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Venture Vancouver provides local information on events and activities in British Columbia along with maps, photos, hours and rates to provide locals and visitors with new and exciting things to do


Brooks Point Regional Park, Pender Island
Explore Brooks Point Regional Park, located on South Pender Island encompassing coastal shoreline, grassy meadows, wetlands and woodlands as well as rare and endangered Garry Oak, Chocolate Lilies and Sharp-tailed Snakes.

Victoria Butterfly Gardens, Brentwood Bay
Whittle away the day in a tropical paradise surrounded by colourful flowers, reptiles, fish, birds, butterflies and more at the Victoria Butterfly Gardens

BC Forest Discovery Centre, Duncan
Learn about British Columbia's forestry history at the 100 acre open air BC Forest Discovery Centre which includes three kilometres of operational narrow gauge railway, exhibits, artifacts and more.

Mount Maxwell Provincial Park, Salt Spring Island
Mount Maxwell Provincial Park and within it, Baynes Peak, offers a spectacular view of Salt Spring Island, the Southern Gulf Islands, Vancouver Island and mainland British Columbia along with unique flora and fauna.

Ruckle Provincial Park, Salt Spring Island
Ruckle Provincial Park and Ruckle Farm offer a spectacular place to enjoy beautiful landscapes of Garry oak meadows, temperate forests, wetlands, rocky coastline and farmland.

Englishman River Falls Provincial Park, Errington
Not far from the town of Errington, Englishman River Falls Provincial Park is a beautiful place to explore with two waterfalls, a spectacular canyon, three kilometres of trails, old growth and second growth forests as well as diverse flora and fauna.

French Beach Provincial Park, Shirley
Located on the Strait of Juan de Fuca, French Beach Provincial Park offers a relaxing atmosphere with a beach, grassy lawns and forests.

Juan de Fuca Provincial Park, Port Renfrew
Visit Juan de Fuca Provincial Park, a crown jewel along Vancouver Island's western coastline. Peek into the tide pools of Botanical Beach and hike part or all of the Juan de Fuca Marine Trail!

Rathtrevor Beach Provincial Park, Parksville
Explore the stunning Rathtrevor Beach Provincial Park in Parksville - a beautiful place with old growth forests and seemingly endless beaches. Enjoy camping, hiking, beach combing and wildlife viewing!

Beacon Hill Park, Victoria
Visit Victoria's Beacon Hill Park and explore its beautiful and rare plants, manicured gardens as well as its historic buildings, structures and monuments.

Kinsol Trestle, Vancouver Island
At 44 meters (145 feet) high and 188 meters (614 feet) long, the Kinsol Trestle along the Cowichan Valley Trail (part of the Trans Canada Trail) is the highest and largest surviving free standing timber trestle in Canada.

Avatar Grove, Port Refrew
Visit Canada's Gnarliest Tree at Avatar Grove near Port Renfrew, British Columbia as well as giant Western Red Cedar and Douglas Fir found throughout this old growth forest on Vancouver Island.

Fort Rodd Hill and Fisgard Lighthouse National Historic Sites, Victoria
Explore Vancouver Island's history dating back to 1860 at Fort Rodd Hill and Fisgard Lighthouse National Historic Sites.

Beacon Hill Children's Farm, Victoria
Experience a rural farm in the city at the Beacon Hill Children's Farm! Visit the animals including chickens, pigs, peacocks, donkeys, goats, sheep and more.

Aldor Acres Farms, Langley
Explore Aldor Acres Farms - the Dairy Farm, the Pumpkin Patch and the Christmas Tress Farm - to enjoy seasonal celebrations and to visit the farm animals!

Burnaby Lake Nature House, Burnaby
Learn about Burnaby Lake Regional Park's diversity, flora, fauna and natural history at the Burnaby Lake Nature House.

BC Sports Hall of Fame, Vancouver
Celebrate over a century of British Columbia's athletes, teams and athletic achievements at the BC Sports Hall of Fame and Museum.

Queen's Park Petting Zoo, New Westminster
The Queen's Park Petting Zoo provides visitors the opportunity to meet farm animals (such as goats, rabbits, pigs, peacocks, chickens, ducks, geese, and other creatures) in an urban setting.

Chiba Garden, North Vancouver
Visit the Chiba Japanese Garden - a beautiful locale with stone lanterns, waterfalls, twin streams, bridges and stone walkways honouring North Vancouver's sister city Chiba, Japan.

Burrard Dry Dock Pier, North Vancouver
Visit the 700 metre long Burrard Dry Dock Pier and enjoy its stunning 360 degree views, annual events and visiting vessels.

Goldpan Provincial Park, British Columbia
Travel along British Columbia's Gold Rush route and follow the trail of the 1800s gold rush pioneers and explore historic locals like Goldpan Provincial Park - popular for camping and finishing in Thompson Canyon.

Mount Washington, Vancouver Island
Experience beautiful Mount Washington - a resort offering seasonal activities including apline and nordic skiing, snowshowing, tubing, sightseeing, mountain biking, hiking, camping and more.

Sooke Region Museum, Sooke
Learn about Sooke, British Columbia at the Sooke Region Museum which includes artifacts, historic photographs, dioramas, displays and scale models.

Peace Arch International Park, Surrey
Composed of two parks, Peace Arch Provincial Park and Peace Arch State Park, Peace Arch International Park sits on the boundary of the 49th parallel between British Columbia, Canada and Washington, USA.

Traboulay PoCo Trail, Port Coquitlam
View scenic mountain ranges, rivers, creeks, park lands, flora, fauna and more along the 25.3 kilometre Traboulay PoCo Trail which circles the city of Port Coquitlam, British Columbia.

Bowron Lake Provincial Park, British Columbia
Take a paddling adventure through the wilderness at Bowron Lake Provincial Park and enjoy the beauty, quiet and wildlife along the Bowron Lake circuit.

Whistler Museum and Archives
Learn all about Whistler, its history, its environment, its flora and fauna as well as the 2010 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games at the Whistler Museum through its exhibits, displays and films.

Deer Lake Park, Burnaby
Explore and enjoy a natural oasis at Deer Lake Park in Burnaby! Enjoy a variety of activities including hiking, cycling, boating, birding and exploring the regions unique history and arts scene in its arts centres, galleries and museums.

Bowen Island Museum and Archives
Learn about Bowen Island's unique history at the Bowen Island Museum and Archives. Since 1967, the Bowen Island Historians have worked to research, collect, display and educate the public on the regions unique history.

Burnaby Lake Regional Park, Burnaby
Visit the Lower Mainlands largest freshwater lake, Burnaby Lake in Burnaby Lake Regional Park which offers nineteen kilometres of hiking trails through forest and along shoreline as well as bird watching, rare flora and fauna, boating, and also a nature house.

Deas Island Regional Park, Delta
Deas Island Regional Park located on the Fraser River is a popular locale for canoeing, kayaking, fishing, hiking, horseback riding, birding and it also encompasses several historic buildings, the Inverholme schoolhouse, Burvilla and the Delta Agricultural Hall.

Miniature World, Victoria
Experience the Greatest Little Show On Earth, Miniature World! Encompassing several rooms with themed tiny miniature models, Miniature World is a fun place to explore a miniature wonderland!

Whiffin Spit, Sooke
Walk along the edge of the ocean on Whiffin Spit in Sooke! Enjoy beautiful views of Sooke, the ocean and innner harbour, bird watch and make your way to the lighthouse at the end of the one kilometre natural sandy spit.

Fan Tan Alley, Victoria
Fan Tan Alley, located in Victoria, British Columbia, is recognized as Canada's narrowest street. The Alley measures 0.9 meters at its narrowest point and contains several shops and apartments.

Noons Creek Hatchery, Port Moody
Visit Port Moody's Noons Creek Hatchery which is an important place for fish to grow and return to spawn during their long journey from the Pacific Ocean. See holding ponds, weirs and channels or even help release young chum salmon during the hatchery's Fingerling Festival.

Surrey Museum, Surrey
Learn about Surrey's First Peoples, settler communities, urban development, transportation, logging, farming, and home life at the Surrey Museum which encompasses permanent and temporary exhibits, the Hooser Textile Studio and Library, the Anderson Cabin and the Archives.

Filberg Heritage Lodge & Park, Comox
Explore this nine acre waterfront park referred to as the ?Jewel in the Comox Crown?. Walk through the manicured gardens and see the rare and exotic plants, see the deer and farm animals, visit the tea house, lodge and buildings which date back to the 1930s!

Stewart Farm, Surrey
Explore Stewart Farm, a 1894 farmhouse and circa 1900 farm building including a barn, boathouse and heritage gardens and orchard located on Elgin Heritage Park alongside the Nicomekl River.

Burnaby Village Museum, Burnaby
Stroll through the streets of a 1920's tram stop community at the Burnaby Village Museum! Meet period costumed townsfolk. explore heritage and replica buildings and take a ride on the restored 1912 C.W. Parker Carousel.

Kwisitis Visitors Centre, Pacific Rim National Park Reserve
Learn about the unique history, geography, flora and fauna of the Pacific Rim National Park Reserve at the Kwisitis Visitors Centre which offers exhibits, films and special events from March to October.

BC Parliament Buildings, Victoria
See British Columbia's iconic provincial parliament buildings in Victoria. Explore these historic buildings inside and out with guided and self-guided tours or observe a debate when the house is in session.

Nanaimo Bastion, British Columbia
Visit the Bastion, North America's oldest freestanding Hudson Bay Company fort. This historic 1853 fortification situated on the shores of Nanaimo stands three stories tall and is open to visitors in the summer. Come explore the Bastion and watch the cannon firing ceremony at noon!

Wild Pacific Trail, Vancouver Island
Hike Vancouver Island's rugged West Coast along the Wild Pacific Trail. Overlooking Barkley Sound, the Broken Group Islands and the Pacific Ocean this popular trail winds along rocky shores, forests and Amphitrite Lighthouse.

Amphitrite Lighthouse, Ucluelet
The West Coast of Vancouver Island was once a treacherous place and was known as the Graveyard of the Pacific. To combat shipwrecks and fatalities, Amphitrite Lighthouse was built in 1906 and is a popular locale to explore with its rugged coastline and surrounding forest.

Goats On The Roof at the Old Country Market, Coombs
Visit the famous Goats on the Roof as they graze on the sod roof atop the Old Country Market in Coombs, British Columbia - one of the area's most popular roadside attractions for over thirty years!

Burnaby Central Railway, Burnaby
Ride the tracks at the Burnaby Central Railway on one of many locomotives which take passengers over hills, through tunnels and past stations and crossings. Meet model railway enthusiasts and enjoy a ride around this seven acre park.

Colony Farm Regional Park, Coquitlam
Located on the border of Coquitlam and Port Coquitlam, Colony Farm Regional Park offers a spectacular collection of ecosystems from grasslands to young forests to wetlands which are home to a wide range of flora and fauna.

Phyl Munday Nature House, Lighthouse Park, West Vancouver
Learn about Lighthouse Park's unique old growth coastal forest, its flora and fauna, the ocean and tide pools found along the coast of the Park and much more at the Phyl Munday Nature House.

Pitt-Addington Marsh Wildlife Management Area, Pitt Meadows
Walk or cycle through the Pitt-Addington Marsh Wildlife Management Area with several kilometres of dyke trails, viewing towers and spectacular views of Pitt Lake, Pitt River, snow-capped mountains and the surrounding marshlands.

Feral Rabbits at Jericho Park
Vancouver's Jericho Park is home to a large population of feral rabbits which can be seen throughout the bramble thicket, park and forests.