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Vancouver Pubic Art Tour

Vancouver has a Public Art Program that seeks to incorporate contemporary art practices into city planning and development. Large portions of the public art is funded by the provincial and federal government. Explore through some of our favorite sculptures (and one funny sign) around Vancouver.

  • 1.

    A-maze-ing Laughter

    A-maze-ing Laughter

    14 total statues located in Morton Park

  • 2.

    The Birds Sculpture

    The Birds Sculpture

    Inspired by the Alfred Hitchcock film, The Birds.

  • 3.

    Dude Chilling Park & the Reclining Figure

    Dude Chilling Park & the Reclining Figure

    Located in Guelph park, this sign started as a prank and has since become a popular public art piece.

  • 4.

    The Drop Sculpture

    The Drop Sculpture

    A steel sculpture resembling a rain drop.

  • 5.

    Engagement Sculpture

    Engagement Sculpture

    A series of sculptures by Dennis Oppenheim.

  • 6.

    Inukshuk (Kanak)

    Inukshuk (Kanak)

    A Canadian icon - the Inukshuk.

  • 7.

    Gate to the Northwest Passage

    Gate to the Northwest Passage

    A 1980 sculpture by Alan Chung Hung.

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