Greater Vancouver is a paradise for kids of all ages! There are literally hundreds of outdoor and indoor activities to entertain kids and parents all day, every day, year-round. Vancouver is one giant adventure playground, with interactive museums, cool attractions, fun festivals and amazing parks. Below are some suggested activities in and around Vancouver which families may find interesting.
If there’s one thing children are good at, it’s getting their parents to spend money. But exploring Vancouver with the kids doesn’t have to break the budget. There are plenty of free and fun things for families to experience, and free never means boring here in Vancouver. So turn your family vacation into a great one with these free attractions in Vancouver.
When the sun shines in Vancouver, there’s no better place to be! Summer in the city gives visitors the broadest selection of both cultural and adventure activities, and this itinerary shows off the best of the season.
May 5, 2017 – The festival is over, but the cherries and our reports continue! ‘Shiro-fugen’, our last major player to bloom, should be open everywhere now. These open with bronze leaves and white flowers. In two weeks, we’ll have photos of these trees with green leaves and pink flowers. These were photographed by UBCBG forums user Junglekeeper on West 3rd Avenue near Alma.
The blossoms are on their way and when they come out, there’s just two weeks to capture the most beautiful and exciting cherry blossom moments!
Any of these must-sees will kick-start your Vancouver sightseeing, and you are sure to stumble upon plenty of other Vancouver treasures along the way.
Gastown is home to many artists and galleries, music venues, and historic sites. Here’s our guide to ten of the best restaurants.
Vancouver Aquarium is a not-for-profit marine science centre. Our 1,500 staff and volunteers are deeply committed to protecting our oceans. We wanted to highlight our commitments to ocean conservation, our animal care practices and our amazing people who work hard every day to conserve our natural world.
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