There are so many awesome ways to use your $75 Vancouver Attractions Voucher this Fall. Whether you’re looking for some sightseeing or plan to take in a cultural experience, Vancouver is the place to be.
Welcome to the jewel of the west coast: the city of Vancouver, BC. Home to the BC Lions, the Vancouver Canucks, and some of the best attractions to be found in this beautiful province. If you’re looking for something to do in Vancouver this Fall, we have some suggestions to help make your decision easier.
1) SCIENCE WORLD
If you’ve ever wondered if science can be fun, you should consider visiting Science World. Not only is it one of the most recognizable buildings in Vancouver, it’s also one of the most fun. Science World features interactive and immersive exhibits that study biology and physics and put you in the driver’s seat. Everything from optical illusions to the science of nature and everything in between told through exhibits, films, and live shows can be found in the halls of Science World!
2) CAPILANO SUSPENSION BRIDGE PARK
Spanning 450 ft and situated 230 ft above the ground, the Capilano Suspension Bridge has been thrilling visitors since 1889. Considered a Vancouver landmark, the park offers an all-encompassing BC experience. For those looking for even more high-flying thrills, the new Cliff Walk follows a granite precipice along Capilano River across narrow cantilever bridges, stairs, and platforms through rainforest vegetation. This is not for the faint of heart!
3) THE VANCOUVER ART GALLERY
Engaging the world through a visual format, the Vancouver Art Gallery was founded in 1931. Recognized as one of North America’s most respected and innovative visual arts institutions, the Vancouver Art Gallery features innovative exhibitions focusing on the historical and contemporary art of British Columbia and international centres.
4) MUSEUM OF VANCOUVER
A hub of culture and history, the Museum of Vancouver takes visitors on a tour of the past. Current exhibits take visitors through Canada in the 1900s, celebrate indigenous cultures, take a look at the neon vibe of Vancouver’s past, and so much more.
5) STANLEY PARK HORSE-DRAWN TOURS
A tradition since the late 1800’s, a horse-drawn tour of Stanley Park is a must-do experience for those wishing to see the sights of Vancouver. The old-fashioned horse-drawn vehicles carry visitors in comfort throughout the thousand acres of one of the most scenic parks in Canada. A professional guide narrates the tour and includes highlights such as Deadman’s Island, Vancouver’s Harbour, Lions Gate Bridge, a Coastal Red Cedar Forest, and includes stops at the Totem Poles, the Girl in a Wetsuit Statue, the S.S. Empress of Japan Figurehead, and the Rose Garden.
6) VANCOUVER AQUARIUM
Connect with aquatic life at the Vancouver Aquarium—this unique experience is designed to rehabilitate aquatic life in need, and to familiarize you with the world that exists under our oceans featuring over 65,000 animals. Recently reopened, the aquarium offers a number of immersive experiences including the New Marine Mammal Rescue Exhibit, a 4D Experience® currently showing ‘Octopus: Blue Planet II’, the Graham Amazon Gallery, the Tropics, Treasures of the BC Coast, and more. A total of 30 exhibits, many that allow you to get up close and personal with marine life, await you at this remarkable facility located at the heart of Stanley Park.
And these are just a few of the amazing attractions on offer in Vancouver, BC. If you’ve never had a chance to take advantage of all this awesome west coast city has to offer, now’s your chance. Don’t forget to take advantage of this $50- $75 Voucher when you visit any Vancouver Attraction before October 31.