22 Things To Do In BC That You Need To Add To Your Spring Bucket List
Get a spring in your step. 🌷
Soon enough, spring will be here, and it will be time to break out your t-shirts and sunglasses. After what feels like endless weeks of cold weather, we are looking forward to the change of season. If you are like us and can't wait for the warmer weather, then we've got you covered. We made a list of the top things to do in B.C. that you need to add to your spring bucket list ASAP.
After spending so long hibernating indoors, it is finally time to get outside. Spring is the ideal time to to waterfalls, or beautiful lookouts as the temperature isn't too hot or cold.
One of the first signs of the end of winter is all the flowers. So it is time to stop and smell the blooms at all festivals happening.
Between all the tulip, apple blossom and happening, you won't run out of things to do.
It's more than just flowers coming to B.C. this spring. For example, the Jurassic World Live Tour is coming to Vancouver, and the Sea To Sky Gondola is running again after .
It is time to message your BFF and start planning what the two of you are going to do first.
Abbotsford Tulip Festival
Price: $7.50+ per person
Address: 36737 North Parallel Rd., Abbotsford, BC
Why You Need To Go: Together with your best friend, you'll be able to tiptoe through a rainbow-coloured field of tulips.
Camelot Haven Alpaca Farm
Price: $20.00 per person
When: Sunday, May 10 to Saturday, October 10, 2020
Address: 6841 Raven Rd., Vernon, BC
Why You Need To Go: At this adorable farm, you'll be able to meet their huge herd of fluffy alpacas.
Address: Brandywine Falls Provincial Park, Whistler, BC
Why You Need To Go: This super quick one kilometre round trip trail will take you to a gigantic 70-metre tall waterfall.
Price: $14.00 per person
Address: 3350 260 St., Aldergrove, BC
Why You Need To Go: You can enjoy a retro night watchingwith your friends.
Moon And Back
Price: $34.99 per person
Address: 12800 Bathgate Way Unit 9, Richmond, BC
Why You Need To Go: Starting in March, Moon and Back will have a brand new exhibit withyou will want to see.
Mini Egg Ice Cream
Price: $15.50 for 500 mL
Address: 2785 W 16th Ave., Vancouver, BC
Why You Need To Go: Spring means the return of all our favourite Easter treats, like this deliciousfrom La Glace.
Maple Wood Farms
Price: $8.68 per person
Address: 405 Seymour River Pl., North Vancouver, BC
Why You Need To Go: Spring is the best time to visit this farm, as you might get to see baby animals.
Hot Tub Boat Victoria
Price: $65.00+ per person
Address: 450 Swift St., Victoria, BC
Why You Need To Go: For a relaxing afternoon, you can book a hot tub boat with five of your friends for one and a half hours.
Sugar Sugar Studios
Price: $65.00 per person
Address: 4010 Main St., Vancouver, BC
Why You Need To Go: Sugaraholics will adore their. Some of the eye-catching designs include a unicorn, pineapple and fox.
Shipping Container On The Water
Price: $155.00 a night
Address: Squamish, BC
Why You Need To Go: You can relax at this stunning Airbnb where you can enjoy your own private waterfront deck.
Price: $4.50 per person
Address: 333 Gladwin Rd., Abbotsford, BC
Why You Need To Go: Durning Blossomfest, you'll be able to stroll through their orchard filled with tiny apple blossoms. While there, you'll also snuggle their friendly goats, chicks and lambs in the petting barn too.
Address: 245 Union St., Vancouver, BC
Why You Need To Go: Their macarons are nearly too cute to eat. They have everything from Pokemon characters, Hello Kitty, Cookie Monster, and Winnie the Pooh.
Jurassic World Live Tour
When: Thursday, May 21 to Sunday, May 24, 2020
Address: 2901 E. Hastings St., Vancouver, BC
Why You Need To Go: This is your chance toyou had when you first saw Jurassic Park as a kid.
Cascade Falls Suspension Bridge
Address: Cascade Falls Regional Park, 36421 Ridgeview Rd., Deroche, BC
Why You Need To Go: This simple kilometre long trail will take you over a long suspension bridge where you can enjoy a view of a 30-metre waterfall.
When: Thursday, June 11 to Sunday, October 11, 2020
Address: Complimentary shuttle leaves from 4293 Mountain Square #211, Whistler, BC
Why You Need To Go:reopens this spring in Whistler. Following the illuminated trail, you'll be left in awe as you explore the fantasy-like setting.
Liard Hot Springs
Address: 75100-81198 Alaska Hwy, Northern Rockies B, BC
Why You Need To Go: You can treat yourself to a relaxing soak in Canada's.
Stay In A Tiny Home
Price: $141.50 per night
Address: Qualicum Beach, BC
Why You Need To Go: Have you been curious if a tiny house could be for you? If so, why not book a weekend getaway in this charming tiny home that feels fives times bigger than it is.
Vancouver Cherry Blossom Festival
When: Thursday, April 2 to Sunday, April 26, 2020
Address: Various locations in Vancouver, BC
Why You Need To Go: Seeing the tinywill make you feel like you are in Japan.
Price: $12.00 per person
When: Friday, May 1 to Monday, October 12, 2020
Address: 7060 Trans-Canada Hwy., Revelstoke, BC
Why You Need To Go: You'll feel like a kid again as you visit B.C.'s tallest treehouse.
Sea To Sky Gondola
Price: $44.95 per person
Address: Squamish-Lillooet D, BC
Why You Need To Go: The Sea To Sky Gondola hasafter being vandalized. Now that it is running again, you can enjoy the views on the ride up.
The Butchart Gardens
Price: $32.40 per person
Address: 800 Benvenuto Ave., Brentwood Bay, BC
Why You Need To Go: Spring is one of the most breathtaking times to visit The Butchart Gardens as you can see blooming tulips, crabapples, peonies, lilacs, wisteria and more.
Zero Latency Vancouver
Price: $44.95 to $59.95 per person
Address: 370 E. Broadway, Vancouver, BC
Why You Need To Go: You can playwith seven of your friends at this new complex.
Chilliwack Tulip Festival
Price: $7.00+ per person
When: April 2020 (exact dates TBA)
Address: 41310 Yale Rd., Chilliwack, BC
Why You Need To Go: No matter how many times you visit the 20 acres of flowers at the Chilliwack Tulip Festival are always breathtaking.
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