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Spring Break Adventure Days – Make your Plans Today!

March Break is almost here, and so is the time for the perfect Adventure Day, or Days!  There’s no need to look any further than VancouverAttractions.com to create the perfect day trips for you and your adventuring crew.  With 25 attractions and experiences to choose from whether the Lower Mainland is your own backyard, or if you are travelling from the other side of the world!  Book direct with these top attractions, and enjoy BC resident savings, or book through vancouverattractions.com and save as much as 35% for single day visits.

An adventure day for all ages in downtown Vancouver should include a ride into the city centre via public transit, Skytrain, Seabus, West Coast Express or a regular bus ride starts your adventure day with great people watching and stress-free transportation.  Head straight to the Vancouver Lookout located in the heart of the city, a quick ride to the top where you will enjoy 360-degree views as far east as Mount Baker and west to Vancouver Island!  The world’s best game of eye spy can be played or bring your headsets and listen to the free audio tour, available in 6 languages, as you cruise this observation deck. 

Then head over to the FlyOver Experience, at Canada Place, this cool attraction now soars over at least two destinations every day!  This March they are offering a choice of three unique adventures… Windborne: Call of the Canadian Rockies, Hawaii from Above and Wonders of the American West, locals’ rates and double feature savings are available. To or from this experience be sure to allow time to enjoy the Canadian Trail, all along Canada Place’s promenade, to experience Voyage Canada that tells quirky stories from across the country.

A second day of downtown adventures should include a visit to historic Chinatown with visits to Dr Sun Yat Sen Garden, add a tea service and tour, and the Chinatown Storytelling Centre.  One of Vancouver’s newest attractions where over 250 stories are shared by Vancouver’s Asian founders and families.  Enjoy 20% off both when you book through this website.  Dim sum or Chinese BBQ should be on the agenda as well, there are endless new and iconic dining choices in the neighbourhood.
Adventure day three this spring break should take you to the North Shore of this amazing city to experience British Columbia’s two top attractions, Capilano Suspension Bridge and Grouse Mountain and one of the most exciting “new” neighbourhoods, The Shipyard’s.  When you visit The Shipyards include a stop at MONOVA, where you can explore North Vancouver’s history and take part in their Spring Break programming. If your adventures are still including public transit, from The Shipyards, just catch the Grouse Mountain bus, number 236, and you are on your way to the next leg of your adventure to Capilano Suspension Bridge Park, check out the Rainforest Explorers adventure that will ensure you don’t miss a thing, and might even earn you a reward.  At Grouse’s the kids rope bridge and snowshoeing is ready to welcome all adventurers!

And one more adventure day for everyone’s consideration, also easily accessed by public transit, should be to Stanley Park, “The Jewel of Vancouver”, and home to the Vancouver Aquarium and their newest exhibit, Monsters of the Abyss, an all-new interactive exhibit where today's most famous and feared aquatic predators clash with their prehistoric ancestors.  And the Stanley Park Horse-Drawn Tours, a storytelling adventure that is sure to delight the equine fans in your party and delight everyone with tales of the park and the city’s history.

Whatever adventure you choose this March Break be sure to include a top Vancouver Attraction or two and book through Vancouver Attractions.com, where you can save as much as 35% on all of your tickets.