Guided Walking Tour in Vancouver

Explore Vancouver’s essence on a 3-hour walking tour from the enchanting Steam Clock and the historic Waterfront Station to the iconic Canada Place and the art deco marvel of the Marine Building. Wander along Robson Street’s urban energy, delve into knowledge at the futuristic Vancouver Public Library, and reflect at the Terry Fox Memorial and Victory Square. Your journey culminates at Maple Tree Square, where history and modernity intertwine seamlessly, encapsulating the heart and soul of this captivating city.

General information

Price / 25 USD

You can pay online





Starting time

10:30 / 14:00 hrs


3 hours

Included / excluded

Local tour guide

3-hour guided walking tour

Gratuities (optional)

Food and drinks


Full description

Explore the vibrant heart of Vancouver through a captivating 3-hour walking tour that weaves together history, architecture, and the essence of this magnificent Canadian city. Embark on a journey that starts at the iconic Steam Clock in Gastown, where the past meets the present in a whirlwind of steam and chimes. As its intricate gears and pipes come to life, you’ll feel the echoes of a bygone era resonating through the cobbled streets.

Venture towards the Waterfront Station, a grand transportation hub that stands as a testament to the city’s rich heritage. From there, your eyes will widen as you gaze upon the architectural marvel that is Canada Place. With its distinctive sails reaching towards the sky, this iconic landmark represents Vancouver’s maritime spirit and its connection to the world.

A short stroll away lies the Marine Building, a living piece of art that transports you back to the 1930s with its art deco detailing and timeless elegance. As you admire the intricate designs, envision a time when this building was the tallest in the British Empire.


Continuing your journey, you’ll traverse the bustling streets, reaching the famed Robson Street, a shopper’s paradise that reflects Vancouver’s cosmopolitan allure. Your path then leads to the Vancouver Public Library, a masterpiece of modern architecture. Its futuristic design houses a wealth of knowledge, inviting you to explore the vast realms of human thought and creativity.

The tour takes a contemplative turn at the Terry Fox Memorial, where you’ll pay homage to a true Canadian hero whose legacy of hope and determination resonates deeply within the nation’s soul. From there, you’ll find yourself at Victory Square, a solemn space that honors the sacrifices made by soldiers who fought for freedom during World War I.

Finally, your journey concludes at Maple Tree Square, where it all began in Gastown. Surrounded by historic buildings and the rustling leaves of maple trees, take a moment to reflect on the whirlwind of stories and sights that have unfolded during this 3-hour exploration of Vancouver’s captivating past and vibrant present.

Meeting point

Meet your guide at Canada Place Welcome Centre, your guide will have a large, red umbrella.

Important information

This tour will take place rain or shine.