Museums, Galleries, and More!

When not learning about theological librarianship at Atla Annual, you may want to visit some of the museums, galleries, and other attractions in Vancouver. Below are some recommended sites to visit. Bloedel Conservatory Opened in 1969, the Bloedel Conservatory is a “domed lush paradise” at the top of Queen Elizabeth Park in Vancouver. The conservatory…

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Stanley Park

Stanley Park is a favoured destination for both tourists and locals alike. The park is named after Lord Frederick Stanley, who served as the sixth governor-general of Canada from 1888-1893 (the NHL’s Stanley Cup is also named after him). Stanley Park has traditionally been home to the Burrard, Musqueam, and Squamish First Nations. During the…

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Streets and Neighborhoods

There are some trendy streets and neighbourhoods in Vancouver that you may want to amble down when you’re not attending Atla Annual. Many of these are within walking distance of the conference hotel, though you may want to take public transit to visit Commercial Drive and Granville Island. Robson Street Robson Street is one of…

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