Besides this they also have the Treetops Adventure, with suspension bridges between tall trees (good for kids to run around on) and a Raptor show, where you can learn about birds of prey and even hold a hawk! Pro tip: This place is super crowded on weekends... try to go on a weekday morning.
Granville Island - The island is connected to to the mainland by a bridgem but you can even get here by tugboat. It is of the city's most important cultural districts with theatres, artisan workshops and craft studios. There are lots of restaurants, the most famous being the brightly yellow-coloured 'Bridges'. You can have a fresh meal of salmon or mussels on an outdoor table by the water's edge, while watching the boats crossing. You can indulge in some water activities as well, we went for a kayaking session and got to see someone learning flyboarding. Once he had mastered the trick, he looked just like Ironman! Granville island is also famous for it's public market ,which is open all day, every day, selling fresh produce, seafood and gourmet goodies.