Granville Island Public Market

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Granville Island
Vancouver, Canada
-604666 6477
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The Granville Island Public market is a large indoor public market with about fifty permanent merchants and 100 temporary merchants.  Everything from food, local crafts, fresh produce and flowers area available.  Usually the market will feature performers.
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Located in the north end of Granville Island
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First To Review: Karen A.
5.0 star rating
Jul 8, 2011
I just love this place! Good food, good vibe, awesome view. Def. to put in any "to visit list" while around Vancouver. Access is easy thru public transit or even getting some water taxi from False Creek/Science World. Also walk around and enjoy the art galleries!
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Sep 2, 2010
Loved the fruit market and the stalls: got a wonderful whale tail flick photo from Wanda and Bill Keay. They have such fantastic wildlife photographs. all in all, great place to stroll and check the galeries. It's just a short aqua bus ride to Granville island...
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5.0 star rating
Aug 29, 2010
A fabulous fresh food market! One of the best in the world. Buy yourself a gourmet picnic and sit and watch the mini ferrys ply the surrounding waters. One of my most favorite places in Vancouver.
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Jul 10, 2011
Take the water taxi from False Creek/Science World. It's all about the view. You can sit down with a bite to eat and enjoy looking at downtown Vancouver. Check out the art galleries as well.
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3.0 star rating
Aug 1, 2011
Overpriced local fresh produce and fish! Go to Go Fish which is nearby for good Fish & Chips. You can also take the little Granville Island ferry for a few bucks to go around the water.
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