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Stanley Park Vancouver 3.0 mi away
#1 of 377 things to do in Vancouver
An aquarium, rose garden, beaches, trails, pools and kids splash park, views of English Bay, the North Shore mountains, the Lions Gate Bridge, restaurants, the Seawall walk or bike trail, you can spend a whole day...
You walk through tree shaded grassy areas, you see large swimming pools filled with active children and adults at play, you see beaches with sun bathers and surfers, you see the magnificent Pacific with Cargo ship...
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Granville Island Vancouver 4.4 mi away
#2 of 377 things to do in Vancouver
It has a market, a kids market, many great places to eat and drink, an art school, a college campus, a dock, birds, gulls, an outdooor space, actors, immersed, singers, buskers, artisans, tour operators, boat shop...
Granville island amazing for kids and Adults so many great restaurant , local artists, fantastic market and lots to do we are told first Keg was born there we highly recommend to visit Granville island Thank you
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#3 of 80 things to do in North Vancouver
It is inexpensive fun for the whole family and offers a unique view of the most beautiful city in the world.
Kids will enjoy the adventure, adults will enjoy the scenery and easy access.
#1 of 80 things to do in North Vancouver
Came here as a kid some 40yrs ago and now still has the magic of incredible views, trails, the fragrance of cedars, moss covered logs, wild flowers here and there, the quiet and yet the rush sound of the rapids po...
Great place for the family both and all levels of hiking, walking and views beautiful, good place to spend the day exploring.
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#2 of 80 things to do in North Vancouver
The whole area is fantastic ....also if you have kids visit Maplewood Farm to experience a large and fun petting farm on the way, with cows milking demonstrations, goats, sheep and loads of interesting creatures.
Beautiful family friendly waterfront park, charming shops and eateries, wonderful hike up to Quarry Rock viewpoint.
#9 of 80 things to do in North Vancouver
Amazing place to go with kids, loved the Christmas light walk, movie theatre showcasing Christmas movies, Santa workshop, snow sports including skiing, sliding Tobagoning, skating and snow walk !
Great place to family and friends to visit especially summer time shows and so much more to enjoy, hiking, Grizzly bears, wild life, along with plenty to do and see and the Gondola on the way up amazing views of t...
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#4 of 80 things to do in North Vancouver
Perfect for family trip day, fun activities for kids hunting clues around the trees, good trails to do small hiking...Dogs on leashes are permitted in the park... special rates after 5 pm, parking area close to th...
Plenty of hiking trails, great fun for the whole family, and it has a suspension bridge you can cross, in my opinion just as good as the private Capilano Suspension bridge, but without the hugely expensive entry f...
#8 of 80 things to do in North Vancouver
Spotless facilities, beautiful setting, superb engineering and great fun exploring the walks, bridges and treetops with the kids.
A great day out the walk along the bridge was fantastic lots of other smaller bridges to walk over plus the cliff side walk Infomation about native culture Absolutely loads to do children friendly will definitely...
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#7 of 80 things to do in North Vancouver
If you're sightseeing in Vancouver in Winter with children plan an afternoon/evening trip to Grouse Mountain preferably when there's good visibility.
Quick trip up, sways a bit as it goes over the towers much to the joy of the kids and terror of the adults!
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Vancouver Seawall Vancouver 2.9 mi away
#5 of 377 things to do in Vancouver
Sunsets at the beaches, fish n chips at the park, kids train rides, rose gardens, beavers, eagles, sea otters, starfish, harbour seals, and a great aquarium are just a few of the attractions en route.
This park has everything; many walking, bicycle and running paths,spectacular views of the ocean all around, amazing trees, great restaurants, beaches, kids playgrounds and swimming areas... family friendly but al...
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#16 of 80 things to do in North Vancouver
... anytime of the year, of course better when the weather is warmer there is trails and when its summer does get busy with parking and picnic area, there is also a play ground for the kids and very family friendly
Perfect picnic spot with an excellent playground for kids.
#14 of 80 things to do in North Vancouver
Awesome spot to visit with young kids- they have a ball pit, a toy store with a little train table to play with, a couple coin rides, and lots of vendors to explore.
The Lonsdale Quay is a great place for a gathering of friends and family especially on Canada Day. Bands are playing (FYI Admin team you need a new sound system), people are dancing and fun is had by all.
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#18 of 80 things to do in North Vancouver
Fun for the whole family and can take lunch picnic area and trails great for young children and families together, petting area for the animals kids can enjoy along with play areas, and store if need snacks and pl...
Wander around the pond, feed the ducks, and stay for a picnic lunch :) (we bought a family membership- so well worth it!
#11 of 80 things to do in North Vancouver
Beautiful views, great hike down to the salmon hatchery, bbq's and picnic benches-- great family picnic site.
Awesome view, excellent possible pictures, good for children.
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Queen Elizabeth Park Vancouver 5.7 mi away
#10 of 377 things to do in Vancouver
It has a really amazing restaurant (Seasons in the Park with spectacular views!), the Bloedel Conservatory (brilliant place to go on a rainy day with kids), the amazing formal garden in the quarry and -- rarely us...
Perfect place for a family outdoor event and make sure you bring your camera
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#21 of 80 things to do in North Vancouver
If you head one block downhill from Victoria Park on Keith Road West you will come to a large and still active heritage building Queen Mary Elementary School with a good playground for younger children.
In the summer nice to play balls with the kids or sitting on one of the benches, read a book and just relax.
#13 of 80 things to do in North Vancouver
Love going to this place and seeing all the salmon allot of fun for kids and adults alike you need to arrive early if in the summer for parking can be hard or park elsewhere and walk to it, you can park at the Dam...
The stairs are too steep and too far for very young children or those in poor health.
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#22 of 80 things to do in North Vancouver
games, hot chocolate to enjoy as you walk around the different themed areas.An excellent place to stop and relax for a while.Great for children as well as older folks.Give a try,it’s worth it
By donation during Christmas, a fun and easy holiday experience for the whole family that won't break the bank.
#17 of 80 things to do in North Vancouver
Simply designed but informative displays on wildlife and the environment that are good for children to visit too.
Great place to visit with the whole family.
Spanish Banks Vancouver 7.1 mi away
#12 of 377 things to do in Vancouver
Spectacular views up Howe Sound on the opposite side make fir spectacular views and in summer big grassy areas are the site of many family/friend gatherings complete with their dogs abd robust ball games.
... drive if you are staying downtown (and if you are, you might consider other English Bay beaches instead), but the beach goes on for miles, is sandy, and has concessions, so it makes for a great day for families!
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Burnaby Village Museum Burnaby 7.5 mi away
#1 of 55 things to do in Burnaby
Major attractions include Elworth, a single-storey house with wraparound verandah built in the 1920s for an upper-middle-class family; the Jesse Love Farmhouse, built in 1893 and one of Burnaby’s oldest surviving...
Excellent place to go in Halloween with kids...Old Halloween style, the musical show is really good, you can take photos with all characters originals for the village.
English Bay Vancouver 3.9 mi away
#19 of 377 things to do in Vancouver
You go here for family picnics, to flirt, to watch beach volleyball, to catch a few rays, to swim (never warm but saltwater is always such a treat) to sit on a log, to show off your latest (hat, shirt, tattoo, bat...
English Bay is a peaceful place to just sit and watch the activities @ the beach -- wind surfers, children making castles and the small water crafts leisurely crossing the bay.
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West Vancouver Seawall West Vancouver 3.6 mi away
#1 of 37 things to do in West Vancouver
Look among the rocks for art work, sometimes there is an art exhibit along the way, kids play area, art gallery, yacht club, concession stand, dog park, pitch and putt and of course easy access to shopping, restau...
I would recommend the Seawall hike, the pathways are paved, easy for families and couples and great views of the water and Vancouver along the way.
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Rocky Point Park Port Moody 10.6 mi away
#1 of 22 things to do in Port Moody
... Ocean ... It can be just a relaxing stroll and a dinner at the Boathouse, or a hike through the trails, or full fun at the aqua park for the kids, or you can rent a kayak or a canoe and go explore the ocean ...
They have beautiful grounds, the coolest spray park for the children and an awesome playground plus a beautiful walk along the ocean including a peer.
VanDusen Botanical Garden Vancouver 6.3 mi away
#8 of 377 things to do in Vancouver
There is a rhododendron garden, ponds, a challenging maze (not just for children), streams, waterfalls, meadows, benches, every kind of “weeping” tree you can imagine, a place for succulents, trees with eyes … It...
The gardens are magical and surprise you at every corner with the display of flowers and plants from all over the world...Good to have a family outing.
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Vancouver Aquarium Vancouver 2.8 mi away
#34 of 377 things to do in Vancouver
We especially enjoyed the Sea Otters and African Penguins, and we loved the frogs, too, Very educational for adults, with lots of great activities and special places for the kids.
The Vancouver Aquarium is nestled in the heart of Stanley Park and definitely should be on your list to see! Children from 2 to 99 will be delighted, engaged and amazed at the up close views of underwater life.
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Burnaby Mountain Park Burnaby 6.8 mi away
#2 of 55 things to do in Burnaby
... our night, each season is spectacular.... just for view the city, play with the snow in winter....watch the stars, play with the dogs, our hiking is really fun for kids....in summer the rose garden is amazing...
Perfect for family outings, special occasions, photo sessions and hiking.
Pacific Spirit Regional Park Vancouver 7.9 mi away
#15 of 377 things to do in Vancouver
This is a great place for families to experience nature without even leaving the city.
Great for kids too.
#28 of 377 things to do in Vancouver
Its Family fun or night out with the girls, fun fun fun !
Sensational atmosphere and very family friendly.
Central Park Burnaby 7.0 mi away
#4 of 55 things to do in Burnaby
Great trails, wide and well kept plus lots of fun little side trails..Very popular park, wheel chair accessible, dog walkers, speed walkers, families feeding the ducks, runners, and people doing 3 types of Tai Chi.
One of the best parks in bc -- lots of trails to walk or ride your bike -- stadium, swimming pool, golf course, two large ponds with fish, ducks and geese -- climbing and sliding venues for toddlers and children--...