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Lions Gate Bridge
Vancouver Top 3 in Can't-Miss Landmarks

4.5/5
191 Reviews
Bridge
Liked by 5
Open Open 24 hours
Recommended Sightseeing Time: 0.5-1 hour
Address: Lions Gate Bridge Rd, Vancouver, BC, Canada

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The iconic Lions Gate Bridge connects the downtown Vancouver core to both North and West Vancouver. If you do visit the bridge, make sure you visit the portion known as Prospect Point!

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  • PookyCake
    PookyCake
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    Vital Link (2)

    Recognized as a National Historic Site of Canada in 2004, Vancouver’s Lions Gate Bridge has been called “an iconic symbol of Vancouver” by the Canadian Encyclopedia and “one of the most photographed l...

    Reviewed on /Date(1606234518000+0800)/
  • PKA3300
    PKA3300
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    Spine

    Lions Gate bridge can easily be referred as the spine running between Vancouver and North Shore. Anyone living on either sides cannot do without it

    Reviewed on /Date(1599904432000+0800)/
  • toddlerpants
    toddlerpants
    Droitwich, Worcestershire, England
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    A heck of a bridge.

    A heck of a bridge. We saw this bridge (you can't miss it) from all angles. And whichever way you look at it, it is impressive. It was originally called the First Narrows Bridge as it spans the first...

    Reviewed on /Date(1596053118000+0800)/
  • EkMusafir
    EkMusafir
    Pune
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    Famous Suspension Bridge Of Vancouver.

    Lions Gate Bridge is the iconic suspension bridge which joins Vancouver main city to North and West Vancouver across the Burrard Inlet to the harbour. It connects from the northern end of Stanley Park...

    Reviewed on /Date(1578449580000+0800)/
  • bucketlisttravellers
    bucketlisttravellers
    Sydney
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    Pretty bridge with lions carved into the entrance

    This bridge is a prominent landmark in Vancouver which lights up nicely at night. From Prospect Point Lookout you can get a nice view of it. From there we walked down the path to get to the entrance o...

    Reviewed on /Date(1576934645000+0800)/

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Introduction

The Lions Gate Bridge, aka First Narrows Bridge, in Canada is a suspension bridge which crosses over the Burrard Inlet and connects the city of Vancouver to the municipalities on the North Shore. Its name, “Lions Gate,” was given to the bridge because it reflects “The Lions," a pair of mountain peaks north of Vancouver. Plans for the bridge were first established in 1890, but construction did not begin until March 1937. Today, the bridge has earned its place as a National Historic Site of Canada, and is even featured in many films, including Final Destination 5, Tron:Legacy and DaVinci’s Inquest.
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