Wow! Spring Break is here already! Hopefully you find yourself enjoying family time, and the welcome break from the routine of scheduled activities, homework and all the other stuff that fills our days when schools in session. But if you do find yourself hankering for something new or a little adventure away from screens or the back yard look to Vancouver’s top attractions where there is always something new to explore! When you book on this website, you start to save if you book 2 or more!
Seasons change and so must I, but the fun doesn’t stop at Vancouver’s top attractions. This October offers spooktacular experiences for the entire family and the opportunity to stretch our minds with top class exhibitions at our galleries and attractions. Or take it outside to enjoy festivals that celebrate the harvest season.
The change of season is often an opportunity to change up one’s routine, refresh and revitalize, a visit to Vancouver in September or October when the weather is still nice, just a light jacket required, and the restaurant patio heaters don’t have to be turned too high, and locals have gone back to their routines, can be a part of your refresh and revitalization. Whether you are visiting Vancouver for the first or eighth time, there is always something more to explore.
Vancouver, and our surrounding suburbs, is a family vacation paradise, mix in some beach and park time with these awesome family-oriented attractions and you will have an active, economical family holiday to remember. Tickets purchased through this website can be used at any time or day during your vacation ensuring that you can roll with the mood and energy level of everyone in the family, or respond to Vancouver’s, sometimes, challenging weather patterns! Book 2 and start to save up to 35% on your entire order.
Despite the unseasonable spring weather Vancouver continues to thrive! And our top visitor attractions are offering experiences that entertain, amuse and are mostly weatherproof.
Gardens, gardens, gardens… so many amazing blooms and plants to explore this month and into early June. The unseasonably cool weather has helped stretch spring in Vancouver! Head out to VanDusen Garden, the Rhododendron Garden is in fine form, the Hedge Maze entices and challenges all, and the new growth across this 55-acre garden will fill you with the joy of Spring. Check their calendar for live music events throughout the summer.