Top 8 Things to Do in Vancouver During the March Break of 2022

The March break is finally here, and thankfully, the COVID-19 restrictions have also been lowered. You can turn this situation into an opportunity to have quality time with your family. To help you get started, here is a list of the top 8 things to do in Vancouver during the March break of 2022.

1.       Vancouver Art Gallery

A trip to one of the country's largest and most significant art galleries offers a wonderful way to spend quality time with your family. It has a collection of more than 10,000 art pieces, but a small percentage is on display at one time. It also highlights the work of several BC and Vancouver artists and has one of North America's best photographic collections. Over 600,000 people visit the attraction each year. Read more about it here.

2.       Vancouver Mysteries Adventure Games

Offering a series of outdoor adventure games, this company is in downtown Vancouver. Here players work in teams and solve clues. It has many live and in-person adventures for people who like the outdoors and offers many fun Virtual Games that people who prefer indoors can play online. Use the promo code BESTPLACES just before the end of the registration process to get a discount this March. Read more here.

3.       The BC Bike Show

If you and your family enjoy cycling, you can't miss the BC Bike Show, where you can explore the latest bikes and avail yourself of exclusive offers from some of the best cycling brands and retailers. You can also enjoy Road Cycling, Mountain Biking, and Commuter & Electric rides here. Learn more by visiting this link.

4.       Vancouver's Riley Park Farmers Market

Get your family closer to nature by visiting the Riley Park Farmers Market. Formerly called the Nat Bailey Farmers Market, it takes place by Vancouver's Nat Bailey Stadium near Queen Elizabeth Park on Saturdays. Now, its winter season is going on that began on November 6, 2021, and will end on April 23, 2022. Here you can find several farmers, artisan vendors, and food trucks. You also get free parking in winter. Learn more here.

5.       Vancouver Flea Market

When seeking bargain deals, you and your family can plan to visit The Vancouver Flea Market, where you can get yard-sale-type stuff, including second-hand toys, collector's items, and much more. Since 2002, it has helped people to get the best bargains. The 40,000 square feet of space hosts hundreds of vendors and thousands of shoppers each weekend. Read more about it here.

6.       CelticFest Vancouver

Enjoy some "we-time" with your family at this fantastic fest that includes everything from a comedy night to networking with Peter Fry, a live performance from Dani Larkin and Odhran Murphy, and free concerts and activities outside of the Vancouver Art Gallery. It starts on March 16 and lasts till the 20th. Read more here.

7.       The Beaty Biodiversity Museum

The Beaty Biodiversity Museum is home to about 2,000,000 specimens and displays all kinds of biological organisms, including insects, plants, and mammals. It helps educate visitors on what they can do to help the current environmental crisis. Visit it anytime from 10 AM to 5 PM every Tuesday to Sunday. Read more about it here.

8.       Sonic Boom Festival 2022

From March 11 to March 13, 2022, this three-day festival highlights exciting new music created by BC's finest composers, and it's performed by eclectic combinations of some of BC's finest musicians! This year, the composer-in-Residence is Edward Top, and Featured Artists include McGregor/Verdejo Duo (flute/guitar) and Valerie Whitney, Horn. Learn more here.


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