CBC News June 30 2020 : Christine Pilkington, CEO and founder of Vancouvermom.ca gave her top pandemic-friendly Canada Day activities to CTV. The good news is these activities take place all summer long..
Top spots to visit this summer!
All places are open with COVID19 protocols in place. Many require pre-booking online and masks but all are ready for your visit!
The Vancouver Aquarium
Cute and fluffy sea otters, boisterous sea lions, as well as turtles, jellies, snakes and insects are just a few of the 70,000 creatures for visitors to discover (or rediscover!) at the Aquarium.
Greater Vancouver Zoo
Think raptors, felines, giraffes and more. With lots of space to roam around, this is a great outing.
Big Splash Water Park
Big Splash, a seven-acre water slide park in Tsawwassen, offers over a dozen thrilling slides with names like Twist & Shout, Solar Splash, Kamakaze, Cliff Hangar and Double Trouble.
The Vancouver Art Gallery
Get your culture on and escape the heat at the downtown gallerys!
Looking for some in-town, escape the heat, summer fun? Head to Kidtropolis. It’s cool inside (in more ways than one) and the kids won’t want to leave.
The Sea to Sky Gondola
Can you say day trip? The Sea to Sky Gondola is open with miles of sweeping vistas, hikes and fun for the family. This is a must.
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Harriet Fancott is the Editor and Social Media Manager for Vancouver Mom. She has over 20 years experience in the arts, tech and mom-based blogging arenas. She lives in East Vancouver with her husband and son where they enjoy exploring all that Vancouver has to offer from festivals and events to playgrounds and beaches to sushi and ice cream (although not together).