Family and Kids in Vancouver

  1. Visit to experience unparalleled fun for kids
    Wreck Beach

    Beach

    The Wreck Beach breaks the norms and offer a ‘clothes by option’ beach- a brainchild of a dedicated committee that aims to preserve the natural forests and shore while embracing the world in its raw form. Leave all your baggage’s behind as you embrace the nudist beach and relish in the view of the water juxtaposed with the small tents that pop up during summer season. The beac...Read more
  2. A place for children with all kinds of interests
    Sunset Beach

    Beach, Picnic Spot

    False Creek doesn’t look better than from the Sunset beach- a low profile attraction in the city with a shore that cuts into the water in innumerable curves. The place is perfect if you don’t like touristy places and want the beach experience with a little less crowd around. Unpack a picnic basket here and you are guaranteed a fabulous time with a stunning view and peaceful ambience...Read more
  3. A guaranteed fun space for the kids
    Vancouver Police Museum

    Family and Kids

    With 20,00 items on display, the Vancouver Police Museum is located in a heritage building that was formerly the Coroner’s Court and the city morgue. Today, the museum gives you a brief of the Police history of Vancouver- covering everything from iconic crimes, punishments, tools used for autopsy, an in-house laboratory that ran test, historic photos, weapons, memorabilia and other items....Read more
  4. Amazing Vancouver attraction for kids
    Deeley Exhibition

    Family and Kids

    Showcasing 250 antique and vintage motorbikes over a time period of 120 years, the Deeley Motorcycle Exhibition is one of the few places in Vancouver that no one must miss! The relationship of bikes and riders is iconic no matter what age you look at and to see some of the most rare bikes in the world along with a collection of Classic Harley Davidsons, Zenith bikes, Choppers and racing bikes, ...Read more
  5. Can keep your kids busy for days
    Queen Elizabeth Theatre

    Family and Kids

    Named after Queen Elizabeth II, the Queen Elizabeth Theatre is one of the best places to see live plays, ballet, and orchestral performances. The place hosts musical events all year round in its Auditorium and Playhouse Theatre. The theatre can seat 2765 people at a time and is designed to satisfy the acoustical needs of Opera, Broadway and live music. Do catch a live show here when in Vancouve...Read more
  6. Perfect for kids day out in Vancouver
    Beaty Biodiversity Museum

    Family and Kids

    The Beaty Biodiversity Museum welcomes 30,000 people every year and is one of the most popular attractions in the city. The place has a collection of 2 million specimen that include the Marine Invertebrate collection, a Herbarium, a Fish collection along with an 82-feet long skeleton of a blue whale! The place offers a peek into the natural history of Canada and along with the Discovery lab and...Read more
  7. Fun place to go for kids
    Vanier Park

    Park

    Offering a serene view of the English Bay, the Vanier Park is an ideal place to have some quiet time as you walk around a peaceful pond and enjoy the lush green grass that touches the bay water. The waterfront truly is the highlight of the place while a view of the Stanley park and the Burrard Bridge adds to the visit. Do notice the flags of Vancouver, Canada and British Columbia placed here. T...Read more
  8. A cool place to see with kids
    Roedde House Museum

    Family and Kids

    With a historic collection spread across 11 rooms, the Roedde House Museum offers a walk in early 20th century in the life of a middle-class immigrant family in the Canada. The house itself is restored to preserve the late Anne Queen Revival style architecture while the original furnishings, décor and artefacts complete the ambience. The guided tours really breathe life into the visit wi...Read more
  9. A fantastic place for refreshing break for children
    Playland Amusement Park

    Amusement Park

    A part of the Pacific National exhibition, the Playland Amusement Park offers thrilling rides, games for children, a shooting gallery, Haunted mansion, golf, pirate themed games and fun experiences including temporary tattoos and live performances. The arcade is a highlight with games like the Big Bang, Play to win, Pop Gun, Ring Toss and Skatterball among others. Christmas multiplies the fun w...Read more
  10. One of the awesome things children enjoy the most
    Waterfront Station

    Family and Kids

    A working station that is the main transit terminal for reaching Downtown, the Waterfront Station was built in the early 20th century and is loved or its architecture and historical significance. The red building stands out from the other buildings in the neighbourhood while the interiors with arched columns and beautifully embellished ceiling- all make a pit stop here, well worth it . The shop...Read more
  11. The best option for younger visitors
    Christ Church Cathedral

    Family and Kids

    Built in the early 19th century, the Christ Church Cathedral is loved for its Gothic architecture and is one of the most charming buildings in the city. The interiors of the church with stained-glass art, a gorgeous church organ, wooden nave supported by a network of frames and beautiful lanterns that warm up the entire church, make a visit here a spiritual experience. If you love art and histo...Read more
  12. A place where kids enjoy and have fun
    Hastings Park Racecourse

    Family and Kids

    Opened in 1889, the Hastings Park Racecourse is the city’s longest used sports facility. The races of Thoroughbred horses on the BC Cup Day are the highlight of the year with some of the most gorgeous horses running the grounds. On any other day the place still hosts races that you can bet on and maybe even win! The place also has a restaurant where you can dine while you see the races li...Read more
  13. A place perfect for families with kids
    Denman Street

    Family and Kids

    Offering a world within itself, the Denman Street has the English Bay beach to the south and the Burrard Inlet to the north. The proximity to the Stanley park is why you find many rental shops here where you can rent a bike. The food pulse of the street is second to no other in the city with everything from Chinese, French, Italian, Japanese to American food that offer a wide variety to choose ...Read more
  14. A favorite place to take the kids in the city
    A-maze-ing-laughter And Morton Park

    Park

    An iconic bronze sculpture made by Yue Minjun, ‘A-maze-ing Laughter’ consist of 14 statues that are caught in a hilarious moment. The happy place is perfect to stop by during a walk and take photos with the laughing faces. The state of laughter is a signature design of the artist who wanted to create a joyful pocket in Vancouver. Take a walk around the Morton Park later to admire th...Read more
  15. It's just one of those places to visit and hang out
    Brockton Point Lighthouse

    Family and Kids

    Seen from all around the Seawall, the Brockton Point Lighthouse was built in the early 20th century. The historic building still stands tall and is open for tourists to admire the view of the Burrard Inlet and the Lions Gate bridge. Evenings offer a radiant view of the shimmering water with cruise ships that are travelling through. A gun is fired at 9.00 pm each night nearby that keeps the hist...Read more