Image Collection create a gallery browse galleries advanced search Gallery: Granville Island Vancouver Created by: Ethan Kent, Oct 19, 2004 Granville Island Ships docked in the harbor, with Granville Island in the background. IMG 9255 Granville Island from above. IMG 9253 A night time view of the bridge to the Island. Granville island vancouver canada fk 2004 022 A cement factory still operates on the Island, one of several active remnants of its industrial past. Granville island vancouver canada ek 2004 075 Regular ferry service crosses False Creek. granville water The building in the background is Isadora's, a community owned restaurant that looks out on the water park. Water Cannon Despite plenty of rain in the area, there's still a thirst for water elements. Granville island vancouver canada ek 2004 028 Many a retail street could use a few pointers from Railspur Alley. Granville island vancouver canada ek 2004 034 Each tenant has a studio and a gallery housed in spaces that allow their crafts to spill out onto the Alley. Granville island vancouver canada ek 2004 037 The restaurant in the center of the Alley is a social destination. Granville island vancouver canada ek 2004 046 The island is not car-free, but pedestrians are safe even in the middle of the street. There are no curbs, and pedestrian space is defined by planters, logs, and colorful pipes. Granville Island maket The Granville Island Public Market is the anchor destination for tourists and locals alike. Granville island vancouver canada fk 2004 074 The maket products, and the meticulous attention to display, are the real attraction. Granville island vancouver canada ek 2004 062 Many are enticed - even transfixed - by the pies. Bumbleberry Pie! Bumbleberry pie: the real reason Granville Island is a great place! Granville Island Tea Company Many incubator businesses are located on the periphery of the market, like the Granville Island Tea Company. Granville performers Street performers are an integral part of Granville Island, with several spaces designed to support them. Street Performers Other spaces are less formal, but the audience is always part of the performance. Street Performers Very few public spaces are ideal for street performers, but this space is one of the best. Street Performers A performer gets chained up in a straitjacket by tourists from New York City. Street Performers The audience stays even as it starts raining. Street Performers A truly engaged and comfortable audience. No these people are not watching TV.