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08 Apr,2019

Spring Events with Vancouver Limo

Spring is nature’s way of saying, ‘let’s party!

Oh, did I just read the word party? Yes, you read the right word. Spring is here and you have got no other better chance to enjoy than this, so, should we jump into the excitement now? Party amidst nature?
 
Spring is at our doorstep and what can be better than exploring, discovering, and enjoying some local attractions? Enjoy them at no cost!
 
Spring Events
 

Spring Events

 
So many spring events happen at this time in the lower mainland. With the winters coming to an end and the weather drastically improving, most people are looking forward to enjoying the beautiful weather.
 

Parks Canada

It was announced at the very start of last year that for the youth of age 17 and under, admission to all the national parks, national historic sites, and national marine conservation areas operated by Parks Canada will be free.

Here are some suggested activities that will roll us into the bucket of fun, while not breaking your very own piggy bank.
 

Langley National Historic Site

At this historic site, you will learn a lot about the ecology of the river and its imperative connections with the Stó: lō people through fort Langley’s feature presentation. You will discover tools used for fishing and techniques used by the first nations people during our hands-on historic treasures program.
 

The Gulf of Georgia Cannery

At this place, you will learn about Canada’s west coast fishing history with the whole family through the Cannery’s interactive exhibits. Kids of 6-11 years old can pick up a Parks Canada explorer activity booklet replete with fun activities to help find the spacious 55,000 square foot historic cannery. For little ones of age 5 and under, find fishy-themed toys, games, and dress-up inside the Cannery Kids’ Corner.
 

VanDusen Botanical Garden

You will be visiting the place and getting an opportunity to explore this 55-acre oasis in the heart of Vancouver with over 7,500 plant species and varieties from around the world.
 
Spot and photograph local wildlife all over there, get your way through an Elizabethan hedge maze, unwind in a serene setting, dine on the patios of Truffles Cafe or Shaughnessy Restaurant, or browse the garden-themed gift shop.
 

Bloedel Conservatory

Bloedel Conservatory is a rounded vault lush paradise located in Queen Elizabeth Park atop the City of the highest point of Vancouver. More than 120 free-flying exotic birds, 500 exotic plants and flowers grow within its temperature-controlled environment.
 

Steveston Interurban Tram

For 55 years, iconic interurban tram cars transported people throughout the Lower Mainland, from Steveston to the Fraser Valley. One of these tram cars, the 106-year old Interurban 1220, is now housed in a pretty light-filled building on the corner on No.1 Road and Moncton Street.
 
Get hands-on with our new mobile discovery corner and make sure you pick up a special spring break Steveston History Hunters scavenger hunt that will also have you exploring the Steveston Museum & Visitor Centre.
 

Burnaby Village Museum

Learn about lead type at the print shop, talk to the teacher in the one-room schoolhouse, watch a silent black & white movie, chat to the clerk at the General Store, explore and find the restored Interurban tram, hear and smell coffee grinding in the General Store.

 
Free admission, always! And carousel rides cost only $2.65 each. Head up Highway 99 along serene Howe Sound and stop in at this attraction free for up to three children, 12 and under accompanied by at least one adult) to enjoy fun activities and outdoor adventure.

 

The Sea of Sky Gondola

Your visit to this place will be worth it as the sea to sky gondola’s forested trails are the perfect backdrop for unshaped play time in nature, and the summit’s viewing platform’s great views is a great place to break out the selfie stick to get some candid family pictures.

 
They can also travel over mountain peaks and Howe sound vistas from various scenic viewpoints and see the 100-meter-long Sky Pilot Suspension Bridge before warming up with a hot chocolate and a snack in the lodge.
 

Metro Vancouver Regional Parks

Check out free drop-in programs at regional parks like the Enchanted Forest at Aldergrove Regional Park, Follow Their Footsteps: Animal Signs at Kanaka Creek, and Super Animal at Burnaby Lake Regional Park.
 

Story Time & Craft at High Street in Abbotsford

Every Tuesday inside the Marshalls Lobby on the Podium Level from 9:30 am to 10:30 am.
 

Vancouver Art Gallery

Kids 12 & under will receive free admission to the Gallery as part of an extension of their Weekly Family Programs. Children must be accompanied by an adult, and regular admission rates do still apply to the children’s parent or guardian. Admission includes access to all of the exhibitions as well as the Weekly Family Programs.

 

“Spring is when you feel like whistling, even with a shoe full of flush.”
 
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So, what are you waiting for? You obviously don’t want to spend most of your time sitting idle in your break. How about the idea of saying hello to nature this spring season, yeah? So, here you go. Grab the opportunity that is at your doorstep, because they obviously won’t come to you always? Wear your right show, step on the floor and make most of your spring events. It will be all worth it, have fun.

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