Well, we had a good run. But it looks like the wet stuff is finally here.
After an uncommonly mild spring, exceptional summer and very sunny fall, the clouds and rain have returned to Vancouver. Sure, we’ll have a few bright, sunny days in the next few months … but don’t count on too many of them.
But that’s no reason to hunker down inside until next spring. Vancouver is a city that comes alive once the liquid sunshine starts falling. With so many museums, great shopping, cafes and pubs and live entertainment options, there are plenty of ways to wile away an otherwise dreary afternoon out in the city.
In fact, the choices can be overwhelming, which is why I need your help. What’s your favourite rainy day activity in Vancouver (apart from sitting on the couch watching Netflix)? Do you have a go-to place in the city when the skies are clouded over and the rain is falling? Let us know by leaving a comment below.
I’ll get things started with my top, all-time-favourite rainy day spot in Vancouver, a place where it’s warm and balmy 365 days a year – the Bloedel Conservatory in Queen Elizabeth Park.