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On our way to the Roedde House Museum, we stopped off to enjoy the Barclay Heritage Square which is adjacent. On a sunny afternoon is was a delightfully peaceful area to stroll and enjoy the planting before sitting and relaxing on the provided seating. Not...More
As an architecture buff, I enjoyed a walk around this West End square's perimeter to look at the exterior of homes built here between 1890 and 1908. This assortment of wood buildings that ring the square is a real treat in a city where high-rise...More
I am Glad that these restored houses on a landscaped park like city block still exists. It shows off what the West End really looked like at the turn of the century. Visit Rohde house for a tour of a typical wealthy 1902 home of...More
Came across this quite close to our hotel and it is like a time warp of how life must have been before the arrival of sky scrapers. Several wooden buildings with a green area which looks like a pleasant place to sit and relax
This is a popular park for locals to go but I wouldn’t say it’s a tourist destination. If you feel like taking a walk up Barclay, just a few blocks off Denman, you will run into some lovely character homes and this small park with...More
I had read reviews about the gardens in this area so we put in on our itinerary. If you have run out of everything else to do in Vancouver than I would say maybe this is worth seeing but it should go on the bottom...More
Interesting restored old Vancouver homes to view, weddings are sometimes held here. They are actually located at Barclay and Broughton Streets.
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A hodgepodge of landscapes, the West End combines verdant gardens and blocky modern architecture, with Victorian bits and Edwardian bobs in between. It is a paradise for takeout food, take-away coffee, and perhaps incongruously, some of Vancouver's most languid lines of beachfront. English Bay and Sunset Beach invite swimmers, strollers, and picnic-lovers to take in dusk settling over the water, or to jog along
with the sunrise, offering breathtaking views at any time of day. The West End merges together so many looks and flavors probably because it functions a hub: its the leafy pit-stop between nightlife and entertainment venues along Davie Street, and the shopping paradise that is Robson Street, offering visitors beautiful parkland to rest on, and quick, easy food to re-fuel with in between ventures.