4208 – 6804 SW Marine Drive – The UBC Botanical Garden offers access to acres of spectacular gardens nestled along the BC Coastline, including the tranquil Japanese Nitobe Memorial Garden and the guided Greenheart Canopy Walkway eco-tour. Free admission for two adults to the main garden, Nitobe Garden, and Canopy Walkway tour. Tours are based on availability. Excludes special events. Nitobe Memorial Garden is located off-site at 1895 Lower Mall. www.ubcbotanicalgarden.org

Beaty Biodiversity Museum - 604-827-4955 – 2212 Main Mall, on the UBC campus – Experience Vancouver’s only natural history museum. Look through the giant jaws of a suspended blue whale skeleton, explore a working research collection, and view hundreds of displays featuring real birds, insects, fish, fossils, plants, shells, and more. Hands-on activities and films for all ages. Closed Mondays and on Statutory holidays 10:00am – 5:00pm.  www.beatymuseum.ubc.ca

VanDusen Botanical Garden -  604-257-8335 – 5251 Oak Street – A living museum of plants collected from around the world on 55 acres of rolling hills and lakes. www.vandusengarden.org

Bloedel Conservatory - 604-257-8584  – Queen Elizabeth Park – Vancouver’s only tropical paradise with exotic plants, flowers and birds from around the world.  Not valid during special events.  http://vancouver.ca/parks/bloedel

Gulf of Georgia Cannery National Historic Site - 604-664-9009 – 12138 Fourth Avenue, Richmond – Built in 1894 as a salmon cannery the Gulf of Georgia Cannery is now a dynamic museum celebrating Canada’s West Coast fishing industry. Enjoy interactive exhibits, guided tours and our well stocked gift shop. NOT VALID DURING SPECIAL EVENTS.  www.gulfofgeorgiacannery.org

Lulu Island Winery
604-232-9839 – 16880 Westminster Hwy, Richmond – Come visit Metro-Vancouver’s largest winery and production estate. Featuring award winning Canadian Icewines, aromatic table wines as well as local fruit wines. Open daily 10:00am – 6:30pm. Enjoy up to 5 complimentary wine tastings, plus a video on Canadian Icewine harvest. Please call ahead to reserve at 604-232-9839 luluislandwinery.com  @LuluIslandWine

The Richmond Olympic Experience (ROX) at the Richmond Olympic Oval

778-296-1400 – 6111 River Road, Richmond – Feel the rush as you fly off an Olympic ski jump, paddle down a raging white-water kayak course, carve the perfect line in a sit-ski slalom race or zip along at incredible speeds on an Olympic bobsleigh track at the Most Interactive Sports Attraction in North America. Open Tuesday to Sunday 10:00am – 5:00pm. Closed Monday. therox.ca  @RmdOlympicExp

Sewell’s Marina - 604-921-3474 – 6409 Bay Street, West Vancouver – Enjoy a mid week morning or afternoon in Howe Sound on a Self Drive Rental Boat and receive 40% off your rental fees, excludes weekends and holidays – no exceptions. Enjoy 15% off Sea Safaris  7 days a week. Visit our website at www.sewellsmarina.com

Sea to Sky Gondola - 604-892-2551 – 36800 Highway 99 – Adventures By Nature! The Sea to Sky Gondola is a 10 minute gondola ride to 885 metres above sea level providing sweeping views of Howe Sound fjord and coastal mountains. Once you arrive at the summit many more adventures await including the 100 meter long Sky Pilot Suspension Bridge. Closed for Seasonal Maintenance November 6 to December 2, 2016. seatoskygondola.com  

Britannia Mine Museum - 1-800-896-4044 – Britannia Beach – It was once the largest copper mine in the British Empire. Today, it’s a multiple award winning museum that fascinates all ages. Activities include gold panning, a 15-minute film, exhibits and galleries, and so much more! If time permits, take a guided tour into a real mine. Tours are subject to availability. Best to call ahead to confirm tour times. www.britanniaminemuseum.ca

West Coast Railway Heritage Park - 604-898-9336 – 39645 Government Road, Squamish – Opened in 1994, this is home to the West Coast Railway Association’s large collection of locomotives and rolling stock. Located in a beautiful 12-acre mountain valley setting, the museum and Heritage Park offer visitors of all ages a chance to learn about railway history in Canada circa 1920 – 1960 Not valid for special events (Miniature railway not included with admission). www.wcra.org

Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre in Whistler - 1-866-441-7522 – 4584 Blackcomb Way, Whistler – Explore Whistler’s Aboriginal art and heritage of the Squamish and Lil’wat people. The Centre features a Category “A” museum, galleries, exhibits, interactive stations, gift shop, Thunderbird café, forest walk and theatre (featuring a spectacular 15-minute film). Guided tours take place every hour on the hour.  @SLCCWhistler www.slcc.ca

Audain Art Museum -  604-962-0413 – 4350 Blackcomb Way, Whistler, BC – Located in Whistler, BC explore this 56,000 square foot, Category “A” museum housing some of British Columbia’s most significant works of art including seminal pieces from Emily Carr, E.J. Hughes and First Nations artists. This boutique collection contains work from pre-European contact through to BC’s contemporary masters.   audainartmuseum.com  @AudainArtMuseum

Burnaby Art Gallery - 604-297-4422 – 6344 Deer Lake Avenue –  The Burnaby Art Gallery operates as an art museum, gallery and community forum to explore and advance knowledge, appreciation and understanding of contemporary and historical visual art through exhibition, programming and collection services in traditional and non-traditional contexts and places in and outside the City of Burnaby.  www.burnabyartgallery.ca

Greater Vancouver Zoo - 604-856-6825 – 5048 –264th Street, Aldergrove (Exit #73 off Hwy #1) – 604-856-6825 -  5048 - 264th Street Aldergrove (Exit #73 off Hwy #1)- Explore over 500 different animals on 120 acres in the beautiful Fraser Valley! Lions, tigers, bears, hippos and more...plus experience the free flying Birds of Prey and other interpretive daily talks. Rent a Quadra-cycle or ride the narrated Miniature Safari Train. Large picnic facilities and playground! **Please note Quadra-cycle and train are an additional charge.  www.gvzoo.com

Fort Langley National Historic Site of Canada - 604-513-4777 – 23433 Mavis Avenue, Fort Langley – Experience life as a 19th century voyageur at Fort Langley National Historic Site, where the colony of British Columbia was born. Mingle with fur traders, pan for gold, learn the blacksmith’s art and stay overnight in a Hudson’s Bay Company-themed oTENTik at Vancouver’s only fort.  www.parkscanada.gc.ca/fortlangley

BC Hydro – Power House at Stave Falls - 604-462-1222 – 31338 Dewdney Trunk Road, Mission – A National Historic Site of Canada offering a look into the development of electricity in BC. Tour the visitor centre, enjoy the movie, play in the interactive area and tour the original turbines and generators! Fun for all ages. Open 10:00am - 4pm until October 13. CLOSED UNTIL MARCH 1, 2016  bchydro.com /stavefalls

Hell’s Gate Airtram - 604-867-9277 – Highway #1 via Exit 170 at Hope – Drive the Scenic Fraser Canyon with its 7 mountain tunnels into the historic heart of BC & visit the biggest ‘rush’ on the Gold Rush Trail. Ride the Airtram over the Int’l Fishways, Fraser River & Hell’s Gate to: Restaurant, Shops, Displays, Gold Panning, Observation Decks & Suspension Bridge.   Seasonal, closed October 13, 2015 - April 23, 2016.  hellsgateairtram.com

The Yale Historic Site - 604-863-2324 – Yale Historic Site, 31187 Douglas Street, Yale – Visit the Creighton House Museum, 1863 St. John the Divine, our Living History Tent City, the 1880’s Ward House or try your hand at gold panning.  Open Daily 10:00am - 5:00pm until Labour Day.
www.historicyale.ca