Breathtakingly beautiful Vancouver is the largest city in British Columbia, the third most populous in Canada and our Disney Cruise Line homeport.
Located on a lush peninsula in southwestern British Columbia surrounded by water on 3 sides and situated alongside a picture-perfect, snow-capped mountain range, this world-class city has a stunning skyline.
A bustling metropolis to be certain, Vancouver retains its strong connection to the great outdoors. From more than 200 parks to the century-old Capilano Suspension Bridge spanning the Capilano River, Vancouver seamlessly blends the rural with the urban to create a cityscape unlike any other.
Port Metro Vancouverís 2014 Alaska cruise season saw more than 812,000 passengers on 243 calls by 29 cruise ships, reflecting Vancouverís selection as Top Homeport in North America for 2013, by Trip Advisorís Editors Choice Awards. Predictions for the 2015 cruise season estimate ship call and passenger numbers to be similar to 2014.
999 Canada Place Vancouver, B.C. Canada V6C 3C1
The Vancouver Cruise Terminal is 12 miles from Vancouver Airport, approximately 30 minutes by car.
From Vancouver International Airport:
From the Vancouver International Airport, go east on Grant McConachie Way onto Arthur Laing Bridge.
Take the ramp towards Highway 99 N/Granville St/City Centre/Centreville.
Take slight left on SW Marine Drive. SW Marine Drive becomes Granville Street.
Take Hwy 99 N ramp towards BC Ferries/Horseshoe Bay/Whistler.
Continue straight onto Seymour Street/Provincial Route 99 North.
Turn left onto Dunsmuir Street/Provincial Route 1A West/Provincial Route 99A North.
Turn right onto Burrard Street.
Turn right onto Canada Place.
From SeaTac Airport:
From the Seattle/Tacoma International Airport, merge onto WA-518 E toward I-5.
Merge onto I-5 N via the exit on the left towards Seattle/Crossing into Canada. I-5 N becomes Provincial Route 99 North.
Turn left onto Park Drive.
Turn right onto Granville Street/Provincial Route 99.
Take the Hwy-99 N ramp toward BC Ferries/Horseshoe Bay/Whistler.
Stay straight to go onto Seymour Street/Provincial Route 99 North. Continue to follow Seymour Street.
Turn left onto Dunsmuir St/Provincial Route 1A W/Provincial Route 99A North.
Turn right onto Burrard Street.
Turn right onto Canada Place. The cruise terminal is on the left side.
From Downtown Vancouver:
Take Cambie Street onto the Cambie Bridge.
Turn right onto Smithe Street.
Turn right onto Seymour St/Provincial Route 99 North.
Turn left onto West Hastings St/Provincial Route 7A.
Turn right onto Howe Street.
Turn left onto Canada Place.
Capilano Suspension Bridge Park
One of Vancouverís most iconic sites Capilano Suspension Bridge Park, is more exciting than ever! The new Cliffwalk hangs for a heart-stopping 213m (700ft) and reaches up to 91m (300ft) high. This stunning walkway, made partly of glass, hugs the granite cliffside as it offers a panoramic view of the rainforest and canyon far below.
Stanley Park Horse-Drawn Tours
Step aboard one of our old-fashioned horse-drawn vehicles and meander in comfort through the natural beauty of Stanley Park, Vancouverís #1 attraction. Relax to the gentle clip clop of the horsesí hooves and take in the fresh scent of cedar and the sea as a professional guide fully narrates your one-hour tour featuring Deadmanís Island, Vancouverís harbour, the Lions Gate Bridge, a coastal Red-Cedar forest and the Rose Garden, with stops at the famous Totem Poles, Girl in a Wet Suit Statue, and S.S. Empress of Japan Figurehead.
The Vancouver Art Gallery
Immerse yourself and discover historic masterworks and groundbreaking contemporary exhibitions at the Vancouver Art Gallery. Enhance your experience by visiting the Gallery Store for unique gifts, and have a meal or a glass of wine on the Gallery Cafe's rooftop patio overlooking Robson Square.
Science World at TELUS World of Science
Ignite your mind and discover the wonders of science at Science World at TELUS World of Science. Immerse yourself in interactive indoor and outdoor displays, inspirational feature exhibitions, jaw-dropping live science demonstrations, and larger-than-life OMNIMAXģ films. There's even a gallery designed just for kids from 2 to 6!
Burnaby Village Museum
Where History Comes to Life - stroll down the streets of our 1920s village exploring heritage and replica buildings. Period costumed townsfolk welcome visitors and give demonstrations in the homes, businesses and shops. Popular stops include a chat with the blacksmith, a demonstration in the print shop, a wander through the garden at the farmhouse and a visit with the clerk at the General Store.