Canada Tourist Attractions
Stanley Park – visit this 1000-acre park in downtown Vancouver. Located in the park are various monuments and sculptures, landmarks and gardens. Also in the park is a collection of totem poles.
Granville Island - The island in the middle of the city under a bridge. This vibrant town square is lined with waterfront restaurants, theatres, galleries, studios, shops and cafés.
Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden - The stunning Garden is an authentic representation of Ming Dynasty-era tradition and the first of its kind outside China.
Niagara Falls – this natural wonder forms the border between New York and Ontario. About 750,000 gallons of water plummets the 13-storey drop each second. Nearby are casino’s, winefarms and other attractions.
Ottawa – the Capital city of Canada. Must see sites include Parliament Hill, the 200-year old Byward Market, Rideau Canal (a UNESCO Site) and various museums and galleries.
Toronto – This large urban city has theatres, a zoo, galleries and a gorgeous skyline.
Old Québec is a UNESCO World Heritage site and the only walled city north of Mexico. The city has a unique European charm, and is over 400 years old.
Visit the Fortifications of Quebec, with its imposing gates, cannons and star-shaped citadel. The Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré Shrine is North America’s oldest pilgrimage site and has been a “place of miracles” for 350 years.
To explore Canada’s First People, a visit to Wendake will provide you with a window onto aboriginal culture.