Bc Place, Vancouver
About Bc Place, Vancouver
Bc Place, Vancouver - Address, Phone Number
Address: 777 Pacific Blvd, Vancouver, BC V6B 4Y8, Canada
Time Required: 02:30 Hrs
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The BC Place is the largest sports venue in the city and has also hosted the Olympics’ Winter games in the past. Get an all access tour of the BC place and see the Media Lounge, Premium seats area, the BC Sports Hall of Fame, locker rooms and walk the field to experience the behind-the-scene magic of the place.
If you can, catch a trending match here when the energy of the place is simply contagious! The food, the adrenaline and the crowd- all promise a memorable match.
Bc Place Ticket Prices
- Tour Costs: $20 per person + taxes; Group rates are available at $13.50 (plus tax) per person for groups of 10 or more.
- For ticket prices of trending matches, events and concerts, visit the official website.
Bc Place Opening and Closing Hours
- For schedule of tours, visit the official website.
How To reach Bc Place by Public Transport
- By Bus: SB Cambie St FS w Georgia St Bay 3
- By Skytrain: Stadium-Chinatown Station
- By Ferry: Plaza of Nations Ferry Dock
- By Taxi
- By renting a Car, Bicycle or Scooter.
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Bc Place, Vancouver Reviews - Write a Review
nice stadium! great place to see Vancouver's resident Whitecaps or the BC Lion's. Seats are comfortable and spacious and I'm a big guy. There is a permanent roof that covers all the seats so you'll always be dry. Lot's of concession choices including foot-long hotdogs 🌭, pizza, popcorn, burgers, chicken, pretzels, candy, chocolate and much more. Good selection of beer and wine, along with a vendor inside that also sells cheese and meat platters to go with your drinks!
Old. And more old. Feels like a dungeon with all this cement. Other than the conventions that I'm obligated to go to, no wonder the Lions don't draw as well. Kinda neat with the hidden entrances/exits at ground level.
A first-class building. What does that mean? It means it's among the best of its ilk, and it will hopefully help set the bar to which future stadiums should be measured before being opened to the public. What else can I say? This is a review for a building which will almost never be considered an "option"; you're either going there or not, you don't get to decide where you're going to watch the Lions or Whitecaps play live. If a huge act like U2 comes to town, you will never be asj
Top of the line venue for live entertainment! Staff are both courteous and professional. Cleanliness is prompt and on-going as mass spectator numbers generate refuse. Sufficient parking options located nearby and all around the stadium. Directions to seating levels and sections are well laid out and easy to determin. This place is one of our provinces largest icons of pride attracting and hosting all of today's best performers.
Been to several Whitecaps games, a BC lions game and always had a good time. Drinks and food during events are pricey. Atmosphere is good to great. Family friendly. Lots of room in corridors. Fun times especially when your sporting team wins
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