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Make the most of the last days of summer…

While the official end of Summer 2023 is September 22 it always feels like it comes to a stop when the kids go back to school!  In Vancouver that’s not until September 5 so come on put running shoes on and hit the ground running to make the most of what’s left of this amazing summer with a visit or two at these top attractions and save a bundle while you are at it!  Tickets purchased through vancouverattractions.com are valid for a whole year so add a few more to your cart and enjoy visiting into the Fall too!!

Late summer combined with the onset of early fall colours pack a punch at our top garden attractions, VanDusen and UBC Botanical… the maze at VanDusen will captivate everyone in your party while the GreenHeart TreeWalk will test the daring in all.  Add a visit to the Bloedel Conservatory, home to dozens of tropical birds and plants and located in the beautiful Queen Elizabeth Park, save 25% when you book all three.

After a stop at the Vancouver Lookout, this observation deck 553 feet above the City will help you get oriented to the best neighbourhoods, the fantastic scenery and give you the opportunity to play the best game of eye spy ever!!  Head back down for a quick trip on the Seabus which will take you from downtown to Vancouver’s hippest neighbourhood, the Shipyards.  The Shipyards is home to two great attractions, available here as a combo ticket, MONOVA the museum of the North Shore, exploring local history from the first peoples to the 2010 Winter Olympics and The Polygon Gallery, where exhibitions in photography and related media rotate seasonally and provoke cultural insight.  Both have exceptionally curated gift shops worth a visit too!! 

Stay close to the water with a tour with Harbour Cruises, they close for the season on September 30 so book soon!  This narrated sightseeing tour by water explores the Burrard inlet and provides insight into the history and importance of Vancouver’s port in our city’s development.  Not to mention some of the best photo opportunities ever!  Be sure to grab a cool beverage and enjoy the sights on the top deck! 

And a must see for every family or history buff is Britannia Mine Museum.  This restored Coppermine was once the largest in the world!  Explore the site, book the underground tour and 4D experience BOOM!  for a full day of fun… and dare I say it… learning!! 

Book these or any of our 25 entertaining, enlightening and engaging experiences, and save as much as 35%!