You’re one of the Capilano Tramps, those early adventurers who made the long “tramp” to Capilano Suspension Bridge.
Today visitors to Capilano Suspension Bridge Park can pose with the Tramps before they begin their walk through the Story Centre. Life-size photomurals, artifacts and antiques together with “voices from the past” and informative signage chronicle the early history of the Bridge and the development of Vancouver.
Nancy Stibbard the current owner of Capilano Suspension Bridge Park used to work in the park selling ice cream at just 8 years of age.
Rae Mitchell built the modern, steel-cable bridge in only five days.
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Face masks are encouraged, but no longer required. Proof of vaccination is no longer required to enter the Park or dine in the Cliff House Restaurant. Please do not enter the Park if you display any symptoms of COVID-19. For more details, please visit our Special Advisory Page