Located just north of BC Place Stadium, Rogers arena is home to the Vancouver Canucks NHL franchise. It was first opened in 1995 as General Motors Place, but the naming rights where purchases by Rogers Communications in 2010, thus the name change.
Rogers Arena has seating for nearly 19,000 fans for NHL hockey games. It was the venue for ice hockey during the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver during which time it was temporarily called Canada Hockey Place.
In addition to hosting Vancouver Canucks home games, Roger Arena features numerous big name concerts and a number of other events throughout the year. If you don't have the opportunity to take in an event or game, guided tours of the arena are available for a nominal charge on Wednesdays and Fridays.
For more information on Rogers Arena and upcoming games and events visit the official website above.
Facts For Your Visit
Official Website: Rogers ArenaFee: Fees vary by event.
Many tourist attractions are temporarily closed due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Please verify any opening hours below with the attraction before visiting.
Category: Stadiums & Arenas
800 Griffiths Way
Vancouver, BC V6B 6G1
Phone: +1 604-899-7400
Melanie T. Feb-17-2020
The venue is a little outdated. There are no cup holders so the floors feel sticky. Depending I. Where you're sitting, some spots are bleacher style so if... Read More
Samantha G. Feb-15-2020
I have been here a few times for a variety of events, mainly for Canucks hockey games. I remember when I first moved up here going to my first Canucks game... Read More
Andy F. Dec-01-2019
During my trip to Vancouver, I never thought about attended an NHL game, but my good friend highly recommended it as soon as he knew I was in Vancouver... Read More
Accommodations near Rogers Arena:
|SkyTrain Line||Nearest Station||Walking Time|
|Expo Line||Stadium Station-Chinatown||2 Minutes|
|Canada Line||Yaletown-Roundhouse||14 Minutes|
How to get to Rogers Arena by SkyTrain
No Buses Needed. From Stadium-Chinatown Station just follow the signs for the Rogers Arena exit. The arena, which is right across the road from the exit can't be missed.
From Yaletown-Roundhouse exit onto Davie Street and head east to Pacific Blvd. Cross over to the far side (important) and go left (north) along Pacific Blvd past BC Place Stadium. Rogers Arena is on your left beyond BC Place.
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