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November the Perfect Month for a new exhibit!

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!

All Hallows Eve @ Vancouver Attractions

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!  

Vancouver Art Gallery Illuminated by Art at Facade Festival

See the Vancouver Art Gallery Illuminated by Art at Façade Festival

The Vancouver Art Gallery is always full of incredible art and from September 8th to 14th this year, the building itself will become a massive, dynamic artwork.

A partnership between Burrard Arts Foundation and the Vancouver Art Gallery, Façade Festival is a free, outdoor public art project and cultural event. For this festival, a selection of contemporary artists were chosen. The artists created original artworks using technology known as ‘projection mapping’, which turns any object into a canvas for video art.

Rainy Days in Vancouver

Rainy Weather Doesn’t Stop Vancouverites, Don’t Let it Stop You!

Fall has arrived and winter is not far behind, shorter days and rainy weather in Vancouver means it’s time take it indoors to get active, learn a thing or two and take in some exceptional exhibits at some of our best attractions.

Northern Biodiversity the Focus of Species at Risk

Northern Biodiversity the Focus of Species at Risk meeting
By Rick Taylor, Director of the Beaty Biodiversity Museum & Chair, Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada (COSEWIC) on May 9, 2017

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