Looking for some memorable ways to spend Spring Break in Richmond, BC?
There are tons of immersive, educational, and FUN ways to spend the break for kids of all ages.
Their parents might even enjoy these, too!
West Dyke Trail | Photo: Tourism Richmond
Explore Richmond Nature Park
Sunday, March 18 2PM
Take part in a free one-hour naturalist-led tours and learn about the plants and animals that live in this special park! You can enjoy the easy walking trails too, and there are two dedicated geocaching options as well. It's a great way to enjoy our local beauty while getting outside and staying active!
For more information visit www.richmond.ca/naturepark
Take in Richmond’s History
Spark the imagination of the entire family with some of the excellent programming offered up by Steveston’s heritage buildings and National Historic Sites.
Drop by the Steveston Interurban Tram for a tour, and collect a Steveston History Hunters scavenger hunt flyer. Don’t forget to check out the century-old interurban car!
Visit the Steveston Museum, for free crafts and other activities are on the schedule for March 22, 28 and 29 (12:30PM -3:30PM).
Over at the Britannia Shipyards National Historic Site, they’ve got some spring break camps on the roster. The family-friendly museum is also open from noon - 5PM daily, with free guided 15-minute tours available.
Take in Spring Break at the Cannery (Monday, March 19 - Saturday, March 24). The Gulf of Georgia Cannery National Historic Site over Spring Break on weekdays from March 19th - 29th is the place to be - activities, crafts and games for kids of all ages!
Check out www.gulfofgeorgiacannery.org for more details
Experience Richmond Media Lab
Thursday, March 22 3PM-8PM
Get one step ahead of today’s advancements in technology - this sounds creative, fun, AND educational! Youth can try their hand on any digital medium (think film, music, photography, digital drawing, and other media arts).
Visit www.richmond.ca/medialab for drop-in times, snack breaks, etc.
For more ideas on how to spend your spring break, visit www.richmond.ca/springbreak and https://www.visitrichmondbc.com/blog/post/spring-break-activities-in-richmond/
Michael Cowling & Associates