The impressive Museum of Anthropology, located on the campus of the University of British Columbia, shines a light upon the native peoples of this land, and displays inspired sculptures and pieces of art, such as Raven and the First Men Statue by Bill Reid. Stanley Park overlooks Vancouver from across Vancouver and English Bays, and is a nice setting to rest easy for a bit.
Across False Creek lies Granville Island, an exuberant public market and art center. Experience the buzz of Yaletown at night. Vancouver’s multiculturism means that there are a wide variety of restaurants to discover. The Pacific Northwest region enjoys a bounty of fresh food and produce, which is made to shine on the plates served atWatch Now >>
Rudy Maxa stands at the crossroads between East and West to visit Vancouver and its sister city, Victoria. In Vancouver, Rudy captures the charm and character of one of North America’s most cosmopolitan and multicultural cities. In Victoria, Rudy enjoys afternoon tea, visits beautiful Butchart Gardens, and dines on seaweed plucked fresh from the seashore.Watch Now >>