Cambie Village, the Heart of Vancouver, is just a leisurely walk from downtown, across Cambie Bridge over scenic False Creek. This neighbourhood is popular with locals and tourists for its unique dining experiences, hidden shopping gems, alongside the big box stores. Visit the Heart of Vancouver for a chance to earn 3 stamps, details at cambievillage.ca
Experience Vancouver’s Chinatown, one of North America’s largest historic Chinatowns and a designated BC National Historic Site. A diverse range of shops and restaurants can be explored from antique sellers, traditional herbal stores and clothing boutiques to tea houses, Chinese bakeries and authentic Dim Sum. Easily accessible by transit, car and bike, these cozy cafés, local shops, and late-night hotspots are one stop away. For Scavenger Hunt and stamp information visit:
From industrial boom town in the early 20th century to cultural capital in False Creek today, it’s no wonder Granville Island is one of the most beloved public spaces in Vancouver! With the Public Market, over 200 artists, shops, and studios, all housed in the original renovated factories, Granville Island continues to celebrate its heritage. One of the original tenants, Ocean Building and Construction Supplies, will be celebrating its 100th birthday this year! Be sure to check out the “giant” artwork in their work yard! Download the Scavenger Hunt from granvilleisland.com/tourismchallenge Bring your finished hunt along with your passport to the Information Table, located in front of Jackson’s Poultry in the Public Market, 1689 Johnston St, 10am-4pm, 7 days a week.
Downtown Vancouver is the heart of our beautiful city, and offers countless activities and events for both visitors and locals alike. The downtown core area spans over 90 blocks with over 1000 shops to choose from. Visit iconic locations like the Olympic Cauldron at Jack Poole Plaza, or take a stroll through any number of our public Perch spaces where you can sit down, relax, and take in the view. Enjoy exploring all of the amazing things that Downtown Vancouver has to offer.
Visit dtvan.ca/tourismchallenge for scavenger hunt information. @DowntownVan