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June 1, 2023 - March 31, 2024
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778-655-9554 - Stanley Park See splashing sea lions, come face-to-face with a cleaver octopus and watch adorable sea otters play as you explore over 120 incredible exhibits spanning from Tropics to the Arctic. Discover some of the animal kingdom's most clever self-defense strategies during an all-new interactive exhibit to the Vancouver Aquarium, Nature's Ninjas: Defenses of the Animal Kingdom.
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 4:00pm (from late June to Labour Day)
Tourism Privilege Pass holders can check-in at General Admissions walk-ups. Please present a photo id card with digital Tourism Privilege Pass.
No capacity limit at current time. Check vanaqua.org for latest updates.
Roedde House Museum
604-684-7040 – 1415 Barclay St – Step back in time and see what life was like for the Roedde family 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 the Roeddes, a middle-class, immigrant family at the turn of the twentieth century. Visit 1-4pm Wed-Fri and Sun. Not valid for special events or concerts
Vancouver Art Gallery
604-662-4700 – 750 Hornby St – Immerse yourself in groundbreaking contemporary exhibitions at the Vancouver Art Gallery. 2023 exhibitions include Shary Boyle: Outside the Palace of Me, Hard-Edge, Alanis Obomsawin: The Children Have to Her Another Story, Fashion Fictions and more. Make the most of your Gallery experience with visits to the Gallery Store, 1931 Gallery Bistro and the Art Rental & Sales Showroom.
Privilege Passes are accepted during Gallery open hours. Not valid for special events or exhibition openings.
604-443-7440 – 1455 Quebec St. – A world of wonder awaits you at Science World! Explore, play, and learn through interactive STEAM (science, tecnology, engineering, art & design, and math) in our galleriers and exhibits. Ignite your curiosity at amazing live science shows at our Centre Stage.
Valid for General Admission only, not valid for Special Events.
Please note you will be required to show your Privilege Pass along with a Photo ID at the Admissions Desk to gain entry.
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.
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
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.
The Chinese Canadian Museum
604) 683-4295 - 51 East Pender St - Opening July 1 - The CCM is a new museum in Vancouver Chinatown, dedicated to sharing the experiences and contributions of Chinese Canadians. Through invigorating exhibitions and exciting programs, CCM hopes to foster respect, collaboration, and inclusion for all.
The Chinese Canadian Museum will open its doors in the historic Wing Sang Building at 51 East Pender Street on July 1, 2023, featuring the national exhibition, The Paper Trail to the 1923 Chinese Exclusion Act.
NOT VALID FOR SPECIAL EVENTS. See our website for seasonal hours, closures & exclusions.
Vancouver Police Museum and Archives
604-665-3346 – 240 E Cordova St – Set in the heart of Old Vancouver, between the historic neighbourhoods of Chinatown and Gastown, and located in the heritage building that once housed the City’s Coroner’s Court, Morgue and Autopsy Facility. 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.
Take a glass elevator up 168 meters (553 feet) to enjoy a 360° view that includes Stanley Park, historic Gastown, the Northshore mountains, and the vibrant downtown core. Vancouver Lookout has been an iconic element of the city’s skyline since 1977.
Learn about our city from information panels located throughout the deck or follow the complimentary self-guided audio tour. Free Wi-Fi is available.
One entry per passport holder and one guest per day.
Check www.vancouverlookout.com for hours of operation prior to arrival.
Gray Line Westcoast Sightseeing - Hop on Hop off
Special Note: For the month of November, please call reservations to book your tickets 48hours in advance – 604-451-1600
604-451-1600 - Enjoy 2 passes on our Hop-On, Hop-Off City Sightseeing Tour. Privilege Pass must be presented at Canada Place stop only. Note: Hop-On, Hop-Off passes do not include any attractions or packages.
Forbidden Vancouver Walking Tours
Privilege Pass Holders can bring a guest to enjoy one of our five signature Walking Tours - The Really Gay History Tour, The Lost Souls of Gastown Tour, The Forbidden Vancouver Tour, The Dark Secrets of Stanley Park Tour or our new tour launching in May 2023! Pass holders must reserve their tickets via email - email@example.com Please see our website for seasonal dates and closures.
BC Sports Hall of Fame
604-687-5520 – Gate A of BC Place – BC Sports Hall of Fame celebrates extraordinary achievement in BC sport history and inspires future generations to make their dreams come true. We welcome everyone to celebrate and discover some of Canada’s most talented athletes, through interactive imagery and artifacts! VISIT WED - SUN.
Please contact our front desk (604-687-5520) for stadium event closures.
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 Museum of Vancouver. Take a stroll through the Vancouver History Galleries or check out our current feature exhibitions – see website for details!
We hope you all took advantage of your free admission to the PNE Fair! Now it’s time to get creepy at Fright Nights at Playland. Fright Nights is a terrifying Halloween-themed experience with haunted houses, rides, creepy décor, and live performances. Check out their new attractions, including the new haunted house, The Void, and the return of Carn-Evil!
Fright Nights is recommended for people 13 years and older. Guests are not permitted to wear costumes or costume makeup.
Privilege Passholders receive ONE TIME USE FOR two admissions to the opening weekend of Fright Nights, including haunted houses and rides (October 6-8, 2023 only).
More information: frightnights.ca
H.R. MacMillan Space Centre
Pass holders and one guest will be granted free admission to our daytime or evening general admission programming. Programming is scheduled by time-slot, and includes a show in the Planetarium, time to browse the Cosmic Courtyard gallery, a live science demonstration, and a tour of the observatory (for evening visits only). Online ticketing is not available for those looking to redeem this offer. The offer must be redeemed at the door. Free admission cannot be used for group visits or special events. To confirm ticket availability before you visit reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 604-738-7827. Visit spacecentre.ca for hours of operation.
Visit 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. Please, NO backpacks or large bags inside Museum. Open 10am – 5pm Tuesday through Sunday
Check website for hours of operation.
UBC Botanical Garden, Greenheart Tree Walk & Nitobe Memorial Garden
604-822-4208 – 6804 SW Marine Dr – 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.
Beaty Biodiversity Museum
604-827-4955 – 2212 Main Mall, on the UBC campus – Experience Vancouver’s 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, plants and fish! Hands-on activities and films for all ages. Check website for days, hours, and special programming.
604-257-8584 – 4600 Cambie St (Queen Elizabeth Park) – Experience Bloedel Conservatory, a fun, family-friendly indoor attraction located at the peak of Vancouver in Queen Elizabeth Park. Discover exotic birds, koi, and over 500 kinds of tropical plants inside the dome. NOT VALID FOR SPECIAL EVENTS.
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 local wildlife, find your way through the hedge maze 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 Café. NOT VALID FOR SPECIAL EVENTS INCLUDING FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS.
604-247-8300 – 7700 Minoru Gate, Richmond – The Richmond Museum is a place to explore, a place to reflect, and a place to discover the many stories of Richmond. Enjoy our latest exhibit, The Arts Live Here, and discover how the arts speak to us, connect us, and give us unique ways to understand ourselves, our communities, and our city.
Richmond Art Gallery
604-247-8300 – 7700 Minoru Gate, Richmond – Featuring contemporary art exhibitions by BC, national and international artists, as well as a variety of free art programs and tours for all ages and interests. Visit our website for our current programming schedule. Our location inside the Richmond Cultural Centre is easily accessible by car with free parking on site, or by the Canada Line only a few blocks away.
Richmond Olympic Experience
604-296-1400 – 6111 River Rd, Richmond – Canada’s first Olympic museum. Ride the bobsleigh, hold the torch from Vancouver 2010 or try our new surfing simulator.
Gulf of Georgia Cannery National Historic Site
604-664-9009 – 12138 Fourth Avenue, Richmond – Be transported in time and explore one of BC’s few restored canneries. Through interactive and immersive exhibitions, tours, and programs, this site honours the historical significance of Canada’s West Coast fishing industry - and the communities behind it. Free admission for youth 17 and under, Privilege Passes are not accepted for special events and paid programming.
Britannia Shipyards National Historic Site
604-238-8050 – 5180 Westwater Dr, Richmond – Explore the 8-acre historic site and its collection of heritage buildings representing life and work in the fisheries, canneries, and shipyards of Steveston. Learn about the diverse backgrounds of the people who shaped this unique community.
Free admission for public guided tours offered daily May 20 to September 4. 20% discount for Voyage of the Gikumi guided river boat tours. See website for booking details.
604-238-8081 – 4011 Moncton St, Richmond – Visit the museum at the gateway to Steveston Village to explore the beautifully restored Tram Car 1220 and experience the beginnings of Richmond’s transportation history. Learn about the workings of the tram car, who rode the Interurban rail system, and how it affected the Steveston fishing, farming and canning community, with our newly opened permanent exhibit.
Lulu Island Winery
604-232-9839 – 16880 Westminster Hwy, Richmond – Sharing our passion and championing experiences, LuLu Island Winery brings the quality and warmth of Okanagan wine country to bustling life in the city.
With a lush 10-acre vineyard on site, stunning grapevine tunnel, and state-of-the-art production facility, we relish the opportunity to be a refuge for the community — a place to slow down, enjoy, and share with others. We are open daily to all — for friends, family, and pets too! Enjoy a complimentary wine tasting, no reservations required!
Douglas J. Husband Discovery Centre
604-952-3836 – 4450 Clarence Taylor Cres, Delta – Visit our engaging and interactive space where visitors can explore the histories that form Delta and its diverse communities. Hands-on activities and fun for all ages. Check website for special programming.
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! Not valid on event days, please contact us or check our website for event dates.
The Polygon Gallery
604-986-1351 – 101 Carrie Cates Ct, 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. VISIT WED-SUN
MONOVA: Museum of North Vancouver
604-990-3700 – 115 West Esplanade, North Vancouver – Transforming the way visitors experience North Vancouver’s stories. MONOVA promotes connections to the land and how people interact with it. Indigenous voices from the past and present are centered in the Coast Salish Welcome Circle and integrated throughout the entire museum experience. Check out the Museum Store for a unique selection of thoughtful and informative gifts, including works made and/or designed by local and Northwest Coast artists. VISIT WEDNESDAY -SUNDAY
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: Reservations are required 48 hours in advance of your visit and are subject to timeslot availability. Please email email@example.com to request a reservation booking.
Blackout Dates: During Canyon Lights December 15, 2023 – January 7, 2024.
Enjoy complimentary admission for you and one guest when you present your valid Privilege Pass and photo ID to Groups and VIP. For the most up-to-date information, please visit www.capbridge.com/travel-trade/
Free Shuttle: Free Shuttle use is permitted Monday-Friday only. Shuttle use not permitted on weekends and holidays.
Sea to Sky Gondola
604-892-2550 – 36800 Hwy 99 Adventure by Nature! Enjoy a scenic 10-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.
Blackout dates: Not available on Friday, Saturday or Sunday June 16th to September 10th or Long Weekends throughout the year.
Britannia Mine Museum
Exceeding Expectations - Discover the Underground. Pan for REAL Gold! and experience the thrill of the award-winning BOOM! Show.
BOOM! takes visitors on a multi-sensory, live-action adventure exploring the story behind the iconic Mill building.
Located on the Sea-to-Sky Highway between Vancouver and Whistler.
Open Daily. Visit britanniaminemuseum.ca for up-to-date hours and tour times.
Pre-Book to guarantee your entry time using promotional code TOURISMCHALLENGEPPASS.
ID and Privilege Pass must be shown on arrival for offer to apply.
Black Out Dates – All statutory holidays and special events.
Visit www.britanniaminemuseum for up-to-date hours and tour times.
Enjoy a self-guided walking tour of our beautiful Railway Museum of BC. Wander through our large collection of vintage locomotives and rolling stock including the famous Royal Hudson! Join us every Saturday all Summer long for the full experience. During our season explore the entire 12 acres of museum along with Train Rides, Speeder Rides, Mini Rail, and see our restoration shops.
Free admission to our normal operating days every Saturday all summer visit our website at wcra.org
Audain Art Museum
604-962-0413 – 4350 Blackcomb Way, Whistler – Experience the art of BC, from the traditional works of the province’s First Peoples through to its contemporary masters, in Whistler. Not valid during events or exhibition openings.
Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre in Whistler
Connect with our Cultural Ambassadors on an hourly guided tour beginning with a welcome drum song, a short film, and a guided tour through the Great Hall and Gallery 1. Continue exploring a collection of contemporary art, exhibits and artifacts from both Nations in Gallery 2 and 3 as well as a traditional Istken Pithouse and Longhouse on the Mezzanine Patio, and enjoy a walk through the Salish Stroll Forest.
Explore the Gallery & Gift Shop and enjoy Indigenous-inspired cuisine at the Thunderbird Cafe.
The SLCC is open Tuesday - Sunday 10am - 5pm (Closed Monday), and occasionally closes early for private events. Visit slcc.ca/visit for up-to-date hours.
Burnaby Village Museum and Carousel
6501 Deer Lake Avenue, Burnaby - Centuries of history packed into a 10-acre site. An open-air museum with 38 exhibits to explore including period-specific homes, businesses, Indigenous Learning House, Vintage Carousel and a traditional school house.
Get 20% off regularly priced gift shop items and get 2 free admissions to Haunted Village.
604-297-4422 – 6344 Deer Lake Ave – Visit the Burnaby Art Gallery for historical and contemporary exhibitions featuring local, national and international artists. Closed Mondays, holidays and during exhibition installation. For current times and exhibitions visit our website.
Tourism New West at Anvil Centre
604 551-4975 – 777 Columbia St, New Westminster – Anvil Centre is home to New Media Gallery, New Westminster Museum & Archives, and the Canadian Lacrosse Hall of Fame as well as the Community Art Gallery, Anvil Theatre and the Anvil Conference Centre! tourismnewwest.com
Irving House Museum
604-527-4640 – 302 Royal Ave, New Westminster – Located in the heart of the Royal City, Irving House is one of the oldest community heritage sites in BC. Take a tour with our costumed guides . Visit our website for hours of operation.
Colossal Creations Replica Museum
604-649-0756 – 2963 Forestridge Pl, Coquitlam – featuring 100+
works of art by Cosimo Geracitano including replica paintings of
Leonardo DaVinci, Vincent Van Gogh, Eugene Delacroix and many
more. “A private collection of paintings that must be one of the
great artistic wonders in Canada” Joseph Brean, National Post.
Book online colossalcreations.ca/about USE PROMO CODE TC2023
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
Greater Vancouver Zoo
604-856-6825 – 5048 - 264th St, Aldergrove (Exit #73 off Hwy #1) – Dedicated to education and conservation, the Greater Vancouver Zoo is home to many rescued, donated and orphaned animals. The mission of the Greater Vancouver Zoo is to inspire appreciation of the ecosystems and support conservation efforts by engaging the community. Discover the sights and sounds of 140 species on 120 acres in the heart of the Fraser Valley.
Museum of Surrey
604-592-6956 – 17710 – 56A Ave, Surrey – reflecting the incredible diversity of the people of Surrey by honoring our environment and telling the amazing stories of Surrey’s communities through exhibitions, special events, and programming. All exhibits and programs celebrate Surrey’s past, present and future with innovative, dynamic and delightful learning, storytelling, and shared experiences. Enjoy 15% savings at the Gift Shop. Closed Mondays Open Tues to Sat 9:30am-5:30pm. Open Sunday Noon to 5pm.
Historic Stewart Farm
604-591-4627 – 13723 Crescent Rd, Surrey – Welcome to 1900
rural Surrey farm life! History comes alive in the restored Victorian
farmhouse and grounds along the Nikomekl River.
Surrey Nature Centre
604-502-6065 – 14225 Green Timbers Way, Surrey – 604-502-6065 – 14225 Green Timbers Way, Surrey – Nestled beside Green Timbers Urban Forest, the Surrey Nature Centre is a place for kids and adults to explore nature. Join our guided programs for all ages, or go for a walk in the forest. Borrow fishing rods, browse nature exhibits and displays, and meet our resident salamander Sammy.
Maple Ridge Museum
604-463-5311 – 22520 - 116th Ave, Maple Ridge – Featuring Indigenous pre-contact history, history of European settlement of Maple Ridge, alongside a world-class model railway diorama of the Port Haney area and lower mainland. On temporary display is the exhibit “What Was Taken: The Forced Dispersal of Japanese Canadians from Maple Ridge”. As well as a pop up exhibit on the history of weddings with a selection of historic wedding dresses. VISIT THURS-SUN.
Ecodairy Farm Discovery Centre
604-557-5481 – 1356 Sumas Way, Abbotsford – Come get your farmhand experience and see how technology improves the quality of the food produced, the life of the farmer, the animals and helps reduce our environmental footprint. CALL TO BOOK A TOUR 604-557- 481 or EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org ask for the TOURISM CHALLANGE TOUR.
The Reach Gallery Museum
604-864-8087 – 32388 Veterans Way, Abbotsford – an award-winning hub of cultural activity, providing audiences with a robust range of exhibitions, programs, and experiences, publishing unique curatorial research, and nurturing the growth of the artistic, historical, and cultural communities in Abbotsford and the Fraser Valley. VISIT TUES-SAT.
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 British Columbia. Whether it’s self-guided or guided, you’ll experience High Energy with any tour at the Powerhouse. You’ll also get to play with interactive displays and see the original turbines and generators. For hours of operations and tour times please visit bchydro.com/stavefalls @bchydro
Kilby Historic Site
604-796-9576 – 215 Kilby Rd, Harrison Mills – Travel back to an early 1900’s rural community and visit a 1906 General Store Museum complete with original merchandise. Observe the antics of our friendly farm animals. Taste freshly churned butter, or watch a ‘revealing’ show. This 5-acre Fraser Valley living history site includes a home-style café & unique country gift shop. VISIT THURS-SUN.
Agassiz-Harrison Museum & Visitor Centre
604-796-3545 – 7011 Pioneer Ave – Located in downtown Agassiz the Agassiz-Harrison Museum & Visitor Centre is housed in the historic Canadian Pacific Railway Station built in 1893. Discover local and regional history and art in the exhibit galleries and museum gift shop. VISIT WED-SAT