Fun Things to Do in Vancouver Area During COVID-19 BC Reopening Phase

As British Columbia is officially in Phase 2 of the reopening plan, we can now enjoy various attractions and parks in and around Vancouver.

Here is a list of activities to enjoy in and around Vancouver.

For online & drive-in/in-person and virtual events, see things to do this weekend in Vancouver.

1. Visit Vancouver Area Attractions, Museums & Art Galleries

Things to Do in Vancouver

  • Visit the largest copper mine in the British Empire, the Britannia Mine Museum National Historic Site. All tickets must be reserved in advance.
  • A trip to the Fort Langley NHS, old Hudson Bay Company trading post is a great way to learn the region’s history and know more about life in the early days. The site is scheduled to open from June 8th with limited access and services.
  • Vancouver Maritime Museum is a great place to take your family. Discover the rich maritime history and traditions through stories, exhibits, hands-on activities, and more. Reopening June 11.
  • Opening from June 11 is the Museum of Vancouver. Schedule a visit to know more about the city through stories, objects, and shared experiences.
  • From June 18, embark on a journey across Canada with FlyOver Canada.
  • Learn about the history and culture of Japanese Canadians at the Nikkei National Museum which will reopen to the public from June 2nd.
  • Schedule a trip to see the SFU Bill Reid Collection and contemporary Indigenous Art of the Northwest Coast at the Bill Reid Gallery. The Gallery will reopen from June 6.
  • Breathtaking views of the Squamish Valley and the Howe Sounds await on your visit to the Sea to Sky Gondola. Traffic on the Sky Pilot Suspension Bridge is limited to one-way and the Summit Lodge will be closed except for access to washrooms and limited retail. Furthermore, The Sea to Summit Trail is currently closed as the lower part of the trail travels through Stawamus Chief Provincial Park, which remains closed for hiking. However, you can still hike the Shannon Basin Loop, Al’s Habrich Ridge, Sparky’s Spin, and Al’s Habrich Ridge.
  • Go on a thrilling journey through the history of crime and policing in Vancouver at the Vancouver Police Museum. The Museum is reopening its doorsfrom June 5th.
  • Western Canada’s largest art museum, the Vancouver Art Gallery is re-opening its doors from June 15th.
  • From June 22, get ready to hike up the Grouse Grind hiking trail. Vancouver’s most accessible ski hill, Grouse Mountain Ski Hill is slowly restarting its operations.
  • Your fun time in the water will start from June 27th as the Harrison Water Park reopens. The park will be limited to three 2 hour time slots with a max of 50 people.

2. Explore Zoos & Gardens

  • Home to a variety of wildlife, the Greater Vancouver Zoo is a great place to take your kids. The Zoo is open from June 1st. The North American Wilds viewing deck, Vivarium, and Playground are closed. The Zoo will be conducting new enrichment activities in place of daily group activities such as Keeper Talks and Radical Raptors.
  • Bloedel Conservatory is open.
  • Visit 55-acre green oasis at the VanDusen Botanical Garden. The garden is a great place to unwind and reconnect with nature. The maze is open to enjoy one at a time, either individually or with family. Tickets must be purchased online and entry will only be available every 30 minutes from 9 am to 6 pm.

Get Facemasks in Support of Vancouver Aquarium

3. Enjoy Nature Parks

  • BC Provincial Parks – Alice Lake, Bridal Veil Falls, Cultus Lake, Golden Ears, Sasquatch, Stawamus Chief and Rolley Lake are open for day use. You can enjoy a night or two of camping at Cultus Lake, Golden Ears, and Sasquatch.
  • The beaches in BC are open to the public. Have a fun time!
  • Enjoy the views along the seawall at Stanley Park. Though closed to vehicle access, you can still enjoy this magnificent urban park with its beaches, marvellous totem poles, forest trails, and giant trees on foot. The parking lots remain closed.
  • Did you know over 166 playgrounds across the city are open? Vancouver Parks, beaches, gardens are also open.

4. Go Fishing

BC is well known as one of the best fishing regions in the country. While Vancouver may not be able to boast of any hot spots for great angling, there are still many options you can hit up. At a mere 30-minute drive from downtown is the hatchery below the Capilano River dam. Another great place for angling is the piers at Ambleside and Dundarave in West Vancouver.

5. Go Boating

Boating is a great way to have some fun time. Boat launches are open so rent a canoe and explore. The Vanier Boat launch is open. The Harrison Water Park has also resumed its boat and Sea-doo rental services.

6. Solve a Crime

Put on your investigator’s hat and get ready to solve the latest game. Vancouver Mysteries is back in the game.

7. Go Shopping

Vancouver has many Farmers Markets where you can shop for local products. Most of them are open with physical distancing in effect. You can also visit Granville Island and the Granville Island Public Market. Some retail outlets across the city are open for business.

8. Play Sports

  • Go play golf. Golf Courses are open.
  • Skate parks, synthetic sports fields, Tennis and pickleball courts, basketball and volleyball courts, disc golf, roller hockey, multisport courts, and playgrounds are open.
  • Challenge yourself to a climb at the Clip ‘n Climb climbing wall centre. The centre will be operating with a maximum of 10 participants at a time.
  • Climbing wall centre, The Hive Bouldering Gym is open for members only from June 1 -6 with a timeslot of 2 hours. Members and punch card holders will be able to access the facility from June 8 – 14th. Public access will be granted from June 15 (date may be subject to change).
  • Reserve your slot at the Project Climbing Cloverdale which will reopen from June 1.
  • Climbers of all levels can head to Climb Base5 from June 7th.

9. Eat Out

Restaurants across BC are allowed to open, so restaurants are slowly opening their doors. Enjoy dinner with your family!

Eat out at the new temporary patios that will operate until October 31, 2020, in Vancouver.

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10. Enjoy a Quarantine Concert

There are many free concerts live-streamed every day. Check them out.

11. Enjoy Live Theatre from around the World

With COVID-19 pandemic forcing theatres to shut their doors, many performing art centres have taken to being open virtually.

12. Explore Canada or the World From Home

Explore Canada’s arctic, Winnipeg, National Parks and many more places from Home. Travel to international or outer space destinations like the international space station, discover Egypt’s Heritage Sites from tombs to monasteries or take a trip on scenic trains in Europe virtually.

13. Enjoy Drive-in/in Person Events

To Speak With a Golden Voice
16 Jul

Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art, 639 Hornby St, Vancouver

July 16, 2020 To April 11, 2021

Regular admission

Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art celebrates the milestone centennial birthday of Bill Reid (1920–1998) with an exhibition about his extraordinary life and legacy, To Speak With ...  »

Chilliwack Corn Maze
15 Aug

Chilliwack Corn Maze & Pumpkin Farm, 41905 Yale Road, Chilliwack

August 15, 2020 To October 31, 2020


$10.75 - $12.75

Welcome to the Chilliwack Corn Maze. We are dedicated to protecting our family, your family and our employees. We aim to create a memorable and safe farm ...  »

Family Fun at the Applebarn
27 Aug

Taves Estate Cidery, 333 Gladwin Rd, Abbotsford

August 27, 2020 To October 31, 2020


The Applebarn is the heart and soul of the Taves Family’s offering to their community. It is a must-see late summer and fall adventure for any ...  »

Comedy After Dark
28 Aug

Keto Caveman Cafe, 605 West Pender Street, Vancouver

August 28, 2020 To December 18, 2020

$12.69 - $13

The Comedy After Dark features hilarious pro & amateur comics working out their darkest and dirtiest material.  »

Hidden Wonders the Speakeasy Magic Experience
11 Sep

662 Clarkson Street, New Westminster

September 11, 2020 To October 31, 2020



Hidden Wonders is a speakeasy-style performance venue hidden behind a fake business facade in New Westminster’s historic downtown and is the brainchild of two-time world champion ...  »

c̓əc̓əwitəl̕ | helping each other | ch’áwatway
17 Sep

Museum of Vancouver, 1100 Chestnut Street, Vancouver

September 17, 2020 To December 9, 2020



This micro-exhibition in the MOV studio called c̓əc̓əwitəl̕ | helping each other | ch’áwatway, provides an opportunity for the 2019 YVR Art Foundation (YVRAF) scholarship recipients ...  »

Outdoor Scarecrow Stroll
19 Sep

Art's Nursery Garden & Home, 8940 192nd Street, Surrey

September 19, 2020 To October 31, 2020


Given the social and safety challenges of 2020, our annual fall scarecrow event has transformed into a “Scarecrow Stroll”. It starts Saturday Sept 19 and is on until Halloween! ...  »

Haunted Cornmaze
25 Sep

Maan Farms & Estate Winery, 790 McKenzie Rd, Abbotsford

September 25, 2020 To November 1, 2020

604) 864-5723

Early bird: $35; Afterwards $42 - $55

The Scariest Corn Maze in Canada After coming across a video about an abandoned testing facility beneath Maan Farms, Thomas decides to see if there is any ...  »

Fall Festival at the Maan Farms
25 Sep

Maan Farms & Estate Winery, 790 McKenzie Rd, Abbotsford

September 25, 2020 To November 2, 2020

604) 864-5723

$10–$12 per person

Fall in Love with Fall at the Farm What’s a Fall Festival!? 1. Snow White Pumpkin Patch with real life Snow White 2. Most IG Ready Pumpkin Patch ...  »

HowlOver Canada
01 Oct

FlyOver Canada, Vancouver

October 1, 2020 To November 1, 2020


$13 - $33

Join Biker Mama the Witch on an unforgettable Halloween flight ride for all ages. HowlOver Canada lets you soar through the skies with a band of spooky ...  »

Halloween Mystery Nights
01 Oct

Various locations in Downtown Vancouver

October 1, 2020 To November 1, 2020



Choose from spy game Secret Mission or murder mystery Crime in Downtown and compete against other teams with physical distancing per game. Each team receives a spy ...  »

Vancouver Horror Nights: Fear Maze
01 Oct

2680 Shaughnessy Street, Port Coquitlam

October 1, 2020 To October 31, 2020

$15 to $50

Vancouver Horror Nights is a family-friendly (but scary) haunted house located in one of Canada’s most haunted theatre, the Giggle Dam Dinner Theatre. Featuring 11 themes the ...  »

Family Fun at Laity Pumpkin Patch
01 Oct

Laity Pumpkin Patch - South, 12725 Laity Street, Maple Ridge

October 1, 2020 To October 31, 2020


Enjoy fun for the whole family including corn mazes, animals, obstacle course, games area, pumpkin cannon, pumpkin town, glow garden, and thousands of pumpkins to pick! Fun ...  »

01 Oct

8796 240 Street, Langley

October 1, 2020 To October 31, 2020

$12 - $15

Our Pumpkin Patch will look a bit different this year, it will be done SaFarmi style. What is a SaFarmi? Safari + Farm = SaFarmi!! Visit over 200 animals of 9 ...  »

Fun at Port Kells Nurseries
01 Oct

Port Kells Nurseries, 18730 88th Avenue, Surrey

October 1, 2020 To October 31, 2020

Free admission

Enjoy fun activities while visiting Port Kells Nurseries Pumpkin Patch including the Outdoor Play Areas, Animal Attractions and Cedar Maze. This year our Pumpkin Patch will be ...  »

Petey's Pumpkin Patch
03 Oct

9423 Gibson Rd, Chilliwack

October 3, 2020 To October 31, 2020


Enjoy 3 pumpkin patches, petting zoo, wagon rides, interactive games. HOW MUCH Tickets: $8.00 per person You also may purchase when on the Farm these options: Family pack two ...  »

Burnaby Modified, Food-First Farmers' Market
03 Oct

Burnaby Artisan Farmers' Market, Canada Way, Burnaby

October 3, 2020 To December 19, 2020

Free Admission

Farmers’ Markets are being permitted to operate as an essential service. The Burnaby Farmers’ Market will operate as an essential service, similar to how grocery stores are, ...  »

Ghostly Gastown Tour
03 Oct

Waterfront Station, 601 W Cordova St, Vancouver

October 3, 2020 To October 31, 2020


Walk through the historic streets of Gastown and listen to ghostly tales of portals, urban legends and hauntings. Come explore Vancouver’s Oldest Neighbourhood on a 90 minute ...  »

Grave Tales
08 Oct

Fort Langley National Historic Site of Canada, 23433 Mavis Avenue, Fort Langley, Langley

October 8, 2020 To October 30, 2020


Join our expert storytellers for a two- or three-hour program of spine-chilling stories, as you walk through the Fort Langley village at night.   »

Artists for Conservation Festival
08 Oct

Online and In-person

October 8, 2020 To October 30, 2020

Free and ticketed

Join us for the 10th annual Artists for Conservation Festival Oct 1 – 4th at VanDusen Botanical Garden, Vancouver, BC. An online and live event for four-days featuring a ...  »

Maze of Terror
09 Oct

Fantasy Farms Inc., 9423 Gibson Rd, Chilliwack

October 9, 2020 To October 31, 2020


The black out Maze of Terror is a 22,000 Sq.ft with little or no light filled with everything that goes bump in the night! Including our Chainsaw ...  »

Once Upon a Haunted Sea
09 Oct

Gulf of Georgia Cannery National Historic Site, 12138 Fourth Avenue, Richmond

October 9, 2020 To November 8, 2020


$10.20 - $11.90

The Haunted Sea returns to the Gulf of Georgia Cannery National Historic Site, re-imagined into a month-long experience from October 9 to November 8. Once Upon a Haunted Sea ...  »

Slayland - Night of a Thousand Screams
09 Oct

PNE, East Hastings Street, Vancouver

October 9, 2020 To October 31, 2020

$39.50 - $44.50

If you are reading this, you are blissfully unaware of what is creeping up behind you. The leaves are falling, everything is pumpkin spice, and ‘Scare Season’ ...  »

Gorilla Theatre
09 Oct

221a East Georgia Street, Vancouver

October 9, 2020 To December 18, 2020


Three performers take turns in directing each other! Will the director of the scene be awarded a coveted banana or be given the unknown punishment of a ...  »

Halloween Pumpkin Express
10 Oct

Bear Creek Park, 13750 88th Avenue, Surrey

October 10, 2020 To October 31, 2020

(604) 501-1232

$10 - $13

Delight in the crafts and activities under the tent on the platform, See your child's face light up with pleasure as they design the perfect pumpkin mask ...  »

Bear Creek Halloween Train 2020
10 Oct

Bear Creek Park, 13750 88th Avenue, Surrey

October 10, 2020 To October 31, 2020

(604) 501-1232

$10 to $13.65

Our forest becomes alive with ghosts and ghouls intent on scaring you amidst creepy sounds and special effects . This forest is haunted, you know!   »

The Lost Souls of Gastown Walking Tour
13 Oct

Cathedral Square, Richards Street, Vancouver

October 13, 2020 To October 30, 2020


As Halloween draws near, follow the lamplight of your guide into Vancouver’s earliest and most gruesome history. You’ll step inside a world of murder, revenge, ...  »

J-Horror at The Cinematheque
23 Oct

The Cinematheque, 131 Howe Street, Vancouver

October 23, 2020 To October 31, 2020

Free admission

Let’s see. Dead-eyed, pallid-skinned ghoul children? Manic visions of transhumanism run amok? Slow-burn chills that one-eighty into stomach-turning gore? Gonzo, goofy, ghost-story psychedelia? Yep, boxes are ...  »

Big Screen Halloween
23 Oct

Cineplex Theatre, Canada

October 23, 2020 To November 1, 2020


Join us for $5 movie tickets and trick-or-treating with free M&M’s Minis! At your local Cineplex, catch a $5 Halloween movie Oct 23rd – Nov 1st, and ...  »

Spoo-ook-tacular Halloween
24 Oct

Britannia Mine Museum, 1 Forbes Way, Britannia Beach

October 24, 2020 To October 31, 2020

$15 to $20

Join us for family-friendly frights that focus on science. Bats, ghost stories and all things spooky will guarantee a ‘Spoo-ook-tacular’ time for those visitors who dare to ...  »

Movies in the Morgue
27 Oct

Vancouver Police Museum & Archives, 240 East Cordova Street, Vancouver

October 27, 2020 To December 17, 2020


Movies in the Morgue is back! We’ve got a season full of cult classic thrillers, comedies and horror films, from The Shining and Psycho to The ...  »

Chantal Kreviazuk
28 Oct

The Massey Theatre, 735 Eighth Avenue, New Westminster

October 28, 2020 To October 31, 2020


We’re thrilled to announce iconic Canadian songstress Chantal Kreviazuk is coming to the Massey as part of our Fall 2020 Concerts programming. Chantal Kreviazuk – one of Canada’...  »

Tremors 2020 Festival
28 Oct

Online + Live

October 28, 2020 To October 31, 2020

Free; Pre-register

A celebration of performance and unmaking Rumble is pleased to present the 2020 edition of Tremors, running online and out of our home base of PL1422, from Oct 28 ...  »

A Taste of the PNE: Drive-Thru Tricks & Treats
30 Oct

PNE Grounds, Renfrew Street near Gate 9

October 30, 2020 To October 31, 2020


This family-oriented experience will include live spooky characters, Halloween décor, and safe trick-or-treating for the little princesses and goblins! Guests are encouraged to attend the site ...  »

Halloween Storytime at Redwood Park
30 Oct

Redwood Park Treehouse, 17900 20 Avenue, Surrey

October 30, 2020



Enjoy a spooky tale underneath the treehouse, and then take a nature walk through the park. Costumes are encouraged! Join your child to enjoy a Halloween Storytime ...  »

Twilight Drive-In Fright Fest
30 Oct

Twilight Drive-In, 260th Street and Fraser Highway, Langley

October 30, 2020 To November 1, 2020

$30 - $70

Watch movies under the stars from the comfort and privacy of your own vehicle.   Bettlejuice | Friday, October 30 | 6:00 PM & 8:15 PM; Sunday, November 1 | 5:00 PM The Rocky Horror ...  »

Immersive Haunted Adventure 2020
30 Oct

The Empty Chest, 31515 Harris Rd, Abbotsford

October 30, 2020 To November 1, 2020

$240 for a group of six

Prepare for the fight of your life! Darkness consumes Vancouver as creatures of the night ravage nearby villages. This year you take on the role of a ...  »

Halloween At The Plaza
31 Oct

Mount Pleasant Neighbourhood House, East Broadway, Vancouver

October 31, 2020



Come and visit us at the Plaza at 14th and Main for a treat Bag and some hot chocolate. We will have entertainment for the kids, as ...  »

Halloween Boat Cruise Vancouver 2020
31 Oct

Burrard Queen, 760 Pacific Boulevard, Vancouver

October 31, 2020

$101.31 - $129.17

Join our Vancouver Halloween Cruise. See your city like never before. 3 hours cruise, amazing views, premium. bar, social distancing & more. Get your tickets for the craziest ...  »

Haunted Mansion at the Mainland
31 Oct

Mainland Whisky, 3425 189 St, Surrey

October 31, 2020

$0.00 - $240.00

Join us at the Mainland for a truly unique experience including a walk-through Haunted Mansion created by Legends Film House and much more! To ensure your safety ...  »

South African Film Festival
01 Nov

4490 W 1st Ave, Vancouver

November 1, 2020 To November 12, 2020


The SAFF is proud to present features and documentaries that explore the rich culture, history and politics of South Africa. SAFF draws on the best of South ...  »

Dia de los Muertos
01 Nov

Pandora Park, Franklin Street, Vancouver

November 1, 2020

Join us in setting a day of the dead altar in celebration of those who have passed away. We would like to honour our relatives, our ancestors, ...  »

In the Beginning
04 Nov

Firehall Arts Centre, 280 East Cordova Street, Vancouver

November 4, 2020 To November 7, 2020

$20 - $33

Produced by the Firehall Arts Centre and Vancouver Moving Theatre Storyteller, filmmaker and performer Rosemary Georgeson, and the Firehall’s Artistic Producer Donna Spencer, delve into the ...  »

Lumière Vancouver
05 Nov

Various Venues, Vancouver

November 5, 2020 To November 30, 2020



Now in its seventh year, Lumière Vancouver returns to set the city’s downtown and West End neighbourhoods aglow in spectacular fashion. An annual, family-friendly event ...  »

Bergmann Piano Duo
05 Nov

The ACT Arts Centre, 11944 Haney Place, Maple Ridge

November 5, 2020



Joyful and energetic music including a set of Beethoven-Variations for piano duet, to mark his 250th anniversary, as well as pieces by Bach and some Spanish/Latin ...  »

Billy Bishop Goes to War
07 Nov

The ACT Arts Centre, 11944 Haney Place, Maple Ridge, BC, Canada

November 7, 2020 To November 8, 2020



ACE Productions | Damon Calderwood, Gordon Roberts, actors One of the most widely produced plays in Canadian theatre, this two-man musical play dramatizes the life of Canadian World ...  »

The Amaryllis
12 Nov

Firehall Arts Centre, 280 East Cordova Street, Vancouver

November 12, 2020 To November 22, 2020

$20 - $33

A World Premiere Produced by the Firehall Arts Centre and The Search Party In this premiere production written by Michelle Riml and directed by The Search Party’...  »

12 Nov

PoMoArts Centre, 2425 St Johns St, Port Moody

November 12, 2020 To December 22, 2020



A holiday shopping treat with COVID safety protocols in place. Winter Treasures artisan market is brimming with handcrafted gifts, art, décor, and fine craft items. Everything ...  »

Beethoven 250
15 Nov

The ACT Arts Centre, 11944 Haney Place, Maple Ridge, BC, Canada

November 15, 2020



2020 marks the 250th anniversary of the year of Ludwig van Beethoven’s birth. We celebrate his genius as a musical ground-breaker and one of the most influential ...  »

Foraging & Dyeing Workshop
21 Nov

Museum of Vancouver, 1100 Chestnut Street, Vancouver

November 21, 2020 To November 22, 2020



Blending traditional Coast Salish knowledge with western science, Rita and Zoe bring an unparalleled scope of knowledge and experience in the field of natural dyeing in British ...  »

HoHoHoliday 5K
25 Nov

Wherever You Are, Canada

November 25, 2020 To December 31, 2020



GRAB YOUR BUBBLE AND RUN! The HoHoHoliday 5K is the most festive FUN run in Canada! This 5km run/walk combines the magic of the Holidays with ...  »

Bill Henderson of Chilliwack
26 Nov

The Massey Theatre, 735 Eighth Avenue, New Westminster

November 26, 2020 To November 29, 2020


Over a career spanning over five decades, Bill Henderson has left his mark on the music industry. As a guitarist and singer with the band Chilliwack, he ...  »

VanDusen Festival of Lights
27 Nov

VanDusen Botanical Garden, 5251 Oak Street, Vancouver

November 27, 2020 To January 3, 2021

$8 to $14; Tickets available early November

Experience VanDusen Festival of Lights, a magical winter wonderland with more than one million lights decorating 10 acres of VanDusen Botanical Garden. Reimagined for 2020, visitors will have the ...  »

Chilliwack Country Christmas
01 Dec

Chilliwack Mall, Luckakuck Way, Chilliwack

December 1, 2020 To December 24, 2020

$2 - $8

A new Christmas family tradition is about to begin presented by Fantasy Farms Inc. Due to covid we have to think outside the box. So we are ...  »

24h Tremblant 2020 in Support of CHEO
04 Dec

Mont-Tremblant Resort or remotely from wherever you are!

December 4, 2020 To December 6, 2020



24h Tremblant is an annual winter charity event that take place over the first weekend in December in Mont Tremblant, Quebec, and consists of teams of 6-12 ...  »

The Nutcracker
05 Dec

The ACT Arts Centre, 11944 Haney Place, Maple Ridge

December 5, 2020 To December 6, 2020



Ballet Victoria presents the best of The Nutcracker, a shortened version perfect for a ‘first’ Nutcracker experience with wee ones. Opening on the winter wonderland of the ...  »

Solstice Greetings
10 Dec

Firehall Arts Centre, 280 East Cordova Street, Vancouver

December 10, 2020 To December 19, 2020

$6 - $16

A Firehall Arts Centre Production Returning for a third year, Solstice Greetings is the sharing of stories, songs, and seasonal greetings in celebration of the return of ...  »

Chapter 21
13 Jan

Firehall Arts Centre, 280 East Cordova Street, Vancouver

January 13, 2021 To January 16, 2021

$8 - $26

A World Premiere Presented by Firehall Arts Centre and Produced by Raven Spirit Dance In this dance/theatre piece choreographed by Starr Muranko and directed by Yvette ...  »

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