Gastown Vancouver

Gastown is located at the end of northeast downtwon Vancouver and is a national historic site. Its historical boundaries are Water Street and the CPR tracks retaining its historic charm and independent spirit. Today Gastown is a gathering place for stylish locals and an ideal place to be explored on foot featuring Victorian architecture houses a thriving fashion scene, impeccably curated décor boutiques, one-of-a-kind galleries and some of the best culinary fare in Vancouver.How to get there?Multiple transportation options are available to reach gastown. Visitor can use Train, Bus and Ferry for getting there. The following transit lines have routes that pass near Gastown ” Train: Train ” 980, Train ” 992; Bus: Bus ” 022, Bus ” 240, Bus ” N15; Ferry: Ferry ” 998.Things to do in GastownOne of the national historic site, Gastown is an urban center, full of charm, nightlife, fabulous shopping stores and many notable and top rated restaurants. Once you are in Gastown you can stroll across the Water Street. Here you will find photo collection of old buildings, cobblestones and vintage lammposts.Steam ClockMoreover The Steam Clock is perhaps the most iconic landmark in Gastown and also one of the best known in Vancouver. Every 15 minutes the Gastown Steam Clock shows off a bit. It whistles and shoots steam from its five whistles in its own version of the Westminster Chime. On the hour it marks each hour with a toot from each whistle. The clock isn’t actually steam powered (it’s electric) but you’ll still see steam come out.

View of Steam ClockStatue of Gassy JackFurthermore at the end of Water Street to visit a statue of the man who started it all, Gassy Jack Deighton. It’s hard to miss this statue which stand on a semi-roundabout in Gastown. The statue is one of many Vancouver points of interest up there with the top things to do in downtown Vancouver.

Statue of Gassy JackVancouver LookoutGet a bird’s eye view of the area from the Vancouver Lookout, which rises 167-meters to give visitors a 360˚ panorama of the city. You’ll be able to see the snowy mountains to the north and (if it’s super clear) you’ll be able to see America to the south! Oh, and Stanley Park and the beaches of Kitsilano! It’s one of the best places to visit in Vancouver and is great for getting in some Vancouver sightseeing.CRAB ParkAlthough there is not much greenery in Gastown but you can find some once you head out to CRAB Park and stroll along the waterfront. There’s a little beach here and you’ll get great views of North Vancouver especially good the day after it snows and Canada Place too.

Crab Park GastownApart from all these attractions, there are many shopping stores, restaurants, pubs and bars and historical buildings which will really make your visit of Gastown Memorable.Hotels and Restaurants nearbyNear to this inspiring tourist spot there are many top quality restaurants and hotels. Once you are in Vancouver and want a royal and grandeur experience around, Fairmont Pacific Rim, Four Seasons Hotel Vancouver, Auberge Vancouver Hotel and Loden Hotel are the top recommendations for stay.Also there are many top quality restaurants around offering scrumptious and mouth watering foods. You can dine in one of the top rated restaurants of Gastown including MeeT in Gastow.n, Bauhaus Restaurant, The Flying Pig Gastow.n and Pourhouse Restaurant.More famous tourist spots nearbyThere are many other famous tourist spots around once you are in the city of Vancouver. After visiting this historic town, you can visit the famous Stanley Park, Granville Island, Capilano Suspension Bridge, Grouse Mountain and the Iconic Canada Place.Address: Northeastern end downtown Vancouver Canada 

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