Explore Vancouver’s Kitsilano Neighbourhood: The 11 Best Attractions

photo: Rick Chung / Flickr

photo: Rick Chung / Flickr

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A lively, beautiful, and eco-friendly beachside community close to Downtown Vancouver, the neighborhood of Kitsilano – known more commonly by locals as ‘Kits’- is one worth exploring! Here are a few of our must-do attractions!

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Explore Vancouver’s Kitsilano Neighbourhood: The 11 Best Attractions

Top 5 “Hands-On” Vancouver Museums for Kids

Vancouver has a wealth of museums and galleries, but while any and all can appeal to a range of adults and older children—from art lovers to history buffs to true-crime fans—not all Vancouver museums are fun for younger kids, especially kids who aren’t old enough to “look but don’t touch.” For kids ten and under, being able to interact with the exhibits, to explore with their hands, to run around, is quintessential to their enjoyment of any given space. Luckily, Vancouver has several museums that offer exactly the kind of imaginative play that appeals to the youngest visitors.

Top 5 “Hands-On” Vancouver Museums for Kids

1. Science World British Columbia
One of the best indoor attractions in Vancouver for younger kids, Science World is chock full of interactive exhibits that help kids learn and explore the world of science; it’s also the only Vancouver museum with a designated play area for kids 1 – 3 years old (Kidspace). The featured exhibits—like this month’s Medieval Mayhem—always offer some type of interaction and the permanent Eureka! physics gallery is a veritable playground for all ages, where even the youngest tots can dance on keyboards, launch balls into the air, spin on turn tables, and play “invisible” harp strings.

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Top 5 “Hands-On” Vancouver Museums for Kids

Rainy Day Romance in Vancouver

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The following article was contributed by Lena White, passionate Vancouverite.

As usual, Valentine’s Day this year was a drizzly one for Vancouverites. But for me, rain can be the most romantic weather of all, especially under an umbrella built for two! Let me tell you about some of my favourite places to walk with that special someone on a rainy Saturday…

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Rainy Day Romance in Vancouver

Summer Camps for Kids at Top Vancouver Landmarks

Summer AquaCamps at the Vancouver Aquarium

With summer in full-swing, many families are looking for exciting, fun and educational opportunities for the kids. Luckily, three of Vancouver’s biggest landmarks have great, week-long day camps for kids: the Vancouver Aquarium’s AquaCamps, Science World’s Summer Science Camps, and the H.R. MacMillan Space Centre’s Summer Cosmo Camps.

The Vancouver Aquarium’s AquaCamps teach kids about local and exotic animals, life cycles, food webs, adaptations, ecosystems and sustainability, and include hands-on activities, animal observations, crafts, and time to run around outside.

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Summer Camps for Kids at Top Vancouver Landmarks