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Capilano Suspension Bridge Park
604-985-7474 - 3735 Capilano Rd, North Vancouver - Appreciate nature from three breathtaking perspectives – the world famous Capilano Suspension Bridge, the seven bridges of Treetops Adventure and Cliffwalk, a thrilling cliffside journey high above Capilano River. RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE OF YOUR VISIT. PLEASE EMAIL INFO@CAPBRIDGE.COM TO REQUEST A
RESERVATION BOOKING LINK. VALID TOURISM CHALLENGE PASSPORT, PHOTO ID AND RESERVATION TICKET REQUIRED FOR ENTRY. FOR HOURS OF OPERATION, VISIT capbridge.com/visit FREE SHUTTLE USE PERMITTED MON-FRI ONLY.
778-655-9554 - See splashing sea lions, come face-to-face with a clever octopus and watch adorable sea otters play as you explore over 120 incredible exhibits spanning from the Tropics to the Arctic. The Vancouver Aquarium is located minutes from downtown in beautiful Stanley Park, and is open 365 days a year.
Last ticket entry is at 3:30pm and at 4:00pm from late June to Labour day.
No limit capacity restriction at this time. Tourism Challenge Card Holder, can check-in at General Admissions walk-ups.
Check vanaqua.org for latest updates.
604-688-7246 – 501 Denman Street, next to Stanley Park – Vancouver’s best sightseeing dining and special event cruises. Enjoy a 60-minute fully narrated tour of Vancouver’s Inner Harbour, the Burrard Inlet. Tours times Starting May 1st 11am, 12:15pm, 1:30pm, and 2:45pm. Boarding time for the Vancouver Harbour Tour is 15 minutes before departure. CALL TO MAKE RESERVATIONS THEY ARE REQUIRED. We leave right on time so show up early.
Roedde House Museum
604-684-7040 – 1415 Barclay St – In support of our volunteers, and the limited space for social distancing in the museum - Masks required for entry. 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 OR SPECIAL EVENTS. See our website for seasonal hours, closures & exclusions.
No reservations required. Open Wednesday to Friday, and Sunday (all from 1-4pm). Closed Saturday, Monday and Tuesday.
778-707-1962 – Located in Downtown Vancouver – Canada’s first mystery game company. In a Vancouver Mysteries game, you and your friends are immersed into a real-life adventure. Use the game kit to decipher puzzles, collect clues, and work as a team to solve the mystery as your story unfolds on the streets of downtown Vancouver. No apps required! JOIN A SECRET MISSION SPY GAME EVERY SATURDAY AT 12:30PM DURING THE CHALLENGE! MUST BE BOOKED IN ADVANCE ONLINE vancouvermysteries.com PROMO
Vancouver Art Gallery
604-662-4700 - 750 Hornby Street - Immerse yourself in groundbreaking contemporary exhibitions at the Vancouver Art Gallery. 2022 exhibitions include The Imitation Game: Visual Culture in the Age of Artificial Intelligence and more. Make the most of your Gallery experience with visits to the Gallery Store, 1931 Gallery Bistro and the Art Rental & Sales Showroom. STAMPS AVAILABLE MONDAY – SATURDAY
Visit our website to find out more about what's on view!
Gray Line Westcoast Sightseeing – Vancouver City + Capilano Suspension Bridge Park
604-451-1600 – Tour departs at 12:00pm from Canada Place – Spend a day getting reacquainted with Vancouver on a fully guided 5.5-hour tour. Highlights include stops at Granville Island and Capilano Suspension Bridge Park. Please call the day before your desired tour date to make a reservation. Unstamped Passport required for entry to Capilano Suspension Bridge Park.
Canada Place at the Port of Vancouver
604-665-9000 - Visit Canada Place to enjoy the iconic white sails while taking in the beautiful views of our thriving port city. Walk along the Canadian Trail and experience Voyage Canada with quirky stories from across Canada.
Complete the scavenger hunt quiz at canadaplace.ca/tourismchallenge OR show a social media post (Facebook/Instagram) of the new archway on the west promenade of Canada Place and tag us at @canadaplace and #exploreBC #visitvancouver #exploreCanada.
Go to the Welcome Centre kiosk, located on the front plaza, operated by WESTCOAST Sightseeing, to receive a stamp between 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. daily.
604-443-7440 – 1455 Quebec St. – Discover how much fun science canbe at Science World, where we ignite wonder and empower dreams.Get hands on with interactive displays and be entertained by amazing live shows at our Centre Stage. After your visit enjoy 15% savings on purchases over $5. (before tax) in our Science Store and take learning home with you.
Fans of Vancouver Tours
604 -352-9631 - Do you like going to the movies and watch TV shows? Vancouver has productions filming all over the city on a regular basis. The magic of the movies and TV shows are happening in “Hollywood North”, and we are all part of it. Come to try our tours, you might just feel like you are part of your favorite movie or TV show. Book your tour at email@example.com
Forbidden Vancouver Walking Tours
Join us on our signature walking tour - The Lost Souls of Gastown Tour. Step inside a world of murder, revenge, and true grit in a dramatic history of Victorian Gastown. Stories of deadly fire and smallpox emerge from the shadows as you venture through cobblestone streets to the shocking finale in this unique performance-theatre experience. Post in your stories or answer a question after the tour to receive your stamp from your guide.
Tickets must be reserved at www.forbiddenvancouver.ca. Click the link to buy tickets and enter promo code TC2022LSOG Limited capacity. Available Mon-Sat at 7:00 PM.
forbiddenvancouver.ca @forbiddenvancouver #forbiddenvancouver #visitvancouver #explorecanada #exploreBC
Vancouver Police Museum and Archives
604-665-3346 -240 East Cordova Street - Set in the heart of Old Vancouver, between the historic neighbourhoods of Chinatown and Gastown, the Vancouver Police Museum and Archives offers a one-of-a-kind experience. The museum is located in the heritage building that once housed the City of Vancouver's Coroner’s Court, Morgue and Autopsy Facility, and the original City Analyst's Laboratory.
Home to over 30,000 rare artefacts, photos and archival documents, including unique crime related evidence and innovative forensics. The museum's exhibits tell stories of true crime, justice and policing in the City's history, from its beginnings in the lawless "Wild West" to its current-day initiatives for the community.
Pre-Booking is encouraged but not required. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call.
Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden
604-662-3207 – 578 Carrall St – Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden is a registered museum and one of Vancouver’s top tourist attractions. It is a unique venue for cultural programming and events, including guided tours, concerts, festivals, exhibitions, receptions, and educational programs. Get your stamp by exploring the Garden while taking part in a fun Scavenger Hunt.
Currently open Wednesday - Friday. Hours: 10am – 3pm (last entry at 2pm) Please check out website vancouverchinesegarden.com for updates or follow us on social media IG @vancouverchinesegarden
Chinatown Storytelling Centre
604-225-0055 – 168 East Pender St – Explore the vibrant history of Vancouver’s Chinatown through interactive exhibits filled with stories from the people who lived, worked and played there. Artefacts, photos, and recordings from the 1880s to present day create an immersive self-guided storytelling experience for the whole family.
Get your stamp by exploring the exhibit while taking part in a fun quiz.
Currently open Thursday- Monday. Hours: 10am-5pm (last entry at 4pm). Please check our website chinatownstorytellingcentre.org for more information or follow us on social media IG @chinatownstorytellingcentre
Museum of Vancouver
604-736-4431 – 1100 Chestnut St, Vanier Park – Gain a deeper understanding of our city through stories, objects and shared experiences at the Museum of Vancouver. Take a stroll through the Vancouver History Galleries or check out our current feature exhibitions – see website for details!
H.R. MacMillan Space Centre
Be dazzled by the stars in the night sky – indoors! The Space Centre reveals the wonders of the universe through a spectacular visual presentation in their full-dome Planetarium Star Theatre. Privilege Pass holders and one guest will be granted free admission to our daytime or evening general admission programming. Programming is scheduled by time-slot. Online ticketing is not available for those looking to redeem this offer. The offer must be redeemed at the door. Offer does not include group visits or special events. To confirm ticket availability before you visit reach us at email@example.com or call 604-738-7827. Visit www.spacecentre.ca for hours of operation.
Vancouver Maritime Museum
604-257-8300 – 1905 Ogden Ave, in Vanier Park – Travel back in time aboard the RCMP St. Roch and discover some of the world’s great maritime treasures, visit our latest art exhibition, explore our newly renovated children’s gallery, or brush up your knowledge of shipwrecks, explorers and pirates. Open 10am – 5pm Tuesday through Sunday
Museum of Anthropology
604-827-5932 – 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 mountains and sea. Visit our latest feature exhibitions, as well as the permanent collections of almost 50,000 objects from around the world. CLOSED MONDAYS until May 22. Check website for hours and special closures.
UBC Botanical Garden, Greenheart Tree Walk & 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 nestle along the BC coastline. A short distance away is the tranquil Japanese Nitobe Memorial Garden, 1895 Lower Mall Note Greenheart TreeWalk Tours are based on availability. Please see website for hours. RECEIVE ONE STAMP FOR VISITING UBC BOTANICAL GARDEN AND A SECOND STAMP FOR EITHER VISITING NITOBE MEMORIAL OR EXPERIENCING THE TREEWALK.
STAMPS ARE AVAILABLE 11AM - 3PM. Closed Mondays and Tuesdays. Nitobe Memorial Garden is open Victoria Day May 23
Beaty Biodiversity Museum
604-827-4955 – 2212 Main Mall, on the UBC campus – Vancouver’s natural history museum offering over 500 exhibits and 2 million specimens, plus Canada’s largest blue whale skeleton. ARRIVE BEFORE 4PM TO EARN A STAMP.
VanDusen Botanical Garden
604-257-8335 – 5251 Oak St – Come explore, our 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 Garden Cafe. Don’t forget to visit the award-winning Visitor Centre and browse the gift shop. NOT VALID FOR SPECIAL EVENTS.
604 247 8300 – 7700 Minoru Gate, Richmond - A place to explore, a place to reflect, and a place to discover the many stories of Richmond. STAMPS ISSUED UP TO 30 MINUTES PRIOR TO CLOSING TIMES.
Richmond Art Gallery
604-247-8363, 7700 Minoru Gate, Richmond Host to contemporary art exhibitions by BC, national and international artists, view the current exhibit A Minaret for the General’s Wife by Toronto-based artist Erdem Taşdelen. This traveling exhibition revolves around the story of the Kdainiai Minaret, an architectural folly located in a small town in Lithuania. View our website for details on current exhibition, events, and public programs. Plan to visit on the weekend to enjoy an exhibition tour. STAMPS ISSUED UP TO 30 MINUTES PRIOR TO CLOSING TIMES.
Gulf of Georgia Cannery National Historic Site
604-664-9009 – 12138 Fourth Ave, Richmond – Explore Canada’s West Coast fishing history at this Parks Canada national historic site, inside what was once the largest salmon cannery in Steveston. Check in at the front desk to receive your challenge questions. After your visit Show your passport to receive a 15% discount off regular-priced merchandise in the Gift Shop. Free admission for youth 17 and under at all Parks Canada sites.
Richmond Olympic Experience
778-296-1400 – 6111 River Rd, Richmond – Celebrate the power of sport and the legacy of the 2010 Winter Olympic Games at the Richmond Olympic Experience, located in the Richmond Olympic Oval. OPEN: Thursday – Sunday from 11 am to 5 pm. STAMPS AVAILABLE ONLY DURING THESE TIME.
Lulu Island Winery
604-232-9839 – 16880 Westminster Hwy, Richmond – a one-of-a-kindexperience in Richmond that brings the indulgence and warmth of wine country much closer to the city. Being the largest winery in the Greater Vancouver area, it is the ideal haven to slow down and spend the day with friends and family. Featuring award winning Canadian Icewines, aromatic table wines and local fruit wines. ENJOY UP TO 3 COMPLIMENTARY WINE TASTINGS. WALK INS ARE ACCEPTED BUT RESERVATIONS ARE RECOMMENDED.
Facebook@Luluislandwinery INS@luluislandwinery Twitter@LuluIslandWine
Britannia Shipyards National Historic Site
604-238-8050 – 5180 Westwater Dr, Richmond – Explore a collection of heritage buildings representing the life and work in the fish camps, canneries and shipyards of Steveston. Learn about the diverse backgrounds of the people who shaped this unique community. Check in at the Britannia Shipyards building on the southeast end of the site to pick up your challenge.
Open hours: April 23 to May 20 Tues-Sun 12-4; May 21 to 31 Mon-Sun 10-5. richmond.ca/Britannia @britanniashipyards
The Polygon Gallery
604-986-1351 – 101 Carrie Cates Court, North Vancouver – Located on Vancouver’s North Shore waterfront, The Polygon Gallery is one of Canada’s most internationally acclaimed photography and media art galleries. Accessible by car, bus, or a 12-minute Seabus ride from downtown Vancouver.
Closed for installation: Gathering Darkness opens May 12, and features war photography from the Ukraine by Alexander Glyadyelov.
MONOVA: Museum of North Vancouver
604-990-3700 – 115 West Esplanade, North Vancouver, – The newly opened MONOVA: Museum of North Vancouver is transforming the way visitors experience North Vancouver’s stories. Stories are the threads that weave us together and form the fabric of community. At MONOVA, you’ll find yourself drawn in to landscapes you knew nothing about, meeting people from different eras, and contemplating what it all means for our future. Be sure to check out the MONOVA Museum Store while you’re here for a unique selection of thoughtful and informative gifts, including works made and/or designed by local and Northwest Coast artists.
604-929-5610 – 405 Seymour River Place, North Vancouver – Maplewood Farm offers the unique experience to see and interact with domestic Farm animals inside city limits!
Sea to Sky Gondola
604-892-2550 – 36800 Hwy 99 – Adventure by Nature! Enjoy a scenic10-minute 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. EARN TWO STAMPS WHEN YOU VISIT. NOT AVAILABLE VICTORIA DAY WEEKEND.
Visit guest services at the Base to collect your first stamp and
collect your second stamp at the Summit.
Britannia Mine Museum
1-800-896-4044 – Britannia Beach – More than a museum! Discover the Underground, pan for real gold, explore exhibits and experience the thrill of BOOM! Located 15 minutes south of Squamish. Entry to the museum is free to visit as part of the challenge. Due to capacity issues - The Guided Underground Tour and BOOM! is an optional add on based on availability with a $15 per person charge. EARN 2 STAMPS WHEN YOU VISIT.
PRE-BOOKING IS REQUIRED USING THE FOLLOWING LINK AND PROMO CODE: britanniaminemuseum.zaui.net/booking/web/#/general/activity/65
Promo Code: TOURISMCHALLENGE2022
NOT AVAILABLE MAY 21-23.
Burnaby Village Museum
604-297-4565 – 6501 Deer Lake Ave – Help us celebrate our 50th Anniversary! Try your hand at Conservation with our hands on mini lab, visit our Blacksmith shop or take a ride on our vintage 1912 Parker Carousel. Centuries of history are packed into a 10-acre open-air museum with 38 exhibits to explore, including period-specific homes, businesses, a traditional schoolhouse, and the Indigenous Learning House where visitors will form a better understanding of the significance of the land from an Indigenous perspective. JOIN US ON OPENING DAY, MAY 7 TO EARN TWO STAMPS. May 8 - May 31 earn a second stamp when you complete the Scavenger Hunt.
604-297-4422 – 6344 Deer Lake Ave – Experience historical and contemporary exhibitions featuring local, national, and international artists. EARN ONE STAMP by visiting the Gallery and answering two questions related to the exhibit. EARN A SECOND STAMP by participating in the Hak Chu Pak Chu activity involving the surrounding Century Gardens.
604-532-3536 – 9135 King St., Langley – Discover the Indigenous collections and learn how early Asian and European settlers adjusted to their new home. Visit the re-created Michaud parlour and the Noel Booth Store to see what life was like years ago. Get inspired this spring at our exhibit, Green Art: Sharing Sustainable Approaches and Practices, until May 21. EARN TWO STAMPS WHEN YOU VISIT
Fort Langley National Historic Site of Canada
604-513-4777 – 23433 Mavis Ave, Fort Langley – Rising from the mist of the Fraser River, the palisades of Fort Langley stand tall. Inside the walls, rough-hewn timber buildings recreate the rugged 1800s. Important to British Columbians and Canadians as it tells stories of who we are, including the history, cultures, and contributions of Indigenous peoples. See where Hudson’s Bay Company fur traders mingled with California gold prospectors and hear First Nations interpreters tell century-old tales. Hone your skills with a blacksmith, practice barrel-making, visit the farm animals and pan for gold – you just might strike it rich! VISIT THE FORT AND RECEIVE TWO STAMPS WHEN YOU COMPLETE OUR CHALLENGE QUESTIONS
www.pc.gc.ca/en/lhn-nhs/bc/langley @FortLangleyNHS @LHNFortLangley
Greater Vancouver Zoo
604-856-6825 – 5048 - 264th St, Aldergrove (Exit #73 off Hwy #1) –
Explore, Learn and Discover the wonderful world of animals with GVZoo. Home to many rescued, donated, and orphaned animals. Guests can explore our 120-acre open-air park, go back in time, see Dinos in our Mesozoic Adventure, and take a ride on our Safari Express miniature train. NO RESERVATIONS REQUIRED. SAFARI EXPRESS MINIATURE TRAIN AND QUADRACYCLES ARE NOT INCLUDED. BLACKOUT DATES APPLY ON MAY 21-23. EARN TWO STAMPS.
Museum of Surrey
17710 – 56A St. Surrey, 604-592-6956 - With galleries, activities, events and specialized visits, Museum of Surrey offers shared experiences and stories from Surrey’s diverse communities and a changing Indigenous Hall, sanctioned by Semiahmoo, Katzie and Kwantlen First Nations. A fully accessible space, MOS provides special sensory times, sensory kits, telecoil loops and more. Preregistration is only required for the TD Explore Zone, an interactive gallery for kids. EARN TWO STAMPS.
Surrey Nature Centre
604-502-6065 – 14225 Green Timbers Way, Surrey – Stop by our
centre during business hours to explore the natural artifacts in our
Sky Room or to chat with our team and borrow fishing rods, rent
activity backpacks, and register for our nature programs. Or visit
our site anytime to stroll along our nature trails, test your climbing
skills, and build a structure in our pole forest. EARN TWO STAMPS.
Wild Play Maple Ridge
1--855-595-2251 – 23485 Fern Crescent, Maple Ridge – WHAT’S TO FEAR (WTF) JUMP – You’ll start by climbing up a rope ladder and onto a wooden platform. Then, you’ll be securely tethered to a jump line. When you’re ready, leap off the edge of the platform and enjoy the ride down! The jump line ensures you’ll land softly on your feet. Minimum weight requirement: 44lbs. Max weight limit: 285lbs. WALK-IN ONLY. EARN TWO STAMPS. Or try our CLASSIC ADVENTURE COURSE – 3 levels of outdoor obstacles that get higher and more challenging as you go. Take on each level in order or customize your experience by repeating levels for practice. Visit website for access requirements. SPECIAL TOURISM CHALLENGE PRICING OF 29.99/PARTICIPANT. WALK-IN ONLY. EARN TWO STAMPS. (MAX 2 Stamps for a visit)
Maple Ridge Museum & Community Archives
604-463-5311 – 22520 - 116th Ave, Maple Ridge – Featuring First Nations pre-contact history, history of European settlement of historic Maple Ridge, alongside a world-class model railway diorama of the Port Haney area and lower mainland. On temporary display is our exhibit on the Maple Ridge early 1900’s Finnish Settlement entitled “Sisu: Finnish Resilience in Websters Corners”. Arrive before 3:45PM to EARN TWO STAMPS when you visit Enjoy guided tours of the museum, the railway diorama as well as interactive activities fun for kids and kids of all ages!
Hell’s Gate Airtram - OPEN MAY 9
604-867-9277 – Highway #1 via Exit 170 at Hope – Come and experience the awe-inspiring views and the exhilaration of beingsuspended over the immense power of the Fraser River. Hell’s Gate Airtram is a safe and exhilarating adventure for the whole family.
OPENING DAY MAY 9 - EARN THREE STAMPS WHEN YOU VISIT.
BC Hydro – Powerhouse at Stave Falls
604-462-1222 – 31338 Dewdney Trunk Rd, Mission – A National Historic Site of Canada that offers a look into the development of electricity in the Province of BC. You’ll get to play with interactive displays and see the original turbines and generators. Visit bchydro.com/stavefalls for operating hours and additional information. EARN TWO STAMPS WHEN YOU VISIT AT LEAST 1 HOUR BEFORE CLOSING. For hours of operations and tour times please visit
604-863-2324 – Yale Historic Site, 31187 Douglas Street, Yale – The Gold Rush Trail starts here! Visit our Historic church, tent city, and museum focused on the 1858 Gold Rush, check out the gift store too. EARN 3 STAMPS WHEN YOU VISIT. PLUS, A CHANCE TO WIN A 2-NIGHT STAY AT HISTORIC WARD HOUSE!
OPEN MAY 1