The longest days of winter are behind us, and Vancouver’s flowers are blooming! British Columbia celebrates Family Day on Monday February 17, but Vancouver’s top attractions offer family fun all month long. Check out the featured exhibits that are only here for a while, try your hand at on-site family friendly activities, included with admission, or be among the first to visit the Sea to Sky Gondola, scheduled to re-open Friday February 14.
For sure there will be rain, and sometimes there is snow, but that doesn’t mean we can’t get out and explore our city and our backyard! Take advantage of the quieter months, before the visiting hordes arrive, and enjoy the hands-on features including guided tours, scavenger hunts and personal challenges that are included at these great attractions. So, after a brisk walk around the seawall, or a morning at the rink or on the sidelines of the soccer field gather your family, or friends, and head out to a Vancouver attraction and experience something extra.
Christmas In Vancouver – So much to see and do at Vancouver’s Must-See Attractions
Vancouver and the Lower Mainland is on track to becoming a world class Christmas destination, with literally dozens of holiday plays and live music celebrations, a Santa Claus parade to kick off the season and seven top visitor attractions that offer time tested and truly spectacular holiday celebrations that will dazzle, entertain and enchant every family member. Make plans to include at least one of these amazing attractions and Vancouver traditions this holiday season.
The dust never settles at Vancouver’s museums and galleries, curators are constantly at work to bring innovative, thought provoking and entertaining exhibits to their guests. Check out these upcoming or recently launched exhibits, buy tickets here and save when you book two or more attractions. Tickets are valid all year so stock up for upcoming shows as well!
Ghost stories, ghoulish sights, sounds and lots of pumpkins! It’s all Hallows time in Vancouver and some of Vancouver’s best attractions are stepping up to celebrate.
Burnaby Village Museum celebrates in style October 25 – 28 come and explore the Village in the dark of night. Dark Tales and Other Stories, witches, ghosts and all sorts of storybook and fairy tale characters come to life at this year’s Haunted Village. Come waning moon or silver wet cloud, wear your costumes to explore the Village in the dark of night!