Places to stay in Bowen Island, British Columbia
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Bowen Island, an island municipality, lies near Vancouver, British Columbia in Howe Sound, within the Greater Vancouver Regional District. Approximately 6 kilometres wide by 12 km long, the island sits about 6 km west of the mainland, with regular ferry service from West Vancouver. There were 2,957 permanent residents as of the Canada 2001 Census, a number that is supplemented in the summer by roughly 1,500 visitors, as Bowen Island is a popular vacation home location for British Columbians. About 500 workers and over 200 students commute to offices and schools on the mainland each day. Places to eat in the region include Bowen Sushi To Go, Bowen Island Marina Ltd, Artisan Eats Cafe & Fine Foods, and Boathouse Restaurants.
Wondering where to stay? The region is mainly known for Cottage or Rental style accommodations, though there are a few nearby Bed and Breakfasts. If you are travelling in the area, Bowen Island is located close to Nicholson Cove, Joan Point, Gabriola Island Indian Reserve 5, Canoe Islet and Lynnmour.
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- Longitude: -123°20'6
- Latitude: 49°22'40.44
Things to see and do
Located at 909 Gibsons Way Rr 8. Gibsons Cinema, movie theatre in Gibsons, British Columbia.
Vancouver Police Museum
Located at 240 Cordova Street East. Visit Vancouver's old Coroner's Court to learn about the history of lawlessness and law enforcement in Vancouver. Also, check out the popular school programs, public tours and the unique gift shop.
Located at 1590 West 2nd Avenue. Lattimer Gallery specializes in Native Art of the Northwest Coast and is located near Vancouver's beautiful Granville Island. We are open seven days a week and have complimentary customer parking across from the gallery.
The Art Emporium
Located at 2928 Granville Street. Exceptional inventory of paintings by all members of the Group of Seven and several of their contemporaries, as well as other major Canadian, French and American masters of the 20th century, for serious collectors and investors.
North Shore Bowl
Located at 141 3rd Street West. Open since 1961, this family oriented establishment has been owned and operated by 3 time Canadian Bowling Champion Richard Grubb since 1983. We have 16 lanes to host leagues, glowbowling, bumper bowling, ball ramps, a party room which also glows, video games and snacks.
Coastal Peoples Fine Arts Gallery
Located at 1024 Mainland Street. Coastal Peoples is a leading gallery showcasing museum-quality Northwest coast First Nations and Inuit artwork. Recognized for representing British Columbia's master carvers, the gallery has earned a reputation for discovering a new generation of talented artists who push the boundaries of this legendary art form.
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