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Vancouver is a great city for kids to explore – from the top of Grouse Mountain overlooking the skyline, to ancient forests in Stanley Park or the beaches at Kitsilano and English Bay, there are a 101 places to hike, bike, stroll or picnic. You’ll also find First Nations treasures of the Coast Salish and Capilano peoples, 19th century charm in the cobblestone streets of "Gastown,” and a unique mixture of native, European, and Asian peoples.
  The Waterfront

Downtown Vancouver

    Stanley Park - English Bay

Granville Island

    Kitsilano and University Hill
Greater Vancouver
  North Vancouver
    West Vancouver
    Tip: Vancouver has an excellent mass transit system that incorporates buses, Sky Train system, and a SeaBus. For example, you could hop on the Sky Train to Canada Place, catch the Seabus across the bay to Lonsdale Quay, then take a bus to the foot of Grouse Mountain.
    A great drive from Vancouver is the Sea to Sky Highway to Whistler.
family hotels vancouver
Travel for Kids has so many fun things to do with kids in Vancouver, but you'll need a fun place to stay.

Here's our own Travel for Kids hand-picked list of family hotels in Vancouver, all styles and price ranges, in neighborhoods that are comfortable for families, and near to places you'll want to explore:

Vancouver family hotels
kids books vancouver
Junior Jetsetters Guide to Vancouver kids books  
Junior Jetsetters Guide to Vancouver
Pedro Marcelino, Slawko Waschuk

Explore Vancouver with a kid's eye view – towering totems, Granville Island, 40 meter high golf ball (Science World), history, sports, Stanley Park, beaches, water parks, and more. (Guidebook)



Wisecracking Stevie Diamond and her best friend Jesse are camped out with Stevie's relatives on an island near Vancouver. Mystery adventure as Stevie and Jesse find a hidden cave and search for a long-lost sack of gold nuggets. (Chapter book)

For further adventures of Stevie and Jessie: What's a Daring Detective Like Me Doing in the Doghouse?


 How Can a Brilliant Detective Shine in the Dark? - kids books Vancouver
Good Night Vancouver kids books  
Good Night Vancouver
David J. Adams, Anne Rosen

A day in Vancouver, from morning to night – hello Inukshuk statue, water park at Granville Island, totem poles in Stanley Park, Grouse Mountain skyride, lighthouses, harbor, and good night West End lights. (Board book)


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