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Roundhouse Community Arts & Recreation Centre

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This facility’s award winning transformation from the old Canadian Pacific Railway’s service facility for its trains into a modern arts and cultural centre is both splendid in design and appearance. The unique spaces provided in the original building’s layout have yielded a large black box performance centre and a commodious exhibition hall. This centre’s focus on the arts provides for dance, pottery, woodworking and numerous theatre rentals along with a full-size gymnasium for physical activities. The Roundhouse Community Arts & Recreation Centre is adjacent to stunning glass pavilion housing CPR Engine 374 which pulled Canada’s first transcontinental train into the City of Vancouver in 1886.

The new necklace of parks around the False Creek basin and nearby to the Roundhouse include David Lam Park, Coopers’ Park and Creekside Park, all within walking distance. An emerging community within the neighbourhood translates into a wide variety of user groups from preschool to seniors.

Best of all, the seawall pedestrian/cycle path is just at this facility’s door step offering an assortment of excellent walks, rides or blading prospects.


  • Diaper Disposal
  • Family Washroom
  • Kid Friendly
  • Change Area
  • Breast Feeding Friendly

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