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9 Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend That Aren't Eating Turkey

There is more to do than pass the stuffing. 🦃
9 Things To Do In Vancouver On The Long Weekend That Aren't Eating Turkey

Make the most of your three days off. There is so much to be thankful for that isn't just stuffing your face with a mountain of turkey and mashed potatoes. To help you make the most of every minute off, here are things to do in Vancouver on the long weekend.

There are a ton of unique events that you can enjoy with your family. From heading to one of the many Fringe Festival shows to exploring the magical Pretty Lucid Place.

For those of you craving a slice of pie, Gabi & Jules delivers across Metro Vancouver. Or you can be more adventurous and try pumpkin spice spam at Shameless Buns.

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Try Pumpkin Spice Spam

Price: 💸

Address: Shameless Buns, Multiple locations (track them here)

Why You Need To Go: This Filipino food truck is serving pumpkin spice spam and it could be the most unique fall food ever.

Take A Bite Of Pumpkin Pie

Price: 💸💸

Address: Gabi & Jules, 2302B Clarke St., Port Moody, BC

Why You Need To Go: You can order one of their delicious pumpkin pies and have it delivered to your home.

Fall Down The Rabbit Hole

Price: Free

When: Until Monday, November 30

Address: 6191 West Blvd., Vancouver

Why You Need To Go: You can go on a private tour of the stunning The Art Of Wonder with flowers everywhere and floating teacups.

See Colourful Leaves

Price: $8.20 per person

Address: VanDusen Botanical Garden, 5251 Oak St., Vancouver, BC

Why You Need To Go: You can stroll through the autumn wonderland and see all the colourful foliage.

Find A Secret Infinity Mirror Room

Price: $34.99

Address: 2800 Bathgate Way, Richmond, BC

Why You Need To Go: You need to experience the dazzling Moon And Back Gallery's photo spaces.

Head To A Farmers' Market

Price: Free

When: Until Saturday, October 24, 2020

Address: 50 E. 30th Ave., Vancouver, BC

Why You Need To Go: You can shop for some fresh produce or flowers for your Thanksgiving celebration.

Go On A Wagon Ride

Price: $20.20

Address: 12900 Steveston Hwy., Richmond, BC

Why You Need To Go: Head to Richmond Country Farms for some classic fall fun, you can ride the tractor-drawn wagon, get lost in the corn maze, and explore the pumpkin patch.

Laugh At A Hilarious Show

Price: $15.00

When: Until Saturday, October 10

Address: 1398 Cartwright St., Vancouver, BC

Why You Need To Go: There are so many fantastic shows to see at the Vancouver Fringe Festival like the hilarious Magic Dropout show by Rob Teszka.

Enter A Dream-like World

Price: $38.99

Address: 4731 Garden City Rd., Richmond, BC

Why You Need To Go: Pretty Lucid Place is overflowing with immersive art experiences where you can take cute selfies.

Before you get going, check our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your trip.

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