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| Stanley Park, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
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Reviewed yesterday

amazing totem poles to experience ... not so many as to be overwhelming, but each is vastly different from the others. Signs explain the symbols and features of the poles.

Thank HollyBerryElf
Reviewed 5 days ago

Growing up in vancouver we went to Stanley Park alsomst every Sunday. I always thought the totems colourful Then i learned they were specific to the Northwest they took on greaster meaning. i have two paintings of Haida totems that I cherish because of seeing...More

Thank fraeya b
Reviewed 6 days ago

When it comes to totem poles, unless you wish to travel for hours into the interior, or take the ferry to Vancouver Island, This is as good as it gets. While the Museum of Anthropology at UBC has some poles and a lodge outside; their...More

Thank Chris D
Reviewed 1 week ago

Visited the totem's on a Hop-on/Hop-off trip first... then went back for a closer look. Well worth the time taken to leave the tour and stroll around the totems reading the stories and history. Amazing objects with some amazing stories to tell. Recommended.

Thank Kevin M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Ever since I was ‘into’ cowboys and Indians, back in the mid 1950s, I have been into Native American culture and remember hearing about these totem poles at some undetermined time. My first chance to experience the lore of those days was in 1997, when...More

Thank Nigel J
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This was our first stop with the hopon-hopoff bus tour. There is a little gift shop and loads of information about the totems and the natives who carved them.

Thank Katherine G
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Moving, appreciative of the history and story told by this Totem Pole. This is a Totem Pole which commands respect and understanding - not just a quick look and photo opportunity. Take the time to really look and appreciate what it means to the hands...More

Thank croatianbriar
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Loved introducing my boyfriend to these traditional Canadian works of art. Was very interested to learn about their history!

Thank EBCameron
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Quite an interesting collection of totem poles. Very clear signs explain every one . Excellent shop nearby sells useful books that explain totems as well as other souvenirs.

Thank Julia908
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

For me this is the most interesting part of Stanley Park. The totem poles are not only stunning to look at and photograph but they are all well-labelled with stories of their meaning and historical setting. The gift shop was attractively laid out with irresistible...More

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Response from Yiwen0415 | Reviewed this property |
you can buy big bus ticket or trolly ticket, they will drive around stanley park and some other attractions. also, they stop at some hotels in downtown. or you can take no.19 bus, which can bring you to stanley park as... More