10 Top Things To Do in New Westminster, BC, Canada
in the City of Vancouver Area of British Columbia

 

The Top 10 Things To Do in New Westminster, British Columbia, Canada part of the City of Vancouver B.C. Region.

Glenbrook ParkSeek Culture and History : Experience the history of BC visiting the local museum and archives, a discovery centre, police museum and a military museum. And do not forget to visit any of the 60 heritage sites in the city like the 1865 Irving House - once the home of William Irving ( a famous steamboat captain).

Walk in Time : The walkways, pathways and trails explore over 50+ parks in the city and connect you to heritage sites. Make sure to plan for a walk on the waterfront and experience endless river views, the market and marine activity along the banks of the Fraser River.

Attend an Event : Year round there are events, festivals and concerts in the facilities, halls, recreation centres and parks of the city. Check the city event calendar and plan for for some quality time at one of the local festivities.

Go Sightseeing : There are sightseeing tours in the city on land and water. Tours visit heritage sites and view wildlife. Some of them include walking tours, boat tours, kayak tours and even a historic sightseeing tour on a heritage paddlewheeler.

Artful Thinking : There are some impressive artists studios and galleries in the region. Plan a day visiting paintings, sculptures and carvings.

Live Entertainment : Experience some of the local live talent in the region. Plan a date at the local theatre or mix theatre with leisure and visit the local casino.

Visit a Market : There is a large waterfront market down on the shores of Westminster Quay. Produce, gifts and retail shops, boutiques and vendors are ready to serve. After a taste of the local market walk the waterfront following the banks of the Fraser River.

Hungry for Cuisine : Plan a meal out on the town with the family at one of the local family restaurants or make it a romantic night for two at one of the local fine dining establishments.

Cycling Around : There are various designated cycling routes and street biking shoulders in the community including the BC Parkway, Brunette Fraser Greenway, Central valley Greenway, Crosstown Greenway and the London Street Bikeway

Pack your Mountain Bike : The bike paths connect to local parks and to the waterfront in the city. Make sure to make time for a casual bike ride on the waterfront and experience endless river views, the market and marine activity along the banks of the Fraser River. 

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