It’s difficult not to take out your camera and snap pictures when you are visiting Vancouver. The attractions in this Canadian city are simply hard to resist. Here are some of the Instagrammable places in Vancouver to help you fill your stories:
The Gastown Steam Clock is perhaps the most popular timepiece in all of Vancouver. This steam-powered chronometer in Gastown tells the time through whistles. And it has become a favourite spot for photo sessions.
In the Gastown neighbourhood of Vancouver, one can find an iconic six-storey heritage building with a flatiron design. That’s Hotel Europe – a Gastown landmark that you might have already seen in some popular movies.
suspension bridge that connects the city of Vancouver and North Vancouver is
officially called First Narrows Bridge. It’s a remarkable photography subject
in itself but its walkway is also a great place to be at if you want to see
sweeping Vancouver vistas.
kids at heart would have a great time at Science World. If you’re not up for
some science fun, the museum building would be enough to keep you engrossed
with your camera. Looking like some orb that has been transported from some unknown
galaxy, the Science World building will add a kick of sci-fi into your gallery.
Stanley Park in Vancouver has a renowned terrestrial outcropping called Siwash Rock. Among the Squamish people, there is a legend that surrounds this natural wonder. This adds a mystical effect to the rock and makes it even more captivating to have in pictures.
View-seekers and floral display buffs converge at Queen Elizabeth Park. The conservatory, manicured gardens and sculptures are lovely sights that are great on camera. Set on a hill, this urban park is also a terrific spot to take in gorgeous panoramas of the city. Moreover, the sights all around are clearly delightful.
galleries are undoubtedly wonderful destinations if you are after endless photo
opportunities and Vancouver Art Gallery is no different. The steps and front lawn of the building is a
popular gathering place. The formal porticos, ionic columns, ornate stonework
and central dome of the building are architectural gems. Step inside the
gallery and you will pause in awe at its void stairs. Add its permanent
collections and temporary exhibits to these and you have countless possibilities
One of the
most interesting branches of the Vancouver Public Library is its Central Branch
in downtown Vancouver. The detached elliptical colonnaded wall of the library
makes it appear like a Roman amphitheatre.
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