Granville Island Public Market, Vancouver

Currently Closed
  • Address: 1669 Johnston St, Vancouver, BC V6H 3R9, Canada
  • Timings: 09:00 am - 07:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +1-6046666655
  • Time Required: 00:30 Mins
  • Tags: Market, Family And Kids
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About Granville Island Public Market, Vancouver

From selling fresh seafood, to veggies, fruits and even locally made snacks, the Granville Island Public Market is perfect to drop by for a mid-day snack or simply to buy fresh produce. The Cheese stall along with stalls that sell freshly baked donuts, breads and a variety of tea and coffee- make this an ideal breakfast place as well.

For gift shopping, explore the small stores that sell trinkets, jewellery, art and locally made goods.

How To reach Granville Island Public Market by Public Transport

  • By Bus: EB w 2 Ave NS Anderson St
  • By Skytrain: Yaletown-Roundhouse Station (3 kilometers)
  • By Ferry: Granville Island Ferry Dock
  • By Taxi
  • By renting a Car/ Bicycle/Scooter.

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Things to Know Before Visiting Granville Island Public Market

  • 59.6% of people who visit Vancouver include Granville Island Public Market in their plan

  • 38.89% of people start their Granville Island Public Market visit around 10 AM - 11 AM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Granville Island Public Market

Tuesday, Saturday and Sunday

70.9% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Granville Island Public Market

People normally club together Granville Island and The Aquabus while planning their visit to Granville Island Public Market.

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Granville Island Public Market, Vancouver Reviews

  • I love Granville Island, so much to do here! I mostly come here to try out the many different restaurants here as they usually have the best seafood. Some of the Jazz festival concerts last summer were also held here. Parking is fairly easy to find and isn't too costly. This place has a great vibe!

  • Such a fun place to spend a day when you're in Vancouver! Get there early to have an easier time parking. We got there mid-day and still found a spot eventually. Loads of fun and artistic shops, restaurants and a huge indoor market that's part farmer's market and part food court. Take your food out the back and eat looking at the river. There's an adorable ferry that leaves from here too.

  • My friend and I visited for the first time and it was enjoyable. The Public Market itself is much smaller than anticipated, but the fish, seafood, produce looked amazing. There are the most delicious looking bakery items and great restaurants within the market, as well as random independently owned shops lining the various streets. We ate at the little Mexican Restaurant within the market and were unimpressed. I ordered the taco salad without the shell, my friend ordered fajitas and they were the exact same thing. Very weird. Cool way to spend a Vancouver afternoon!

  • KID. IN. A. CANDY. SHOP. This was me in the public market. It's definitely my candy shop. I could spend HOURS there, and eat my body weight in food with ease. Just plan on spending an hour inside the market, exploring the vendors, sampling and purchasing some delicious items. I highly recommend this as a meal spot in Vancouver. Bonus - All the vendors were very friendly!

  • Oh how I love this place! So much to see and discover! This was my first time here (I'm a tourist), so of course I loved it. But no really, not only that but the people are friendly and you learn so much from talking to the vendors. Everyone was really nice. Beware, the warm fuzzy feelings make you want to impulse buy. Thanks for the shelter and good company on that rainy day!

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