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Vanier Park is a municipal park located in the Kitsilano neighbourhood of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, created in 1967. It is home to the Museum of Vancouver, the Vancouver Maritime Museum, the City of Vancouver Archives, and the H.R. MacMillan Space Centre. It is also the site of the ancestral Squamish settlement of Sen̓áḵw, which was destroyed by the Provincial government 54 years earlier.
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Beautiful. There's an eagle nest near the boat launch and the walkway under burrard bridge. Lots of grassy space and birds, ponds are lovely, great place to walk or go on a run. The view of downtown, mountains and the ocean is fantastic. Great place to watch the fireworks in the summer!
So many places for visit like Vancouver museums, school of music, Maritimes museums and bard on the beach festival around there. Lots of parking lot available there but usually paid parking. Good to bring kids with family. Best place for bring family members and friends.
It's a really open space, great to run or go out with your dog. I was there as a tourist, so I mainly visited the zone museums. The MOV is good, but the space center you can skip.
Beautiful place to walk or cycle with great views across the waterto the West End. Great for dog owners...the Dog Beach is right there.
Great location for watching fireworks during the summer. There's a gravel path around the coast line that's good for running, or as the longer scenic route if you're cycling around False Creek.