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Built back in 1919, the Vancouver Pacific Central Station is a busy transportation hub in the city of Vancouver in British Columbia. Not only is it a train station, but it also serves as the main bus terminal for Greyhound. Built in a neoclassical revival style, this unique building was named a heritage railway station in 1991.
In the 1960s, B.C. Ferries started a passenger ferry service from the mainland to Vancouver Island, and Vancouver Pacific created a bus service to the ferry as well as the airport, Victoria, and the capital. Located at the junction of the Pitt and Fraser Rivers, the waterfront view is nice as you wait for your train. It looks rather large from the outside but is actually warm and cozy inside.
Vancouver Pacific Central Station has free Wi-Fi throughout the station as well as in the Panorama Lounge. If you are looking for a place to grab a bite to eat, you can choose from Ekki Sushi, A&W Restaurant, or the Cappuccino Bar. Grab a paper, magazines, or other needs at the Gateway Newstands, and you can get souvenirs and gifts from Joan’s Gems and Gifts.
Fun Fact: The station has been the location of 14 television series and films such as The Day the Earth Stood Still, The Flash, Psych, the X-Files, and Fringe.
No matter what city you are in, there are always some places you just should not miss. In Vancouver, these are some of our favorites.
In Stanley Park, you can see a collection of nine unique totem poles including the Skedans Mortuary Pole
Check out the awesome exhibits at Science World on Quebec Street
Head over to the Vancouver Convention Center to get a selfie with the Drop, a 65-foot tall raindrop
Take a walk through the Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden on Carrall Street
Enjoy the trails at Andy Livingstone Park on Expo Boulevard
See the city from over 550 feet in the air at the Vancouver Lookout on West Hastings Street
Get some artistic selfies in Alley Oop on Seymour Street
Visit the 60+ stores and restaurants at International Village Mall on West Pender Street
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Because we travel often, we know how hard it is to enjoy the sights while dragging around your luggage. That’s why we created Bounce, where you can leave your bags with one of our vetted and insured partners nearby while you get out and enjoy yourself. Locals can use our service too. Rather than going back home to drop off your things after work, just stow them at one of our local Bounce locations and then do whatever you like.
Whether you are in town for a business trip or a vacation, take advantage of some of the great places to see and things to do in Vancouver. Enjoy some delicious food or shopping at one of the malls or soak up some sun at one of the parks on the waterfront. But leave your luggage with one of our Bounce partners for safekeeping first.
Luggage Storage Near Burnaby Village Museum
About 10 minutes from the station on Deer Lake Avenue, you will feel like you stepped back in time. The 1920s village of 10 acres is a group of old buildings and replicas to help you relive the experience of times past. The townsfolk are dressed in costume to give it an even more realistic feel. Visit the general store for a chat with the clerk, take a ride on the ancient carousel, and see the blacksmith in action at the blacksmith shop. The farmhouse and gardens are great places to stop and get some selfies, and you can hear some stories at the Tram Barn. The gift shop has tons of old as well as new gifts and souvenirs to peruse, and the restaurant is on-site for when you get hungry. Leave your luggage with one of our Bounce affiliates nearby, though, because you cannot bring them with you.
Luggage Storage Near Museum of Vancouver
If you want to learn something about the local culture, take a trip over to Chestnut Street about 15 minutes from the station. The Museum of Vancouver is the largest civic museum in Canada and the oldest in Vancouver. Started in 1894, the iconic round building shares a space with the H. R. MacMillan Space Center so you can visit two places in one trip. For those who want to learn about Vancouver, furniture, tools, clothing, toys, and other objects are abundant. But they also have an Egyptian collection that includes a mummified boy and several animals. The Asian antiques include Cambodian and Vietnamese ceramics, bronze Buddhas, stonework, sculptures, Japanese artifacts from as far back as the 1390s, and Chinese art from the Shang dynasty. Don’t miss the gardens full of flora and fauna. Get your camera from your suitcase before leaving it at one of our Bounce locations so you can get some unique photos.
Luggage Storage Near Capilano Suspension Bridge Park
Head over to Capilano Road about 20 minutes from the station for a fun visit to Capilano Suspension Bridge Park. Built way back in 1889, the bridge in the trees takes you on a 450-foot walk about 230 feet in the air. Although it is wobbly, the bridge is sturdy and safe but not for the faint of heart or those with a fear of heights. For everyone else, it is a fantastic view of the Capilano River and the surrounding area. Take a walk along Cliffwalk, which is a granite path meandering along platforms, stairs, and bridges through the rainforest. The Treetops Adventure lets you go up 110 feet into the middle of the coastal rainforest on seven suspension bridges. With six different eateries, you have your pick of where to go after you work up an appetite. But leave your bags with us at a Bounce spot nearby first.
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It seemed a little sketchy at first but it was my first time using this service and it really is just so easy in Vancouver! They zip-tied my luggage shut for me and had me take a picture of my two bags and they wisked them off into the kitchen! I came back some hours later, showed a picture of my luggage (to a different person) and they came right out. IT WAS RIDICULOUSLY EASY AND CONVENIENT!!! I’m still shook.
What a great idea to drop luggage at a business. This one has the PERFECT location near the financial district in Vancouver. We had never done this before so it felt a little strange to interrupt the storefront, but everything worked great. You take a picture of your bag, and can "lock" it with the tag, too. Payment online was easy.
I had just googled "luggage storage" and ended with this service.iI tried even if I have never heard of it before and it was great. Super easy and quickly booked, the storage partner was also great in Vancouver. Very friendly and helpful, well organized! I defintely recommend this to every traveler tired of carrying stuff around town.
The price for luggage storage near Vancouver Pacific Central Station is just CA$8/bag for the entire day.
There are multiple locations in the Vancouver Pacific Central Station area which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Vancouver International Airport, Vancouver City Centre, and Cruise Ship Terminal and all over Vancouver.
Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $10,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage near Vancouver Pacific Central Station.
Yes, there are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in the Vancouver Pacific Central Station area. Bounce has multiple luggage storage locations nearby Vancouver Pacific Central Station and in the broader Vancouver area where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $10,000 safekeeping gurantee.
The top-ranked middle to high-range hotels near Vancouver Pacific Central Station are Columbia Hotel. When traveling on a budget, the best hostels near Vancouver Pacific Central Station are Central Station Hostel.
The most popular restaurants to visit when near Vancouver Pacific Central Station are Art Gallery Cafe, Sai Woo, and Bestie.
Check out the nearby Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Park, English Bay Beach, and George Wainborn Park.
While nearby, you can check out Science World, Roedde House Museum, and Vancouver Police Museum.