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Plan the best summer ever with this deal on Vancouver attractions

For March and April, Vancouver Attractions Group is offering an exclusive online promotion
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Cliffwalk at Capilano Suspension Bridge Park, book tickets on the Vancouver Attractions Group website and save up to 35 per cent at more than 20 attractions.

This spring and summer, don’t let travel restrictions stop you from experiencing world-class attractions.

Take advantage of what’s in your own backyard by exploring some of the best of what Vancouver has to offer. 

Vancouver residents can access incredible savings on local attractions, arts and cultural opportunities through the Vancouver Attractions Group. 

“This offer is normally only promoted to visitors, but given the change in the world, we’re hoping that Vancouver residents will take advantage of these deals,” Nancy Chilton, Vancouver Attractions Group marketing manager, says.

 “Here’s your chance to maximize your savings at all these great attractions that you’re familiar with but maybe haven’t been to or haven’t been to for ages. Even if you’ve seen the attraction before, you’re still going to see something new because there are great new exhibitions and additions to the experiences. ” 

For March and April, Vancouver Attractions Group is offering an exclusive online promotion. Book tickets for attractions with savings  of up to 35 per cent off the regular price when you buy tickets to three or more attractions.

There is also an impressive 25 per cent discount when you purchase passes for two attractions.

Tickets are valid for up to a year and can be purchased now for attractions that are currently open or are planning to open later in the year.

“You can buy now and play now, or buy now and play later,” Chilton says. 

Everything is fun - the whole point is to enjoy a great day out while taking the time to experience something new right at home.

Vancouver’s attractions and cultural institutions are among the best in the world.

The Vancouver Attractions website features fun, indoor and outdoor must-see destinations such as Capilano Suspension Bridge Park, Grouse Mountain, BC Sports Hall of Fame, the Museum of Vancouver, the Vancouver Art Gallery, UBC Botanical Garden and many more, including the soon to re-open, Sea to Sky Gondola.

Buying tickets and supporting these attractions are more than just a fun day out. This initiative also helps keep local institutions alive during a difficult time for tourism-related organizations, which play a larger role in our communities.

“They aren’t just tourist attractions, they’re community builders and part of the fabric of our culture,” Chilton says.

“While we rely on visitors to keep our doors open, the attractions serve to highlight our culture and our communities.” 

They’re also powerful regional economic drivers, providing employment and volunteer opportunities for Vancouver residents.

“So many of these attractions are the first job for tons of young people in the city. And the volunteer opportunities are innumerable. So many youth and seniors in our community volunteer at these attractions,” Chilton says.

“These attractions are part of the community fabric, and supporting them by taking advantage of this deal puts a little love and support back into the places that help create energy in our community.”

There are over 20 fun, exciting and entertaining experiences to choose from on the Vancouver Attractions website.

Most attractions are open now, but the seasonal partners will be open soon. Chilton urges to buy now to take advantage of maximum savings. The excellent value offer is available until April 30. 

The health and safety of all visitors are top of mind for these local attractions. To minimize the risk of spreading COVID-19, all partners created and adhere to a PHO-approved COVID-19 Health and Safety site protocols plan that ensures everyone’s safety.

Don’t delay - book this amazing deal today! Visit www.vancouverattractions.com to save as much as 35 per cent on local attractions, arts and cultural opportunities.