During the Christmas season, you will have so much to enjoy and participate in. From sleigh rides to snowboarding, get ready for the time of your life in Vancouver, BC! You can enjoy sightseeing and taking views of the city from famous Grouse Mountain, or you can visit beautiful Bright Nights at Stanley Park and ride the Christmas Train. You are sure to make loads of memories with family and friends when you visit Vancouver, BC.
About:Visit Capilano Suspension Bridge’s annual holiday tradition from December 4th to January 2nd and see magical lights that sparkle above the Canyon. Canyon Lights is a fabulous family trip that features local artist such as Malcolm MacFayden, glass blowing, Kid's Corner, holiday melodies and gingerbread cookie decorating.
Where: Capilano Suspension Bridge
Dates: December 4th 2009 to January 2nd, 2010
2. Peak of Christmas on Grouse Mountain
Bring the entire family to Grouse Mountain for a sleigh ride through the mystical alpine forest, visit Santa's workshop, and skate on Mountain-top Ice Skating Pond.
Where: Grouse Mountain Resorts at 6400 Nancy Greene Way, North Vancouver.
When: Running until December. 24th, 2006. Open everyday from 9am to 10pm
Cost: General Admissionis Free
3. White Christmas at the Arts Club
About: What can I say? I was taken away by this classic Irving Berlin's theatrical performance that blew me away. I had tears in my eyes as they tap danced with so much power and positivity. I was so impressed by this performance. Look for 'It's a Wonderful Life' and book your tickets now as it end January 2nd, 2010.
When: Nov 27th to December 27th, 2009
Photo (c) Cool Canada
About: Santas coming again! Enjoy watching the floats go by with Santa and friends in downtown Vancouver. Enjoy some hot chocolate, dress warm and wait for Santa to arrive in his sleigh!
Best Place to Watch: Start at Broughton Street and Georgia Street intersection and end up at How street
Date: Sunday, December 6th, 2009
Time: 1:00 p.m.
Admission: FREE FOR ALL!
5. Bright Nights at Stanley Park
Enjoy the 12th Annual Bright Nights Christmas Event at Stanley Park this Christmas Season. From November 27th 2009 to January 2nd, 2010 you can enjoy the magic from 3pm to 10pm and if the kiddies want to enjoy the farmyard they should check it out from 3pm to 9pm.
Get ready to celebrate a fantastic festival in five of Vancouver's neighbourhoods. Celebrate the dance of the earth and sun and feel the human spirit through music and art. Enjoy cultural traditions as the Winter Solstice Lantern Festival lights up and celebrates the longest night of the year with singing, dancing, music, lanterns and fire.