Vancouver Lookout, Vancouver
About Vancouver Lookout, Vancouver
Vancouver Lookout, Vancouver - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: 555 W Hastings St, Vancouver, BC V6B 4N6, Canada
Ticket Price: 16 CAD
Time Required: 02:30 Hrs
Timings: 09:00 am - 10:00 pm Details
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Situated in the Vancouver Harbor Centre, the Vancouver lookout is a brilliant place to, as the name suggests, avail some spectacular views of the city. The lookout looks rather like a UFO and is in itself a sight worth seeing.
But the view from atop the Lookout is incomparable to anything else in the city. You can see the lovely harbor, the sprawling city, the beautiful natural wonders and everything in between from this awesome vantage point. Things to watch out for are the Stanley Park, the North shore Mountains and the city.
The 360 Degree view is a memorable experience and sure to be an amazing way to kick off your Vancouver Sightseeing expedition. They also provide complimentary guided tours in case you want to know more about the wonderful sights you are saying.
Vancouver Lookout Information
- You will get combined tickets for much cheaper prices in winter.
Vancouver Lookout Ticket Prices
- Adult: $16.25
- Senior ( 60+): $13.25
- Youth (13-18): $11.25
- Students (valid ID): $11.25
- Children (6-12): $8.25
- Children (5 and under): free
Vancouver Lookout Opening and Closing Hours
- Ticket desk closes 20 minutes prior to the closing hours.
How To reach Vancouver Lookout by Public Transport
- Waterfront Station (Skytrain)
Restaurants Near Vancouver Lookout
- Tom Horton’s
- Gorilla food
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Vancouver Lookout, Vancouver Reviews - Write a Review
The food was good. Seafood medley was okay. Really enjoyed the mushroom appetizer. Staff was very friendly. The view was spectacular especially with the sunset view. I would recommend going on a sunny day and before the sun sets!
Totally worth the money. Nice view, exciting elevator ride. Signs are explaining what you are just staring at. Big Harbour map and explanation as well (QR info codes). Tickets valid for the whole day. Up up
Thankfully we didn't pay too much as students.. this attraction was not that great. It did not go up very high.. there were other buildings that were much higher. In general the view was just alright. There is really not much to do at the lookout. We spent very little time here.
Great location to have a 360 view of Vancouver. The price is decent. We went on daytime and at night. Great pictures for photographers lovers.
Nowhere near as good as the Seattle Space Needle. Good view of the city but no outdoor observation deck so you're stuck looking through glass. You have to pay to use the binoculars ($1). Staff weren't great, seem like a bunch of University students doing a part time job who don't really care
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