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Staycation Summer: Cool things to do with a Kidsworld Summer Pass

Staycation Summer: Cool things to do with a Kidsworld Summer Pass

COVID-19 means most of us are on a summer staycation. There are no flights to the East Coast, road trips to Disneyland or once in a lifetime European vacations. Add limited social contact and you have squirrely kids in need of a creative outlet!

Thankfully, Kidsworld has a solution. This steal-of-a-deal family program is an affordable way to experience a mix of over 30 on and offline experiences, places and activities in the Lower Mainland this August.

Each $40 pass gives a child and an adult complimentary access to an incredible array of events each week in August from arts and coding classes to museums, farms and martial arts. PS: There’s even bowling!

>> Order your Kidsworld Pass

Six Cool Kidsworld Activities

Here are just a few of the fun activities included with your Kidsworld pass.

Fraser River District

Fraser River Discovery District

Explore the fabulous critters of the Fraser River Basin in-person through games, crafts and science experiments. There will be bear skulls, test tubes, fish art and so much more. Try to survive life as a sturgeon, test your hand at fishing, sharpen a traditional knife.

>> Check out the full August Kidsworld schedule of events

Lego with Bricks 4 Kidz

Have a Lego-obsessed kid? Well they can build a Lego Octopi in this online session. Kids are led step by step through the model of the day. A list of required LEGO Bricks is emailed a few days in advance with the zoom link. 

The HoneyBee Centre

Get the buzz on bees from a real beekeeper! This in-person, outdoor presentation covers topics such as: different species of bees, why and how to light a bee smoker, the life cycle of a worker bee, pollination and the importance of honey bees. 

H.R. MacMillan Space Centre

Join astronomer Rachel for a 45-minute Zoom experience as you explore the surface of Mars and the robots that live on it.

The Greater Vancouver Zoo

Join a zookeeper talk online featuring different animals from the zoo! Dedicated to education and conservation, the Greater Vancouver Zoo is home to many rescued, donated and orphaned animals.


Got a kid with energy to burn? They’ll love this in-person intro to Taekwondo at Surrey’s Kickit BC school, which teaches Olympic style Taekwondo.

Don’t take our word for it!

I bought Kidsworld passes for my 5 and 10 year old kids this past summer, and we had such a great time!

Excellent value – you pay for your pass with just one or two events. And many events you couldn’t do on your own, so some really unique opportunities.

~ Leslie J.

There are so many more activities to choose from. >> Check out the full August Kidsworld schedule of events

This post is sponsored by Kidsworld

Kidsworld is a family program in Greater Vancouver that provides a very affordable way for families to experience a wide range of unique entertaining, artistic, athletic, and educational opportunities. Find out more at

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