Even if you’ve come to Vancouver for the mountains, the beaches, and the striking setting on the edge of the Pacific rainforest, you may want to venture indoors now and then. When you do, check out what’s happening on Vancouver’s stages. Here’s our guide to the Vancouver theatre scene, from major repertory companies to eclectic avant-garde productions. There’s even theatre outside in that Pacific rainforest.
Enter our Vancouver giveaway! This month one lucky winner will receive 2 free tickets to Whistler Superfly Ziplines, one of Canada’s most scenic zipline experiences. Perfect for a summer adventure or winter getaway!
Any city that has a meetup group dedicated to bubble tea – with nearly 2,000 members – has to be a little bit bonkers about this Asian tapioca-filled beverage. You can’t spend too much time in Vancouver without tapping into the bubble tea craze, which has swept across the metro area. To get yourself into the serious boba groove, here’s what you need to know about drinking bubble tea like a pro in Vancouver.
When it’s raining in Vancouver – and if you’re visiting in winter, it will – you can head for a museum, hole up in a coffee shop, or simply put up your umbrella and go about your exploring. Or you can choose from these five unexpected things to do on a rainy day in Vancouver:
Held annually in November, Whistler’s Cornucopia is a celebration of food, wine, and the bounty of British Columbia. The event stretches over two weekends and features local and regional restaurants, chefs, producers, breweries, distilleries and wineries, which host winery dinners, interactive seminars, gala tastings and after-parties that all showcase the best of edible western Canada. Here are a few reasons to attend the event.
If you’re spending time in Vancouver, plan to spend some time in the library. Yes, the library. Why visit the Vancouver Central Library? Sure, it might sound like a nerd’s idea for a perfect holiday, but read on.