The English Bay Bath House is an iconic building in Vancouver. Located right on English Bay, it is has change rooms and washrooms and is the lifeguard station for the beach. It is the central location for two of the most iconic yearly Vancouver events, the Polar Bear Swim and the Celebration of Lights fireworks display. The current building was built in 1932 replacing a previous building.
The original boat house was built by the Parks Board in 1905 for $6000.
The English Bay Bath House is located right in front on English Bay Beach in Vancouver, B.C, Canada. It is at the corner of Denman Street and Beach Avenue. Next to it is the Cactus Club Cafe. Nearby is the A-Maze-Ing Laughter Art work and the Sylvia Hotel.
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