In addition to the Convention Centre parkade, there are many other parkades in the area and metered street parking is available for a maximum time of two hours.
Please be aware that the area by the Convention Centre and cruise ship terminal can be busy throughout the day.
The Convention Centre East Parkade at 999 Canada Place Vancouver, V6C 3C1, has accessible parking spaces located close to the elevator with direct access to Flyover.
Flyover is accessible via an elevator, including the experience, shop, and cafe, with wheelchair access to all areas.
If you have any concerns about accessibility during your visit, please feel free to contact us.
Upon arrival at Flyover, inform one of our team members of any assistance you may need. We would like to make your time with us as comfortable as possible. Contact us via the form below or call +1.604.620.8455.
At its core, Flyover features an amusement ride employing chairlift-style seats that lift guests up in the air. For safety reasons, in order to board the experience, guests using wheelchairs must be able to transfer to their seat by themselves or with the assistance of a companion.
Guests who are unable to transfer from their wheelchairs may still enjoy the complete Flyover experience. We invite them to view the media of the experience from their wheelchair on a stationary platform.
In such circumstances, the guest will be accompanied by one of our team members on the platform for the duration of experience. For safety reasons, companions are unable to stay on this platform. Companions may choose to wait in a specially designated area, or to experience Flyover in a seat next to the wheelchair viewing area.
PLEASE NOTE: If a paying guest requests assistance from a companion, the companion’s ticket is provided free of charge.
Flyover is committed to providing an inclusive environment for our guests on the autism spectrum. Our team has undergone autism training to learn how to effectively make our space more inclusive and how to adapt our customer service to better serve all guests.
With guidance from Canucks Autism Network, we have created a visual walkthrough of the Flyover experience. This resource is meant to help prepare visitors for their visit to Flyover, from the moment they arrive to the moment they leave.
If a child is too small to ride, the entire group will split up into two groups. The first group will experience Flyover and the second group will stay with the child and receive a Parent Swap ticket. When the first group exits, the second group will present the Parent Swap ticket and admissions to the scanner. While the second group is on the experience, the first group will watch the child. This way, the child will be supervised at all times by a parent or guardian.