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BC Place, Vancouver

(4.2/5 based on 380+ reviews on the web)
Welcome to BC Place! BC Place is the largest sports, exhibition and live entertainment venue of its kind in British Columbia. We've hosted the province’s most notable events including the Opening and Closing Ceremonies of the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games, and many more. BC Place is home to Vancouver Whitecaps FC, the BC Lions Football Club and the BC Sports Hall of Fame. For more information, please visit www.bcplace.com
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  • Football game was fun. Never been before. Enjoyed it. Place is big, lots to see, events held outside as well.  more »
  • I went to when I lived in Vancouver in the past, lots of stuff to see. Are event sports shows and various games for the Canucks. It is an iconic building suitable for the city of Vancouver. Courted and at night was very beautiful, and had always fascinated me. Vancouver public library, and a short walk will take you. Is going to see no sense in every building.
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  • It is a very nice Stadium, the tour should have some Guide to make it a bit more illustrative.
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  • Renovations since the 2010 Olympics have given a nice face-lift to this massive stadium. It is too big, and many events still don't fill the stadium. Nice touch is the drapes that cover the empty upper deck. Having a retractable roof is nice for those times it isn't raining and pleasant outside. Acoustics with the old cheeseburger bun roof were pretty bad, hopefully the new roof helps with concerts. Over the years the food and drinks have improved. Most notably after the renovation. My recent visit I was quite impressed with the food options and creative menus. Video screens are state of the art.
  • Amazing Stadium. Very bright with a good layout and good seating. Cover off the upper portion for soccer games which makes it feel like a smaller stadium and more "packed" than it really is. Food is average, pulled pork was above average. Pricing is on the steep side.
  • It's in Canada. Most people are very friendly, even to a visitor. The stadium is unlike any other sporting event, especially coming from Seattle. Most of the attendees sit and softly clap during a good play. If you want to stand and cheer, you can request to be moved to the Supporter's section (away or home team).
  • I was here for the Canucks Heritage Classic game, and it was a pretty good experience. Make sure to arrive early, the stadium is huge and it can take some time to walk around it to your gate number. Food and drink is of course very expensive, but that's what you get at a stadium. I was happy with the sight lines where we were seated.
  • I went to a Whitecaps game and was pleasantly surprised with the atmosphere and quality of football "soccer" on display. A unique blend of British and North American chants makes this an entertaining and unique matchday experience. Whitecaps till I die!