‘Tis the season and if you’re anything like me, you live for all the holiday lights! Instead of going on a mad hunt for the best lights around the city, why not break them down for you so you can tick off as many as you can during the holiday season.
Here’s are 5 places to see Christmas Lights around the Lower Mainland!
Canyon Lights at Capilano Suspension Bridge Park
A Winter Festival on now until January 27, 2019. The suspension bridge, Treetops Adventure, Cliffwalk, the rainforest and canyon are transformed into a world of festive lights and visual enchantment. My personal favourite the 30-ton Douglas Firs decked out in zillions of holiday lights!
If you’re looking for a romantic date night… this will be perfect for you!
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Bright Nights At Stanley Park
During the holiday season, the Bright Nights Christmas Train and Stanley Park Train Plaza sparkle with three million twinkling lights.
Ride the Bright Nights Train and experience the lights, displays, and live performers along the train route. Entry into the park is by donation! All donations at the front gate go to the BC Professional Fire Fighters’ Burn Fund. Since opening in 1998, $1.4 million has been raised to help burn survivors and their families.
Open November 29, 2018 – January 5th, 2019
Festival Of Lights at VanDusen Botanical Gardens
A well known Vancouver attraction and a MUST for holiday lovers! The Festival of Lights sees VanDusen Gardens turn into a magical winter wonderland with gazillions of lights and festive decor! We recommend buying your tickets early as this is one BUSY holiday attraction.
Open December 1st to January 6th, 2019
Lights Of Hope at St Paul’s Hospital
The annual Lights of Hope display literally lights up Vancouver’s famous Burrard Street! The Lights of Hope are a fundraiser that feature over 10km of lights, 100,000 bulbs and hundreds of stars.
Lights at Lafarge
The City of Coquitlam plays host the Lower Mainland’s largest free outdoor lights display at Lafarge Lake in Town Centre Park. Hundreds of thousands of lights line the lake’s edge with various themes throughout. This is a FREE family friendly event and of course, your furry friends are welcome as well!
Open until January 20th, 2019