In this post we will show you the most interesting plans to celebrate the Christmas holidays to the fullest!
Attractions, Santa’s Workshop, tube park, a frozen river for skating, Christmas shows, food gardens … This new and massive Christmas event is located at Concord Pacific Place – 811 Carrall Street. It’s a must for this winter!
Aurora Winter Festival opens from November 23 to December 30, 2018.
Here’s a link to the Healty Family Expo , where you have 50 free plans to celebrate Christmas in different areas of the metropolitan area of Vancouver.
If it’s the first Christmas you spend in Vancouver, these are the classics you can not miss.
Vancouver Christmas Market– Jack Poole Plaza – 1055 Canada Place Vancouver, BC V6G3E1
As every year, Vancouver Christmas Market opens its doors on these dates to offer the perfect plan for an evening with friends or family. Enjoy the Christmas Carousel, Walk-in Christmas Tree, your culinary offerings and much more!
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This is a very money-saving and fun plan! For C $ 5 you can rent skates and enjoy a different evening. We recommend you to go with a group of friends or as a couple.
Enjoying a tour and go back to childhood with a charming and colorful walk between nature in the heart of Vancouver is possible. Stanley Park will shine with more than three million lights from November 29, 2018 to January 5, 2019. Do not miss it!
In addition, donations at the front door and ticket sales are allocated to the BC Professional Fire Fighter’s Burn Fund. Since 1998, $ 1.4 Million has been raised to help fire survivors.
Grouse Mountain offers a unique experience, Santa’s Workshop, Toboggan Area, Meet Santa’s reindeer, the elf neighborhood, Christmas movies on a giant screen, skate under the stars and much more! For more information click the link! I’m sure you’ll love it!
From November 22, 2018 to January 27, 2019 Capilano Suspension Bridge is transformed into a spectacle of lights and unique nature from 11 am to 9 pm.
Van Dusen Botanical Garden is a beautiful place and easily accessible by public transport, which is why it is a very popular place. If you want to visit this light show get advance tickets, or otherwise you will have to wait (at the box office) about 30 minutes, to access.
On TourismVancouver.com you can find other plans that you also like!
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!