Olympic VillageCurrently Open
- Address: Vancouver, BC, Canada
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 01:30 Hrs
- Tags: Family And Kids, Station
Olympic Village - Review
Built for the Winter Olympics in 2010, the Olympic Village is located on the shore of False Creek. During the prestigious Olympics, the place accommodated around 3000 people and today, it marks an important progress in urban Vancouver. The buildings are made using breakthrough technology and are energy efficient with solar technology being the backbone of its needs.
Take a walk around to see the modern buildings and to explore the nearby shops and eateries.
Olympic Village Hours
- Timings of individual shops and eateries vary.
How To reach Olympic Village by Public Transport
- By Bus: WB w 2 Ave FS Cambie St.
- Skytrain: Olympic Village
- Ferry: Stamp's Landing Ferry Dock
- By Taxi
- By renting a Car/ Bicycle/Scooter.
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Things to Know Before Visiting Olympic Village
0.51% of people who visit Vancouver include Olympic Village in their plan
66.67% of people start their Olympic Village visit around 08 AM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Olympic Village
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Olympic Village
People normally also visit Brockton Point Lighthouse while planning their trip to Olympic Village.
People also prefer to start their day with Olympic Village.
Olympic Village Trips
Olympic Village, Vancouver Reviews
The Canada Line travels to the Olympic Village. Upon arrival at the Vancouver Airport, we purchased a Compass card as public transportation is excellent. Taking our luggage with us, we traveled by train. The Compass card is for transportation by bus, water bus, train and sky rail... We arrived at the Olympic Village, walking towards Whole Foods with luggage and all to buy groceries / water because we had rented an apartment, costing less than staying at a hotel. We took a taxi to the rented apartment with kitchen, washer / dryer, dish washer and started to live as Canadians... When we stepped out of the Canada Line Station on West 6th Ave at Cambie Street, we found ourselves in one of the fastest changing neighborhoods in Vancouver, a stretch of waterfront on the Southeast shore of False Creek. Just east of the Station on the northeast corner of Cambie Street & 2nd Ave, we took the pedestrian walkway over the Cambie Street Bridge for a great view of False Creek, Yaletown and the sports stadiums. As the previous slide shows, Olympic Village Station allows for North and South bound tracks. Very conveniently located, clean, all Compass vendor stands work. Highly recommend!
When the trains go through on the Canada line its like a wind tunnel.
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Easy access. Clean and well informed station. Everything is clear and easy to follow as a tourist... However...
Fast way to get to airport around Vancouver and Richmond.