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Convention Center

Vancouver Convention Centre

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Sanjay
Sanjay
September 27, 2017
Major convention centre
Fiona
Fiona
May 25, 2019
The award winning Vancouver Convention Centre is recognized as one of the leading convention centres in the world. The facility attracts 300+ events annually
Shane
Shane
November 16, 2017
Location for trade shows and conventions.
Alice
Alice
September 9, 2017
Iconic building in Vancouver, it's got green roof and great view! There is the Olympic Cauldron at the plaza.
David
David
November 9, 2017
amazing building . 2010 olympic torch is here along many great sculptures
Edward
Edward
September 17, 2017
See the sails and the views.
Edward
Edward
September 17, 2017
Live rooftop, great views.
Dario
Dario
August 11, 2017
The Famous Convention Center is a 13 minutes walk!
Kaila & Justin
Kaila & Justin
November 30, 2019
Located on the downtown waterfront with a dramatic mountain backdrop, the Vancouver Convention Centre’s two connected buildings feature 466,500 ft2 (43,340 m2) of flexible meeting, exhibition, ballroom and plenary space. As the world’s only LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design)…

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Location
999 Canada Pl
Vancouver, BC V6C 3E1
Phone+1 604-689-8232