6 Corn Mazes Near Vancouver You Can Visit This Fall

Children on a viewing platform at the Chilliwack Corn Maze near Vancouver

Photo credit: Chilliwack Corn Maze

Finding your way through a corn maze is a fun fall activity for all ages. In 2020, six Vancouver-area farms have corn mazes you can explore. There’s something for everyone including mini-mazes for kids, scary haunted mazes for brave adults, and mystery mazes full of clues. Here’s everything you need to know about visiting a corn maze near Vancouver this fall.

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6 Corn Mazes Near Vancouver You Can Visit This Fall

ComeBack to Transit for Family Fun

Hiking with Kids in Vancouver

Packing up the family in the car and taking off is always a lot of work, even just in the planning. But lucky for us, a fun-filled kid-friendly getaway is reachable right here in town, and TransLink is always your reliable, safe and hassle-free way for the whole family to travel there. Continue reading:
ComeBack to Transit for Family Fun

ComeBack to Discovery with Science World and TransLink

Kids and kids-at-heart rejoice! At long last, our beloved Science World is once again opening its doors unto a giant silver ball of learning, wonderment and boundless curiosity. And with a carefully thought out program in response to COVID-19, TransLink is ready to get the whole family there safe and sound for a full day of discovery. Continue reading:
ComeBack to Discovery with Science World and TransLink

Vancouver Mysteries Re-Releases Pop-Up Mystery Game

Vancouver Mysteries, Canada’s first mystery game company, is bringing the mystery to you with a game that’s lock-down proof, and designed with safety in mind to be played either indoors or outdoors.
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Vancouver Mysteries Re-Releases Pop-Up Mystery Game

Science World is Welcoming You Back to Explore the Dome

Science World is welcoming back visitors with enhanced safety protocols and physical distancing measures in place. Continue reading:
Science World is Welcoming You Back to Explore the Dome

Britannia Mining Museum Launches their New Exhibition: “Copper: Bug Buster”

A sample of Copper Chalcopyrite ore at the Britannia Mine Museum.

The Britannia Mine Museum has launched a new educational temporary exhibit this summer exploring the antimicrobial properties of copper and how it has been used in the battle against superbugs and other diseases throughout history. Continue reading:
Britannia Mining Museum Launches their New Exhibition: “Copper: Bug Buster”

2020 Vancouver BIKEnnale/WALKennale Launches for August!

Pump up your tires and lace up your sneakers – the Vancouver Biennale is launching BIKEnnale/WALKennale!

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2020 Vancouver BIKEnnale/WALKennale Launches for August!