Chocolate Bunny Mayhem: Easter Egg Hunts in Vancouver 

Photo Credit: Stanley Park

Photo Credit: Stanley Park


Celebrate the season with the Easter Bunny and hone your chocolate egg-finding skills with a good old-fashioned Easter Egg hunt. There are plenty of chocolate-based fun activities for you and your kids to enjoy this Easter and we’ve put together a guide of the best in the city. However, be advised that many of these events are hugely popular and they always sell out, so to avoid disappointment, make sure you bag yourself a ticket now to guarantee a happy (and chocolatey) time over the holidays.

Stanley Park

All aboard the special Stanley Park Easter train to visit the Easter Bunny! This special family event runs from March 28-29 and April 1-6 from 10am till 5pm. Tickets are $8.75 for children and $3.50 for adults. Children can go on an Easter Egg hunt, join in games and craft workshops and have their face painted. On rainy days the train will be covered and the egg hunt is inside.

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Chocolate Bunny Mayhem: Easter Egg Hunts in Vancouver 

PlayDome at BC Place Arrives for Spring Break 2015

BC PlayDome Vancouver 2015

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Got the kids in tow and getting a little sick of the constant “I’m bored!!” coming from their mouths? (“hi, Bored, nice to meet you!”#dadjokes) This weekend, BC Place is undergoing a transformation from football stadium to Western Canada’s largest indoor carnival with tons of rides, games, and fun!

In action from March 14th until the 22nd, the 2015 PlayDome experience features over 45 rides and attractions with all your favourites, including Mini Jets, freefalling on the 1001 Nights ride, the Dark Ride haunted house and the always awesome ferris wheel.

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PlayDome at BC Place Arrives for Spring Break 2015

Things to do at Fort Langley this spring

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Over a century and a half ago, a fur trade organization called the Hudson’s Bay Company established a small post to trade with the First Nations of the West Coast. The enterprise grew, evolved, and influenced history, leading to the creation of the colony of British Columbia. The location of that original trading post is now known as the Fort Langley National Historic Site.

Taking advantage of history, Fort Langley NHS now boasts numerous family-friendly activities. Here’s a rundown of some of the activities offered at Fort Langley.

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Things to do at Fort Langley this spring

Vancouver Spring Break Family Activities: The Super-Saver Edition

Photo Credit: Jessica Lucia/Flickr

Photo Credit: Jessica Lucia/Flickr

Take a deep breath parents, Spring Break is here which, unless you’ve made plans to head out of town, means you need to conjure up some fun activities to keep your kids entertained. Unfortunately costs can really mount up over the holidays so we’ve tracked down some of the most fun but thrifty things that you and your family can do over the next two weeks.

From blowing off steam in the great outdoors and getting up close with wildlife in our parks and lakes, to exploring their creative side or even learning swordplay or how to crack a tricky case as a junior detective, there is something to suit absolutely everyone. Have fun!  Continue reading:
Vancouver Spring Break Family Activities: The Super-Saver Edition

Top 10 Things to do in Vancouver with Teenagers

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Two of the worst words in the English language have got to be: “I’m Bored”, and anyone with teenagers know that’s probably also two of the most common words that come out of their mouths.

Luckily, there is an abundance of things to do in Vancouver with teenagers. If you’re visiting Vancouver and the usual nature walks and visits to art galleries are evoking yawns, rolled eyes, and the dreaded “I’m bored”,  this list should help elicit a little bit of a positive reaction from the under-twenty crew.

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Top 10 Things to do in Vancouver with Teenagers