Stanley Park is over 125 years old and is the largest and first park of Vancouver. The park is considered one of the most beloved parks in the city.
It has been designated as a national historic place in Canada that offers a gorgeous oasis of lush greenery in the middle of a busy city.
There are over 400-hectare (about 162 acres) of natural rain forest that you can explore. There are breath taking views of mountains, water, majestic skies, and magnificent trees along the Park’s well known Seawall. This is a photographer’s paradise.
The gardens alone are worth the trip to this one of a kind Park. There are over 4,500 plants that grace Stanley Park. From the Rose Garden to Shakespeare Garden, you will be taken aback and the splendor that the gardens offer.
Here you will be able to discover everything from exquisite beaches, trails, and local wildlife to the cultural, historical and natural landmarks that is offered up by Stanly Park. You will find totem poles, splendid gardens, and many monuments and famous landmarks.
Some of the landmarks that you will want to visit would be: Beaver Lake, the Hollow Tree, Prospect Point, Lost Lagoon, and Siwash Rock.
There are sculptures and monuments to also tickle your curiosity during your visit to Stanly Park that has been given throughout its 125-year history.
No matter what your age is, Stanley Park has something for everyone. This is a place of true inspiration and beauty.
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