A Guide to Capilano Suspension Bridge Park
A 15-minute drive from downtown Vancouver, the iconic Capilano Suspension Bridge is a Vancouver landmark. Since 1889, visitors and locals alike have flocked to this famous swinging bridge across Capilano Canyon, making it one of Canada's most popular attractions. The reason is simple - there are so many things to see and do. Committed to preserving and presenting its history, culture and nature in unique and thrilling ways, Capilano Suspension Bridge Park is Canadian in nature, universal in appeal.
Things to Do
If you’re driving from downtown Vancouver, follow Georgia Street through Stanley Park and across the Lion's Gate Bridge. Take the North Vancouver exit to Marine Drive, then left up Capilano Road. The park will be on your left. Alternatively, take transit! Take the SeaBus from Waterfront Station in Vancouver over to North Vancouver’s Lonsdale Quay. From there, Translink offers regular service to Capilano Suspension Bridge Park via the “#236 – Grouse Mountain” bus. For more details, visit the TransLink website.
Or, ride their round trip daily free shuttle service from downtown to and from Capilano. Offseason service is every 30 minutes, April and October is every 15 minutes, and peak season service is offered every 10 to 15 minutes with a choice of two routes.