Hawaii Mom Blog: Visit British Columbia: Top 10 Things to Do with Kids




February 26, 2015

Visit British Columbia: Top 10 Things to Do with Kids

My kids kept busy in British Columbia.  There was no shortage of fun things to do.  Here are their favorite things to do in BC:
1. Visit Science World at Telus British Columbia - easily one of the best, if not the best, science museums we've visited.

2. Ride the Stanley Park Train - for a small fee kids can take a ride through the park and see lots of fun displays.
3. Play at Boundary Bay Regional Park Playground - a 40 minute drive from Vancouver, and designated "The Best Playground Ever" by my son.
4. Make pizzas at Rocky Mountain Flatbread - the kids loved making their own pizzas!
5. See the marine life at the Vancouver Aquarium - the jellies were some of the kids' favorite things to see!

6. Participate in the Rainforest Explorers Program at Capilano Suspension Bridge Park - kids are tasked with collecting specific data throughout the park.  Such an engaging way to explore and learn!

7. Play at Central Park Playground in Burnaby - another fun playground that the kids loved.

8. Take the Sea to Sky Gondola up 885 meters above sea level - and then hike and cross the suspension bridge high up in the mountain!

9. Play on the playground at Stanley Park - I'm so envious of how many cool playgrounds there are in British Columbia!

10. Check out the towering totem poles in Stanley Park - the totem poles are so fascinating to look at, and they all tell a story.

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