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Mix up your regular way of doing—and seeing—things while visiting Vancouver, and experience the city from up in the air on this seaplane tour. Not only can you get perspectives and pictures of the city you wouldn’t get from a bus or walking tour, but you also take off and land on the water—adding a splash landing to all adventure seekers' Vancouver vacations.
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tony l wrote a review Dec 2020
Vancouver, Canada1,870 contributions729 helpful votes
Great learning ,experience about the space and earth , lovely space shown in the planetarium ,,lot of family fun ,must visit if you are in Vancouver !
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Date of experience: February 2020
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S F wrote a review Apr 2020
Vancouver, Canada153 contributions85 helpful votes
In my experience, if one really wants to enjoy something, do it with children. While I have long considered this proposition, I know this surely to be true now having done many things with my two wonderful grandchildren. One of the things we did together & which was so much fun, was visiting the H.R. Macmillan Space Centre at Vanier Park on Kits Point. Established in 1968, it is housed in an iconic building, adjacent to the Observatory Centre, an add-on which is open to the public to view the heavens on clear nights, It, along with Science World —- which I also visited happily with my gorgeous grandchildren— are two wonderful learning resources to take children to in Vancouver. If you have not visited, do so as soon as it & Science World reopen. Hopefully they will open again soon, & before the end of the summer holidays, which is a good time to take these informative & fun learning excursions. The Space Centre —.along with its various exhibitions —has interactive viewings, as well as talks throughout the day. Science World, too, has talks. Good to find out when they are, so one can gear one’s visit to the schedule. Posted by S Fuller
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Wilson L wrote a review Feb 2020
Coquitlam, Canada2,316 contributions1,091 helpful votes
Had a really good time here. Very fun centre to check out. I recommend checking it out. It's a sweet time.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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PPSP wrote a review Oct 2019
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The movie was interesting and so was the conference we attended. The lecturers were interesting and well informed. I wish we could have watched more movies with the entrance ticket, which apparently only covers one, which was disappointing considering it was short and that the exhibition was small.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Craigger77 wrote a review Sep 2019
Calgary, Canada11 contributions9 helpful votes
It's really really small. The best part is the planetarium movie. Admission to one 45-minute movie is included, but otherwise it's really not worth the price. The exhibits are uninspired and many are broken. You would really really need to love all things space in order to enjoy this. Would be better if admission also have you access to the Museum of Vancouver on the other side of the lobby.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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