Waterfront Station, Vancouver
Waterfront Station, Vancouver - Address
Address: 601 W Cordova St, Vancouver, BC V6C 1G6, Canada
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About Waterfront Station, Vancouver
A working station that is the main transit terminal for reaching Downtown, the Waterfront Station was built in the early 20th century and is loved or its architecture and historical significance. The red building stands out from the other buildings in the neighbourhood while the interiors with arched columns and beautifully embellished ceiling- all make a pit stop here, well worth it . The shops inside sell small souvenirs while the view of the Burrard inlet another perk!
Waterfront Station Opening and Closing Hours
- Recommended time to visit between: 10.00 am – 05.00 pm
How To reach Waterfront Station by Public Transport
- By Bus: WB w Cordova St NS Granville St.
- Skytrain: EB w Cordova St NS Seymour St.
- Ferry: Waterfront Stn SeaBus Northbound
- By Taxi
- By renting a Car/ Bicycle/Scooter.
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Waterfront Station, Vancouver Reviews
Outdoor and indoor it’s a lovely brick building with interesting details. As for the service we have nothing to say. We tried one of the machines which worked perfectly. We are not living in Vancouver and had no problem at all finding everything we needed in a very short time. So I guess this service is perfect!
First the bad: Where are the friggin' washrooms?! I couldn't find any! Now the good: Everything else. From the outside, it looks like I'm getting into a train station from the 1700s in London. But the inside is completely modern. The sign boards are clear and visible from a good distance guiding people to the right place. The station also has some places to eat (quick snacks though, not restaurants). The bridge that takes you from the main train station to the waterfront SeaBus station is EPIC! You get the best view from there. The water, the mountains, the downtown building, the sea harbor, everything. I think this is one the best design train stations I have ever seen in the world. Yes, including LA Union station and NY Grand Central.
Good station. Business start-up office. Read up on your ideas and how to market them. A Starbucks, A & W, Subway and numerous other shops. Some are pop-ups and are not always there. Royal Bank ATMs. Benches. You could go anywhere from here. Mission, North or West Van, Burnaby, Surrey, Richmond. Lots of connections. One of the major hubs of the Greater Vancouver transit/bus system
That's a really nice building. I like the place as there are also nice restaurants either in the station or just nearby...
Nice machines, working good. had problem with washrooms