Granville Island is the primary city hub of Western Canada and the core of one of the state’s extensively populated urban areas. It is a cape & shopping province in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. It is tracked down across False Creek from Downtown Vancouver under the Granville Island Street Bridge’s South border.
How to Reach Granville Island?
In different ways, one of the best roads to get to Granville Island is one of the exquisite mini-tugboat ferries that criss-cross False Creek – their best among young & old. Starting from nearby any place in the downtown region to one of the False Creek Ferry or Aquabus ports at the Aquatic Centre, Yaletown, Science World, the floor of Hornby Station, or the floor of Davie Station. Then you jump on the ferry for a short journey over to Granville Island.
There are also conveniences available for bike riders like the Aquabus sports has a bike-friendly boat and the Cyquabus which lets bikes get in from the port at the floor of Hornby Station at an additional cost of 50 cents per bike.
Several other bus trails that take you to Granville Island are the Granville & 5th Avenue at the southern border of the Granville Bridge, trading for various city and suburban avenues. You can get off the bus at 5th Avenue & one has to walk for just 5-10 minutes northward under the bridge to reach Granville Island. After getting one has to notice the broad Granville Island signboard & the yellow & rainbowed Kids Market along with Anderson Station on the northward side.
Adventures to Look Upon in Granville Island
1) Enjoy Boating
2) Touring the Net Attic
3) Wandering Around at the Jetty
4) Be A Part of Various Events
5) The Baking Heaven of Granville Island