#VirtuallyVancouver – Educational Travel Experiences for Kids

With weeks of self-isolation behind us and a few more still to come, we understand that children might be feeling a touch of cabin fever, so we’ve compiled some Vancouver-based resources and activities to keep them entertained.

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#VirtuallyVancouver – Educational Travel Experiences for Kids

Featured Attraction of the Week: Fort Langley National Historic Site (Free Ticket Giveaway!)

photo: Fort Langley National Historic Site

Experience the excitement of the early West Coast fur trade at Fort Langley National Historic Site. Explore the wooden fort, first built by the Hudson’s Bay Company in 1827, where traders once exchanged furs, salmon and cranberries with First Nations people.

Bring your visiting guests to stand in the spot where British Columbia was proclaimed a British colony in 1858. Fort Langley National Historic Site is packed with interactive displays and activities for the whole family. Watch blacksmithing, barrel-making or historic weapons demonstrations, pan for gold, and laugh along with an interpretive program.
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Featured Attraction of the Week: Fort Langley National Historic Site (Free Ticket Giveaway!)

Ahoy! Tall Ships Sail Back into Richmond

Steveston Tall Ships

A trio of classic tall ships, including a vessel conducting critical environmental research in the North Pacific, will be showcased when Ships to Shore Steveston 2012 returns to Richmond on the Canada Day weekend. From Friday, June 29 to Sunday, July 1 visitors can relive the days when Richmond’s Steveston Village was a major port-of-call for fleets of sailing ships from around the world with free boarding and viewing of a flotilla of unique and historic ships.

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Ahoy! Tall Ships Sail Back into Richmond