Up until 1886, the City of Vancouver was one known as Granville. When the City was renamed, a small inlet known as False Creek was named Granville Island. Today, Granville Island is a mecha for restaurants, shopping, and tourism. A host to a variety of buskers (street performers), the area is bursting with life and entertainment throughout the year with performances by jugglers, magicians and musicians.
Passenger ferry service from Granville Island to Downtown Vancouver is provided by two ferry companies, Aquabus and False Creek Ferries.
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