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Top 5 New Attractions in Vancouver

Are you traveling to Vancouver soon and you would like to know what are the Top Five NEW Attractions that you shouldn’t miss in your next visit? These are our tour guides recommendations:


Fly like an eagle: FlyOver Canada, a 30-minute, $16-million ride, opened at Canada Place in mid-June 2016 and its a “bird’s-eye-view” of Canada’s splendours in “4-D” – which means you get blasts of mist and scents for verisimilitude. If you’ve ever enjoyed the Disney ride Soarin’ Over California, you’ve got the idea.


From November 26 to December 31, 2016, visit the 7th Annual Vancouver Christmas Market. An authentic German-inspired Christmas Market creates the perfect atmosphere to mix and mingle with friends and family, take in a quick drink after work or do lunch, and take in a wide variety of cultural activities and entertainment. During your visit to the Vancouver Christmas Market you’ll experience our mix of traditional food and beverage, as well as our selection of authentic wood carvings and toys, knitted goods, nutcrackers, pottery and other unique gifts. Explore our Kids Activities and ride downtown Vancouver’s only Christmas Carousel.


Get gallery going: Gordon Smith Gallery of Canadian Art opened in North Vancouver in October 2012 and calls itself Canada’s only gallery dedicated to young people. Its educational collection includes some 500 pieces by such major Canadian artists as Smith himself, Jack Shadbolt, Bill Reid, and Kenojuak Ashevak.


Berries and bottles: BC’s latest estate winery is handily located in Langley, just outside Vancouver. Krause Berry Farms Estate Winery, which opened May 26, 2016 adds fruit wine tastings to its “u-pick” flower operation, farm market, bakery and animal petting area for kids.



Toast the coast: Long Table Distillery brews small batch, Vancouver-made vodka (filtered through Texada Island limestone) and gin infused with area botanicals. Its 300-litre copper pot is visible from the tasting room, where you can sample the wares of Vancouver’s first micro-distillery on Fridays and Saturdays. 1451 Hornby St.,