West Point Grey and the University of British Columbia lands have some of the most visited attractions in Vancouver.
You can find most of them below, or visit the Tourism Vancouver website.
Spanish Banks Beach
Spanish Banks Beach is located at the foot of Tolmie Street, north of Point Grey Village. At low tide, the water is one kilometre off shore. One of Vancouver’s most popular beaches, this great expanse of sand and surf is loved by beach volleyball players, sunbathers, swimmers, skim boarders and those who like to relax and enjoy the spectacular views.
Pacific Spirit Regional Park
Pacific Spirit Regional Park is a 874-hectare park located in the University Endowment Lands, next to Point Grey Village. The forests, creeks, beaches, cliffs and bog of this regional park provide habitat to a wide variety of plants and animals. The trails are a great place to get out and connect with the amazing nature.
Nitobe Memorial Garden
Nitobe Memorial Garden is a traditional Japanese Tea and Stroll garden at the University of British Columbia. It is one of the most authentic Japanese gardens in North America and among the top five Japanese gardens outside of Japan.
The Museum of Anthropology
The Museum of Anthropology at the University of British Columbia campus is renowned for its displays of world arts and cultures, in particular by the First Nations of the Pacific Northwest.
UBC Botanical Garden
UBC Botanical Garden is a place where visitors of all ages can explore and learn about plants from every corner of the world.