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With gifts to wrap and parties to attend, December is truly the season to be jolly. A lot takes place in Vancouver during the holidays including winter sports, Christmas lights, and fun runs to mention just a few. Here is a breakdown of top activities to make this Christmas season memorable.

Festival of Lights VanDusen Garden

There is no better place to enjoy a spectacular view of Christmas light decorations than the VanDusen Festival of Lights. Ticket prices range between $11 and $23 depending on the time you go, how you purchase your ticket and age. The good news is that children under three years get a free pass. Running from December 1, 2018, to January 6th, 2019, the Festival of Lights is a great treat for the entire family.

FlyOver Canada

If a visit to the Canada Place is part of your itinerary, your trip cannot be complete without checking in at FlyOver Canada. FlyOver Canada offers an unforgettable flying theater experience all year round. Even so, the fun goes a notch higher from November to mid-January as Santa joins guests in an adventure to the North Pole and across the country. Book your tickets in advance to avoid last minute disappointments.

Christmas Market

The Vancouver Christmas Market, happening at the Jack Poole Plaza, is yet another remarkable holiday hotspot. Doors remain open from November 21, 2018, until Christmas Eve and this will be a golden opportunity to sample delicious European delicacies and even shop for souvenirs to make your holiday the best it can ever be.

Glow Christmas

Enjoy the Christmas cheer, no matter the weather. Since its opening in 2017, Langley’s Glow Christmas has exhibited unique Christmas displays, markets, a massive light tunnel, and live music all in an indoor setting. Boasting as one of the few indoor holiday season attractions, Glow Christmas runs from November 22, 2018, to January 19, 2019.

Bloedel Holiday Heights

This is another great option for anyone that prefers an indoor setting. Located at the top of Queen Elizabeth Park, the popularity of Holiday Heights as a family-friendly event has grown in leaps and bounds. From December 14, 2018, to January 6, 2019, Holiday Heights at Bloedel is something the whole family will enjoy.

Heritage Christmas at Burnaby Village

Vancouver’s museum comes alive thanks to the Christmas lights and seasonal displays during the Heritage Christmas event. Admission is free and entertainment is out of this world, making Heritage Christmas among the best deals in town.

With gifts to wrap and parties to attend, December is truly the season to be jolly. A lot takes place in Vancouver during the holidays including winter sports, Christmas lights, Santa, to mention just a few. Here is a breakdown of top activities to make this Christmas season memorable.

Festival of Lights VanDusen Garden

There is no better place to enjoy a spectacular view of Christmas light decorations than the VanDusen Festival of Lights. Ticket prices range between $11 and $23 depending on the time you go, how you purchase your ticket and age. The good news is that children under three years get a free pass. Running from December 1, 2018, to January 6th, 2019, the Festival of Lights is a great treat for the entire family.

FlyOver Canada

If a visit to the Canada Place is part of your itinerary, your trip cannot be complete without checking in at FlyOver Canada. FlyOver Canada offers an unforgettable flying theater experience all year round. Even so, the fun goes a notch higher from November to mid-January as Santa joins guests in an adventure to the North Pole and across the country. Book your tickets in advance to avoid last minute disappointments.

Christmas Market

The Vancouver Christmas Market, happening at the Jack Poole Plaza, is yet another remarkable holiday hotspot. Doors remain open from November 21, 2018, until Christmas Eve and this will be a golden opportunity to sample delicious European delicacies and even shop for souvenirs to make your holiday the best it can ever be.

Glow Christmas

Enjoy the Christmas cheer, no matter the weather. Since its opening in 2017, Langley’s Glow Christmas has exhibited unique Christmas displays, markets, a massive light tunnel, and live music all in an indoor setting. Boasting as one of the few indoor holiday season attractions, Glow Christmas runs from November 22, 2018, to January 19, 2019.

Bloedel Holiday Heights

This is another great option for anyone that prefers an indoor setting. Located at the top of Queen Elizabeth Park, the popularity of Holiday Heights as a family-friendly event has grown in leaps and bounds. From December 14, 2018, to January 6, 2019, Holiday Heights at Bloedel is something the whole family will enjoy.

Heritage Christmas at Burnaby Village

Vancouver’s museum comes alive thanks to the Christmas lights and seasonal displays during the Heritage Christmas event. Admission is free and entertainment is out of this world, making Heritage Christmas among the best deals in town.

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Worried about how to get the most out of this festive season? Worry no more, as these are ideal activities that will leave you and your family craving for more. Plan ahead so you can take in as much as you can!

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