Rainy day activities in Vancouver

It rains in Vancouver. That’s nothing new. But a little rain does not mean staying bored at home with the kids. We have our top 4 favourite things to do in Vancouver on a rainy day:

Go bowling! Vancouver options include Grandview Lanes, Commodore Bowling, Town ‘n Country Bowl, Revs Bowling (Burnaby and Maple Ridge locations), and North Shore Bowl.

Visit the Vancouver Art Gallery: Indulge your artsy side in the heart of downtown Vancouver. Admission for adults is $20, children 5yrs + $6, children under 5 are free, Family rate (2 adults and up to 4 children) is $50. Free (by donation) entry on Tuesday evenings, from 5PM until 9PM.

Go swimming! Get wet, get your exercise, and have fun in one of the many indoor pools in the metro Vancouver area.

City of Vancouver indoor pools

North Vancouver Recreation indoor pools

West Vancouver Aquatic centre

City of Burnaby swimming

City of Coquitlam Indoor Pool facilities

City of Port Coquitlam Indoor Pool facilities

Maple Ridge Leisure Centre Pool

City of Richmond Pools

New Westminster Canada Games Pool

City of Surrey Indoor Pools

Visit an indoor playground: So many to choose from!

Adventure Zone at Granville Island (Vancouver)

Bearfoot Play (North Vancouver)

Captain Kid’s Indoor Fun Centre (Langley)

Crash Crawly’s (Coquitlam)

Fun4kidz (Richmond and West Vancouver)

Go Bananas (Langley, Richmond, Surrey, North Vancouver, and Chilliwack)

Jojo’s Playzone (Maple Ridge)

Koko’s Activity Centre (Port Moody)


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