Superb introduction to Vancouver a great choice of how to spend our first afternoon in the city
Wendy C Nicaragua
The view is exceptional and the great thing is that the ticket is valid all day- so you can go in the morning and then come back in the evening to watch the breathtaking sunset! Highly recommend as the last thing to do before leaving Vancouver.
I enjoyed the breathtaking views of the City. You can stay and look around at your own leisure. Also, the building is filled with plaques sharing historical information about the city----and sometimes it is about the buildings that you may be looking directly at.
Even though I'm afraid of heights I really enjoyed it,the views are spectacular and the ticket I bought allowed me to go back at night.
Arrived at The Lookout and was quickly issued with my ticket, which allowed multiple access the same day.
I went up at 10am, and it was very quiet (weekday). Stunning views of the city, clean, and was nice to sit and take in this beautiful city.
Went back in the evening for a different view.
Great view of city. The best part is you can use same ticket to go during the daylight hours and then go back at night to see the sunset and city lights. There are interesting plaques around the viewing area so that you know what you are seeing.
Lookout is not as tall and big as CN Tower in Toronto but still good place to view city from high up. I liked idea of buying ticket allows me to go up all day because wanted to view city day and night time.
There were enough information displays inside to give interesting history of city.
Lower level of tower has many shops and if that's not enough the location is close to many other site seeing places like Canada place, Stanley Park and Gasstown. I did not deal with lineups but as any other tourist location there is always a chance you might have to wait for a bit before going up.
This is pretty neat. A little on the pricey side, but you can actually see Mt. Baker in Washington state!
Although this is not spectacularly high it was perfect to do at the start of a stay in Vancouver to get an idea of where everything is. The free commentary given at regular intervals is well worth listening to as they describe in detail what you are actually looking at. The building this is on top of was being refurbished when we visited so the entrance was a bit difficult to find.
We went me morning and had coffee in the restaurant. The coffee was constantly refilled so giving you the time fir a full rotation of the revolving top.
Nothing much. Views are amazing even if we went in the afternoon. I think the views are better at night. Staffs are friendly and very accommodating.
Just too foggy the whole week was there and could get the experience out of it.
If your in the area you might want to go to the lookout..I wouldn't go out of the way to do this tour ..on the hop on bus tours they say get off stop 2 forget that, way too much walking..stop 1 gas town will take you there in a couple of blocks..In the tower you can see the city 360. there is a gift shop, and restrooms..
The Lookout itself was a great experience, however we had a lot of trouble getting to the Lookout. First the gentleman checking us in, didn't know what to do with our vouchers, had to wait for someone to come down and help( this took more than 15 minutes and holding up other people) once someone arrived she got us taken care of and sent us on our way, got in the elevator went up and come back down, went up and came back down(she forgot to flip the switch that lets you off at the correct level.
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