Capilano Suspension Bridge Park
604-985-7474 – 3735 Capilano Rd, North Vancouver – Appreciate nature from three breathtaking perspectives – world famous Capilano Suspension Bridge, the seven bridges of Treetops Adventure and the thrilling heart stopping cliff side adventure Cliffwalk. Free shuttle use permitted. Park Entry Not Valid during Canyon Lights December 21st, 2018 through to January 6th, 2019 inclusive.
Vancouver Aquarium, an Ocean Wise Initiative
604-659-FISH – Stanley Park – Sea otters, penguins and 50,000 other aquatic creatures await your arrival at one of the top aquariums in the world. Sculpture exhibition Vortex, by renowned west coast artist Douglas Coupland, opens
May 18th highlighting the escalating ocean plastic pollution crisis.
Stanley Park Railway
604-257-8531 – Stanley Park – one of Vancouver’s most popular attractions, welcoming over 200,000 visitors per year. Travel over trestles and through tunnels on your two-kilometre winding journey through Stanley Park forests. Open weekends 10am-5pm weather permitting from April 21. If unsure, call to make sure we are open!
Summer Hours: 10 am – 5 pm daily June 30 – September 3, 2018. Not valid during special events: Ghost Train and Bright Nights. Please call our Information Line prior to your visit: 604-257-8531
Roedde House Museum
604-684-7040 – 1415 Barclay St – Step back in time and see what life was like in Vancouver over 100 years ago. Built in 1893, this late Victorian home in the West End has been faithfully restored to reflect the day to day life of a middle-class, immigrant family at the turn of the twentieth century. NOT VALID FOR CONCERTS. See our website for seasonal hours, closures & exclusions. No reservations required. Open Tuesday to Friday and Sunday: 1-4pm. Closed Saturday and Monday.
Vancouver Art Gallery
604-662-4700 – 750 Hornby St – Immerse yourself in historic masterworks and groundbreaking contemporary exhibitions at the Vancouver Art Gallery. 2018 exhibitions highlights include: Takashi Murakami: The Octopus Eats Its Own Leg, Living, Building, Thinking: art & expressionism and A Cultivating Journey: The Herman Levy Legacy.
Privilege passes are accepted 7 days a week from 10am – 5pm and on Tuesdays from 10am – 9pm. Not valid for special events or exhibition openings.
Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art
604-682-3455 – 639 Hornby St – Nestled in the heart of downtown Vancouver, this public gallery is named after the acclaimed Haida artist Bill Reid (1920 - 1998). It is home to the Simon Fraser University Bill Reid Collection and special exhibitions of contemporary Indigenous Art of the Northwest Coast. Open daily from June to September 10am-5pm and winter hours October to mid-May from Wednesday to Sunday 11 am -5 pm.
Vancouver Lookout at Harbour Centre
604-689-0421 – 555 West Hastings St – “SEE IT ALL FROM HERE” The Vancouver Lookout is the perfect “best first stop”, providing a breathtaking 360° bird’s eye view of one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Tickets are valid all day, enjoy both the day and night views.
604-451-1600Cardholder and one guest are also entitled to a complimentary Hop-On, Hop-Off Sightseeing Dual Pass on open-top buses and trolleys Monday through Friday.
604-665-9000 – 999 Canada Place – Come visit Canada Place to enjoy the iconic white sails while taking in the beautiful views of our thriving port city. Walk across Canada on The Canadian Trail, explore the Dream of Canada exhibit, and visit the Port of Vancouver Discovery Centre.
Science World at TELUS World of Science
604-443-7440 – 1455 Quebec St – Check out our new galleries and our outdoor science park (seasonal). There’s a whole world of curiosity waiting for you, including popular, hands-on interactive displays, feature exhibitions and amazing live science shows. See a film in the world’s largest OMNIMAX® screen for only $6/person (plus applicable taxes) Science World at TELUS World of Science just minutes from downtown.
From May 19, 2018 - January 6, 2019, Science World presents its special exhibition, The Science Behind Pixar . This interactive exhibition showcases the science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) concepts used by the artists and computer scientists, who help bring Pixar’s award-winning films to the big screen.
Note: The Science Behind Pixar is a special exhibition and is subject to an upcharge of $8.00/person (plus applicable taxes).
BC Sports Hall of Fame at BC Place Stadium
604-687-5520 -Gate A - BC Place Stadium – Explore. Experience. Be Proud. Be Inspired. Come celebrate the stories of British Columbia’s best athletes and teams in a fun, interactive, family-friendly environment. Relive exhilarating moments from BC sports history, including the 2010 Olympics, Rick Hansen’s Man in Motion Tour, and the successes of the Vancouver Canucks, BC Lions, and Vancouver Whitecaps. Check out our one-of-a-kind BC Place Stadium Tour for $5.00, plus tax visit our website to check the dates tours are offered and call ahead to pre-book, as tour availability varies.
800 Griffiths Way – Get a behind the scenes look at one of the premier sports and entertainment facilities in North America. See where, for over 20 years, we’ve thrilled and entertained fans from all over the world, staged the best of the best in entertainment and sports, and welcomed over 25 million fans through our doors. Tours: Wed - Sat 10:30am, 12:15 & 2 & Sun Noon, 1:30 & 3. Limited availability, book tour at rogersarena.com/book-the-arena/tours Enter Promo code tourismchallenge.
Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden
604-662-3207 – 578 Carrall St – Named the World’s Top City Garden by National Geographic and Canada’s first classical Chinese Garden in all of Canada! Covered walkways and beautiful pavilions protect guests from Vancouver’s famous rainforest conditions and make it the perfect place to visit year-round! The jade green pond, koi fish, collection of 150-year old miniature trees and tai hu rock imported from China, are some of the delights the Garden offers. The Garden offers free guided tours and traditional Chinese tea as well as one of a kind finds at the Eight Treasures Shop. The Garden is closed on Mondays until April 30th, 2018. For tour times check vancouverchinesegarden.com @vangarden
Vancouver Police Museum
604-665-3346 – 240 E Cordova St– Looking for an arresting experience? The Police Museum explores the history of crime, law enforcement and death investigation at the home of the old Coroner’s Court & City Morgue. Enjoy free entrance to the Police Museum for you and a guest! Looking for more adventure, receive a 50% discount on Sins of the City tours for you and your guest during our tour season (April 21- Oct 6, 2018). sinsofthecity.ca
Open: Tuesdays - Saturdays 9am-4pm Closed: Sundays & Mondays.
Museum of Vancouver
604-736-4431 – 1100 Chestnut St, Vanier Park – Canada’s premier civic history museum is a must-visit destination for people who love Vancouver! Gain a deeper understanding of the city through stories and objects showcased in our First Nation and Vancouver History galleries. Visit our featured exhibitions: HAIDA NOW – A VISUAL FEAST OF INNOVATION AND TRADITION – see website for detailed information. Open daily 10am to 5pm and closed late on Thurs at 8pm, Fri and Sat at 9pm.
Vancouver Maritime Museum
604-257-8300 – 1905 Ogden Ave, in Vanier Park – Travel back in time onboard the RCMP St. Roch, connect with the unexplored realm of the world’s oceans and discover some of the world’s great maritime treasures. Take the wheel and navigate through the icebergs of the Northwest Passage in our St. Roch Wheelhouse Experience, visit our latest art exhibition or brush up your knowledge of shipwrecks, explorers and pirates. Now open 7 days a week. Please, NO backpacks or large bags inside Museum.
Museum of Anthropology
604-822-5087 – 6393 NW Marine Dr – Explore traditional and contemporary art from Northwest Coast First Nations and other cultures across the world, housed in a spectacular building overlooking the mountains and sea. Visit our latest temporary exhibitions In A Different Light and Culture at the Centre. Closed Mondays, Oct 15 – May 15, 2019.
UBC Botanical Garden, Greenheart TreeWalk & Nitobe Memorial Garden
604-822-4208 – 6804 SW Marine Dr – UBC Botanical Garden offers access to acres of spectacular gardens and the Greenheart TreeWalk all nestled along the BC coastline. A short distance away is the tranquil Japanese Nitobe Memorial Garden (1895 Lower Mall). Free admission for two adults to the Botanical Garden, Nitobe Garden, and TreeWalk. TreeWalk tours are based on availability.
Free admission for two adults to Nitobe Memorial Garden, UBC Botanical Garden and Greenheart TreeWalk. TreeWalk Tours are based on availability. Please see website for hours: botanicalgarden.ubc.ca/hours. Blackout dates: October 13 & 14, 2018. UBC Botanical Garden and Nitobe Memorial Garden are by donation November 1, 2018 – March 14, 2019. Greenheart TreeWalk is closed November 1, 2018 to April 1, 2019.
Beaty Biodiversity Museum
604-827-4955 – 2212 Main Mall, on the UBC campus – Experience Vancouver’s only natural history museum. Look through the giant jaws of a suspended blue whale skeleton, explore a working research collection, and view hundreds of displays featuring real birds, insects, fish, fossils, plants, shells, and more. Hands-on activities and films for all ages. Open Tuesday – Sunday 10am - 5pm.
604-257-8584 – 4600 Cambie St (at the top of Queen Elizabeth Park) Vancouver – Experience Bloedel Conservatory, a fun, family-friendly indoor attraction located at the peak of Vancouver in Queen Elizabeth Park. Discover 120 exotic birds and over 500 kinds of tropical plants inside the dome and then explore the fountains, gardens and sculptures around Queen Elizabeth Park. NOT VALID FOR SPECIAL EVENTS.
VanDusen Botanical Garden
604-257-8335 – 5251 Oak St – Explore VanDusen Botanical Garden, an inspiring 55 acre outdoor oasis with over 7,500 plant species and varieties. Spot and photograph local wildlife, enjoy the hedge maze with the kids and relax in a serene setting located in the heart of Vancouver. Bring a picnic or dine on the patios of Shaughnessy Restaurant or Truffles Café. Don’t forget to visit the awardwinning visitor centre and browse the gift shop. NOT VALID FOR SPECIAL EVENTS.
Richmond Museum & Richmond Art Gallery
604 247 8300 – 7700 Minoru Gate, Richmond – BOTH UNDER ONE ROOF, ENJOY THE RICHMOND MUSEUM a place to explore, a place to reflect, and a place to discover the many stories of Richmond and the RICHMOND ART GALLERY which featues public art gallery, featuring contemporary art exhibtions, offering a new exhibit every 6-8 weeks along with workshops, lectures, outreach programs and art education programs for all ages.
Gulf of Georgia Cannery National Historic Site
604-664-9009 – 12138 Fourth Ave, Richmond – Explore the history of Canada’s West Coast fishing industry at one of BC’s few historically intact canneries in the picturesque village of Steveston. Open daily 10-5. Starting in 2018, all regular admission for Youth 17 years and under is free at all Parks Canada sites (special events and group programs not included). Not valid during Special Events (such as Easter, Halloween) Open Daily 10 am to 5 pm
The Olympic Experience (ROX) at the Richmond Olympic Oval
778-296-1400 – 6111 River Rd, Richmond – Feel the rush as you fly off an Olympic ski jump, paddle down a raging white-water kayak course, carve the perfect line in a sit-ski slalom race or zip along at incredible speeds on an Olympic bobsleigh track at the Olympic Experience at the Richmond Olympic Oval! As the only official Olympic Museum in Canada, the Olympic Experience features torches, medals, stories, films, world class sport simulators, interactive challenges and more from the Ancient Games in Greece through to the present day. Immerse yourself in sport and the Games at the Olympic Experience! Please note the museum’s hours vary through the year and are different from the Olympic Oval facility. Please check on line for hours of operation.
Lulu Island Winery
604-232-9839 – 16880 Westminster Hwy, Richmond – Come visit Metro Vancouver’s largest winery and production estate. Featuring award winning Canadian Icewine, aromatic table wines as well as local fruit wines. Enjoy up to 5 complimentary wine tastings, plus a video on the Canadian Icewine Harvest every half an hour between 11am-2pm Daily. Please call 24hrs ahead to reserve.
604-238-8050 – 5180 Westwater Dr, Richmond – Is an authentic representation of a once thriving community of canneries, boat yards, residences and stories.
Steveston Interurban Tram
604-238-8081 – 4011 Moncton St, Richmond – Surround yourself in history inside the Steveston Interurban Tram while discovering the people and moments that shaped Steveston Village.
The Polygon Gallery
604-986-1351 – 101 Carrie Cates Ct, North Vancouver – NOW OPEN. Located on Vancouver’s North Shore waterfront, The Polygon is one of Canada’s most internationally acclaimed photography and media art galleries. Open 10 - 5pm. Closed Mondays. Accessible by car, bus or a 12-minute SeaBus ride from downtown Vancouver. Admission to the Polygon Gallery is always free by donation, or enjoy $50 off a Guided Exhibition Tour Monday - Friday for up to 20 guests.
thepolygon.ca @ thepolygongallery
Sea to Sky Gondola
604-892-2550 – 36800 Hwy 99 – Adventure by Nature! Enjoy a scenic 10 min gondola ride 885m above sea level to our Summit Lodge. From there, visit a viewing platform for sweeping views of the Howe Sound Fjord and Coastal Mountains, cross the 100m long suspension bridge, or go for a walk or hike along our many trails.
Valid for one ticket for two/day. Blackout Dates: Saturday - Monday all long weekends except for Good Friday, which will be Friday to Sunday and during annual maintenance Oct 29 - Nov 30, 2018.
Britannia Mine Museum
1-800-896-4044 – Britannia Beach – Explore Britannia Mine Museum! Rumble aboard our train on a guided underground tour. Try your luck at gold panning where you keep what you find. Immerse yourself in our exhibits, galleries and award-winning film. Explore our newest open-air exhibit and "Howe Sound Decks" viewing area. Located on the Sea to Sky Highway between Vancouver and Squamish. Check the website for up to date tour times.
West Coast Railway Heritage Park
604-898-9336 – 39645 Government Rd, Squamish – Opened in 1994, this is home to the West Coast Railway Association’s large collection of locomotives and rolling stock. Located in a beautiful 12-acre mountain valley setting, the museum and Heritage Park offer visitors of all ages a chance to learn about railway history in Canada circa 1920 - 1960 (Miniature railway not included with admission). When you visit be sure to enjoy the mini railway, $3/person for this 20 minute experience.
Audain Art Museum
604-962-0413 – 4350 Blackcomb Way, Whistler – Experience the art of British Columbia, from the traditional works of the province’s First Peoples through to its contemporary masters, in one of Canada’s most treasured wilderness destinations. EARN 3 STAMPS WHEN YOU VISIT.
Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre in Whistler
1-866-441-7522 – 4584 Blackcomb Way, Whistler – Complete your challenge or join us for an hourly guided tour with one of our First Nations Ambassadors that includes a welcome song, captivating film and fun craft activity takeaway. Learn the meaning behind legends, carvings, art, songs and ceremonies. Experience the centre while having fun trying on some traditional regalia, playing a drum, and discovering our interactive exhibits. Visit our Gallery and Gift Shop and enjoy lunch in the Thunderbird Café. Mid April - Thanksgiving, open daily from 9:30am-5pm. Closed on Monday’s Fall & Winter Seasons (from Thanksgiving to mid-April)
604-929-5610 – 405 Seymour River Pl, North Vancouver – A municipal petting farm specializing in the display and care of farm animals and birds, featuring a milking demonstration daily at 1:15pm and visiting areas Goathill and Rabbitat. Open year-round daily April through October; closed Mondays, November through March. 10am-4pm.
Fair at the PNE
604-253-2311 – 2901 East Hastings Street, Vancouver – This year’s Fair at the PNE is full of returning favourites like SuperDogs and Marketplace plus new exhibits, live performances, free nightly concerts and more than 50 rides and attractions. It’s fun for all ages plus children 13 and under are free with an adult admission. See this year’s exciting line-up of shows, attractions, food and rides at www.pne.ca! Free admission for two on week days (Tues to Fri) and 2 for 1 on weekends and holidays. The 2018 Fair at the PNE is August 18 to September 3, 2018 (closed Monday, August 20 & 27)
Burnaby Village Museum and Carousel
604-297-4565 – 6501 Deer Lake Ave – Where History Comes to Life: Stroll down the streets of our 1920’s village, take in a demonstration or two, chat with costumed townsfolk. Village Summer Season, May 5-Sep 3, Tues-Sun, 11am-4:30pm, plus statutory holidays. Enjoy two free admissions to Haunted Village and 10% off regularly priced gift shop items.
604-297-4422 – 6344 Deer Lake Ave – Located inside the beautiful Arts and Crafts mansion Ceperley House at Deer Lake. Arts Alive 2018 & David Ostrem: Why Won’t You Be Art? Gallery hours: Tues-Fri 10am - 4:30pm, Sat & Sun 12 - 5pm, CLOSED MONDAYS and during Gallery installs.
Irving House Museum
604-527-4640 – 302 Royal Ave – One of the oldest community heritage sites in BC. Over 150 years of memories live within Irving House “…the handsomest, the best and most home-like house of which British Columbia can yet boast...” was how it was described in the British Columbian newspaper in April 1865. With 14 furnished rooms to enjoy, Irving House is a mustsee for anyone interested in heritage architecture or BC’s earliest historic periods. Let our costumed guides step you back in time!
Anvil Centre, New Westminster
604-527-4640 – 777 Columbia St – New Westminster Museum & Archives, strives to enhance knowledge and deepen understanding of the City and its diverse peoples. We care for over 70,000 objects, photographs and archival records that serve to illustrate the first peoples, environment, founding, settlement, relationships and development of the New Westminster area. New Media Gallery is a contemporary art gallery known for provocative, cutting-edge art exhibitions influenced by science & technology. The gallery reflects the world around us in ways that are timely and socially relevant. Gathering work from around the world, borrowing from some of the great international institutions, artists and collections. Also on Level 3, visit our Community Art Space that celebrates the rich cultural landscape of New Westminster. The space forges creative dialogue, brings attention to local art as well as creates new opportunities for artists in our city.
Fort Langley National Historic Site of Canada
604-513-4777 – 23433 Mavis Ave, Fort Langley – Experience life as a 19th century voyageur at Fort Langley National Historic Site, where the colony of British Columbia was born. Mingle with fur traders, pan for gold, learn the blacksmith’s art or stay overnight in a Hudson’s Bay Company-themed oTENTik at Vancouver’s only fort (extra cost).
parkscanada.gc.ca/fortlangley @FortLangleyNHS @LHNFortLangley
604-532-3537 – 9135 King St., Langley – Langley Centennial Museum offers a unique Gallery with rotating art, history and science exhibits, a compelling history gallery and amazing collection of First Nations Artifacts, as well as an artisan gift shop all located in historic Fort Langley.
Greater Vancouver Zoo
604-856-6825 – 5048 - 264th St, Aldergrove (Exit #73 off Hwy #1) – Discover over 140 different species on 120 acres in the beautiful Fraser Valley. Learn about endangered species, conservation initiatives, and so much more. Experience free flying Birds of Prey & other interpretive educational talks daily. Enjoy general admission for you and a guest.
BC Hydro – Powerhouse at Stave Falls
604-462-1222 – 31338 Dewdney Trunk Rd, Mission – A National Historic Site of Canada, the Powerhouse at Stave Falls offers an exciting experience for all visitors. Explore this 100 year old facility to learn how power is made through interactive games and historic displays, and see real turbines and generators. Give yourself at least 1 full hour to come experience our high energy! For hours of operations and other information, please visit our website.
Wild Play Maple Ridge
1--855-595-2251 – 23485 Fern Crescent, Maple Ridge – An aerial adventure park offering a new way to experience the natural beauty of Maple Ridge. Zip, crawl and climb through the elevated obstacle course or jump from a 40 foot guided free fall platform. WHAT’S TO FEAR (WTF) PASSHOLDER AND A GUEST JUMP FOR FREE. COLLECT 2 STAMPS. WALKINS ONLY. Add an aerial adventure for a Tourism Challenge special rate of $29.99 Please visit our website for access requirements. Walk-ins only. Maximum 4 people/check in.
Maple Ridge Museum
604-463-5311 – 22520 - 116th Ave, Maple Ridge – Featuring First Nations prehistory, history of European settlement and prominent families of historic Maple Ridge and a world-class model railway diorama of the Port Haney area and lower mainland. On temporary display Hina Matsuri Dolls – Japanese Girl’s Day Dolls.
Open Hours: Sun, Wed & Fri, Noon – 4pm.
Kilby Historic Site
604-796-9576 – 215 Kilby Rd, Harrison Mills – Experience a 1920s Fraser Valley living history site! Visit a 1906 general store, farm, costumed interpreters and friendly farm animals. Facilities include home-style cafe, unique country gift shop & tranquil campground. BC’s Museum of Rural Life! Open 11 am to 4 pm March 31 – May 13 Sat & Sun; May 17 – June 25 Thurs to Mon; June 28 – Sept 3 - Open Daily - Sept 8 – Oct 28 Sat & Sun. NOT VALID FOR SPECIAL EVENTS.
604-863-2324 – Yale Historic Site, 31187 Douglas Street, Yale – Visit the Creighton House Museum, 1863 St. John the Divine, the Living History Tent City, or try your hand at gold panning. Grab a bite to eat at the Ward Tea House or take a virtual reality walking tour of Historic Yale. The site is open daily 10am-5pm April 28 - Oct. 1, 2018. Check our website or call ahead for Tea House hours.
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