This is the complete guide to False Creek, Vancouver, BC, Canada.
False Creek is not a creek, but rather more of an inlet of water in the middle of the City of Vancouver. It is surrounded by a seawall, condominiums, restaurants, marinas, parks, and even a cement plant!
Granville Island has a large famous public market, lots of independent restaurants and shops, artist studios, and a large marina! Granville Island is operated by the Canadian federal government. It is most stop for tourists that come to Vancouver.
ScienceWorld at Telus World of Science is a paid attraction that has many science-related exhibits and displays. It also has a OMNIMAX theatre which show movies on its huge screen. This attraction is geared toward children and families, but has enough content for all ages.
The Yaletown Roundhouse is a building that houses the restored historic train engine 374 that was the first to cross Canada. It is free to visit. You are allowed to climb onto the train. There are also some train-related souvenirs that you can purchase here.
False Creek Aquabus are small passenger ferries that ferry people across False Creek. They operate as water taxis. They have a number of routes, ....
anchoring permit, harbour authority
This small pub/restaurant was formerly the Pirate Pub. It is located right on the False Creek Seawall. It is a small place, but has outdoor patio seating during the spring/summer. The patio is a really great place to sit out and watch people on the seawall go by.
Address: 1012 Beach Ave #1, Vancouver, BC, V6E 1T7
Hours: Mon-Wed 11am-10pm, Thur 11am-11pm, Fri 11am-12am, Sat 10am-12am, Sun 10am-10am
The Swimmer is a piece of art located in front of the Vancouver Aquatic Centre.
There is a small off-leash dog beach located just next to the Burrard Street Bridge in False Creek.
There is a paved roller hockey rink at Sunset Beach.
The Crystal Pool was a large swimming pool and building at the foot of Jervis street in the West End. It was demolished in 1974.
official development plan
False Creek is an inlet of water in the middle of the City of Vancouver, BC, Canada.
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