FlyOver Canada – Take the Kids Soaring Over Canada this Spring Break


Looking for something fun to do with the kids during Spring Break? I personally am tired of the same old parks, swimming, library type days and was super excited to learn that FlyOver Canada has a special promotion for kids during spring break!

FlyOver Canada is the must-see attraction for kids in Vancouver. This award-winning, cinematic thrill ride offers an unparalleled perspective of the country’s vast landscape, bringing the geography book to life in an amazing way!

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This innovative 30 minute experience is sure to excite everyone in the family! Strapped into seats, feet dangling, riders tilt, dip and dive high up over mountain peaks, towering forests, and cascading waterfalls, which all appear on a giant dome projection before them. Unlike any Imax, this film is fully immersive, stimulating the senses with refreshing breezes, scents and mists natural to each environment. Experience Canada in ways you’d never imagined possible, without even getting on a plane.

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FlyOver Canada wants to help parents keep their kids having fun this Spring Break and are offering a 25% discount on weekdays for children 17 and under, please keep in mind that children must be at least 102cm (40″) to enter FlyOver Canada, this is the approximate height of an average 4 year old. Children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult or guardian 14 years or older.

Promotion Details:

Where: 999 Canada Place, Vancouver

When: Weekdays March 9-20

Prices: Adults $19.95, Senior/Student $17.95, Child 12 & Under – $14.95, buy your tickets online and save!

Grab your tickets –

Want to WIN some passes? FlyOver Canada has generously given us 2 tickets to share with one of our readers. Enter below!

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{Disclosure: We were provided with tickets for this giveaway in exchange for promotion for the event. All opinions are our own.}

Tara Jensen
Tara is a parenting influencer based on the West Coast. With her full time career in health care, she focuses on green living, healthy family choices and encouraging families to live a fabulously frugal lifestyle. She lives on coffee, cuddles and post-its, generally in that order. When she isn’t working, she can be found outdoors exploring beautiful British Columbia with her family.