Explore Vancouver’s Outdoor Art

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Vancouver Seawall

Vancouver’s mountains are majestic and the ocean is so vast and compelling that visitors and residence spend a lot of time looking outwards at the view. Scenic beauty is a big attraction to Vancouver, but it’s also worth directing your gaze to the street level. From the Inukshuk that watches over English Bay to Chinatown’s Millennium Arch and the Olympic Cauldron; some of the most noteworthy and picture perfect places in Vancouver can be found in the form of public art.
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Vancouver’s Seawall

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Vancouver Seawall

Vancouver’s Seawall is a favourite recreation destination for residents and visitors alike.  The multipurpose path is used for walking, jogging, biking and inline skating. It has set the president for many other recreational paths around the world and helped to establish Vancouver’s status as one of the best places in the world to live.

The seawall was originally conceived as a retaining wall around Stanley Park that would prevent erosion and double as a walking path. Now it extends 22 km from Coal Harbour to Kitsilano Beach and showcases some off the best views and attractions that Vancouver has to offer. Popular cultural stops such as Granville Island, The Vancouver Aquarium, Science World, and The Museum of Vancouver can all be found only steps from the seawall. Continue reading