Lynn Canyon Ecology Centre, North Vancouver

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Natural History Museum
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  • Our kids enjoyed the Ecology Centre. We popped in as we were leaving the park. It is a small information centre with some exhibits regarding nature and animals. You will also find a gift shop and we d...  more »
  • What to do in Vancouver on a rainy day? Head here. Families with small children will enjoy the exhibits and puppet show area. Entrance by donation. Afterwards is the suspension bridge, lower falls and...  more »
  • The Ecology Centre/gift shop is pretty cool. Entry for a contribution. Works as a museuzinho and has various information that kids love to her adventures as: what is the footprint of each animal from the Park, where you will find them, what to do when it finds them. A science class full! Very cool!
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  • Free parking. Fresh air. Beautiful sights. There werent many tourists when I visited on Saturday. The site was quite peaceful as a result. Bring decent hiking shoes as the paths can get quite muddy
  • Nice place to visit in summer and also in winter. You can swim and you can hike across many paths that it has. The bridge is quite good but smaller than Capilano bridge. Very good place to go with the family.
  • It has changed a lot. They made the trails wider than before. Good for a short walk with your friends, visitors, dogs, kids, or couples while admiring the beautiful sceneries along the way.
  • A small centre, offering information on Lynn Canyon. More focused at children. Had a small shop with gifts as well.
  • This is the free version of Capilano Suspension Bridge. Great views, hiking to a water hole, ecology center, restrooms. Usually crowded and parking is not huge so arrive early.