Celebrate Halloween at Flyover Canada! Join Broomelda at the Haunted Witches Academy before a spellbinding flight across Canada just in time for some spooky Halloween fun.
Things To Do
Waste To Wonder Exhibit on display until September 8, 2019. One of the biggest exhibits that changed how we recycle and purchase things in our home has moved on from the Vancouver Aquarium, but Metropolis at Metrotown has brought in an exhibit that in my opinion is right on par with showing the effects of what our everyday choices are doing to our planet. You won’t want to miss bringing
When giant donuts and gingerbread houses call, you better believe that I’m there for the fun! Fellow snack lovers Eschelle from Mumfection, Janette from Ava to Zoe and I were invited this week to check out the newest activation taking over the Grand Court at Metropolis at Metrotown and it’s definitely the sweetest one yet! Returning for its second year – Snack ‘N Snap at Metropolis is full sweet treats that transport you
Playland is a summer tradition for so many of us here in the Lower Mainland and it is still going strong at 109! Many changes have been made over the last century and I love hearing about other people’s childhood experiences and favourite rides. Some of those rides remain, like the incredibly popular wooden roller-coaster, now in its 61st year and still scaring the pants off people. Others, like the
Calling all prince, princesses and superheroes of all ages! It’s one of our favourite times of year and you’re invited to experience a day of magic alongside some of our favourite characters. The 8th Annual Princess & Superhero Tea to benefit the Children’s Wish Foundation tickets are officially on sale – don’t wait to grab yours, they sell out every year! This event is up there on the list of
Calling all dino lovers both big and small! Jurassic Quest, the biggest touring dinosaur attraction, is coming to Vancouver for the very first time! Baby dinos and walking adolescents, giant predators and prey, herbivores and carnivores, and so much more, it’s a dinosaur lovers dream. For not one but two epic weekends in May, the Vancouver Convention Centre will become a portal to the past where guests will have