Vancouver City Highlights Tour

Explore and learn about Vancouver's iconic city sights and history in just 3 hours with our guided mini-coach small group sightseeing tour.

Duration: 3 Hours

Tours depart Canada Place Welcome Centre at 9:30am and 1pm (bookings essential)

Activity Level: Low/easy - most of the tour is delivered onboard our mini-coach with short photo stops along the way.

Group Size: Small Groups (maximum 21 guests per departure)

Tour Inclusions

  • Dedicated and knowledgable Driver/Guide and mini-coach transport

  • Depart Canada Place & drive by Jack Poole Plaza - home to the Olympic cauldron and Pixelated Orca.

  • Tour iconic Stanley Park including a photo stop at the Totem Poles at Brockton Point

  • See the 9 o'clock cannon, girl in the wetsuit & Brockton Point Lighthouse

  • Stop at Prospect Point for views of the Burrard Inlet, North Shore Mountains and the Lion's Gate Bridge

  • Tour the West End - the city's former red light district turned vibrant LBGTQ neighbourhood

  • Enjoy views of English Bay as we start our journey along False Creek via Beach Avenue.

  • Capture famous public artworks including the A-Maze-Ing Laughter, Inukshuk & Granville Chandelier

  • Explore the historic neighbourhoods of Yaletown, the Stadium District, Chinatown & Mount Pleasant.

  • Learn about Hollywood North and some of the major productions that filmed in Vancouver

  • Stop to admire the Vancouver skyline from Little Mountain at Queen Elizabeth Park - the highest natural vantage point in Metro Vancouver - and stroll the famous Quarry or Rose Gardens

  • Option to conclude your tour at Granville Island and spend more time exploring the public markets or continue back to Canada Place via the art deco Burrard Bridge and Marine Building.

Pick-up Location & Departure Time

Location: Canada Place Welcome Centre

Departure Times: 9:30am and 1pm (plan to check-in between 10-15 minutes prior to departure)

Canada Place Welcome Centre - a building with a large canadian flag on it
Canada Place Welcome Centre - a building with a large canadian flag on it