As we move closer to Phase 3 of the BC Restart plan, more and more attractions are reopening. Let’s take a look at some more spots that have opened, or are reopening soon:
Capilano Suspension Bridge Park: 3735 Capilano Rd, North Vancouver
Now open, daily 9am – 6pm. Time specific tickets may be booked on Capbridge.com. Guests displaying any COVID-19 symptoms will not be allowed entry to the Park. Within the Park, follow signage for one-way pathways, and physical distancing. Sanitizing stations will be place throughout the Park.
Free Shuttle service will again be offered from Downtown Vancouver.
Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art: 639 Hornby St, Vancouver, BC
Open now, Wednesday – Sunday 11am – 5pm (Thursday’s 9:30am – 11pm open to seniors, vulnerable citizens, & first responders). Contactless entry tickets bookable online. Masks are recommended, but not required, other COVID-19 protocols included physical distancing and increased sanitization of high touch surface areas.
Opening July 16 is an exhibition celebrating centennial birthday of Bill Reid (1920-1998)—To Speak With a Golden Voice.
Zero Latency VR Vancouver: Kingsgate Mall, #101-370 E. Broadway, Vancouver, BC
The free-roaming VR gaming hub is open now, for privately booked sessions of maximum six players, with sessions separated to avoid interactions. Zero Latency game masters are equipped with masks and gloves and heavy-duty sanitizing occurs after every game play.
Fly Over Canada: 999 Canada Place, Vancouver, BC
Open now, flight tickets may be booked online. Limited admission, physical distancing and increased staffing and hygiene protocols are in place.
Until August 30th, also view Experience Iceland, tickets available online.
Grouse Mountain: 6400 Nancy Greene Way, North Vancouver, BC
Reopening June 22nd, for Annual Passholders, and download-only guests. Advanced bookings for Skyride arrivals and departures are required.
Skyride capacity will be reduced by 70% to allow physical distance between patrons. Masks are mandatory whilst boarding, riding, and disembarking the Skyride.
Burnaby Village Museum: 6501 Deer Lake Ave. Burnaby, BC
Reopening July 15, Wednesdays to Sundays, 11am-4:30pm Free Admission
The C.W. Parker Carousel and Gift Shop will remain closed. Details about physical distancing, health and safety protocols will be forthcoming.
Old Hastings Mill Store Museum: 1575 Alma Street, Vancouver, BC
Reopening July 1st, Tuesday – Sunday 1-4pm (Closed Mondays), by donation. Guests are asked to wear face-covering or masks, practice physical distancing, and sanitize hands prior to entry. Anyone showing feeling unwell will not be admitted.