As we continue Tourism Week, May 24 – 30, 2020, to highlight why #BCTourismMatters, especially in the Covid-19 era let’s take a look at what else is opening to help get the BC tourism industry back on its feet.
Many of our destinations and attractions remain closed but slowly activities, many of them outdoor, are reopening to allow you to get out of the house and into the community.
Vancouver Art Gallery: Reopening June 15, 2020 (tentative)
Physical distancing will limit capacity and advance tickets will be for specific times.
BC Parks: Opened for day-use now, camping reopens June 1, 2020
Physical distancing restrictions are in place, camping limited to BC residents.
Van Dusen Botanical Gardens: Reopened May 1, 2020
Physical distancing restrictions are in place. Restaurant and Gift Shop remain closed
Visitor Centre limited for entrance/exit and washroom use.
Butchart Gardens: Reopened May 1, 2020
Physical distancing restrictions are in place. Most washrooms and restaurant remain closed. Coffee Shop and Gelateria open for take-away.
Markets: Open Now
While market shopping is not social during COVID-19, gathering your bubble for a picnic in one of the reopened parts is. Why not have one of your group pick up some farm fresh supplies at Granville Island Public Market, one of the many Vancouver Farmers Markets or Victoria Public Market or the famed Moss Street Market in Victoria
Commuter Ferries: Open Now
False Creek Ferries and AquaBus have reopened to help with your crossings of False Creek with new physical distancing procedures in place.