Rainy Day Activities in Vancouver

Rainy Day Activities

The Lower Mainland’s best things to do on rainy days include visiting Vancouver museums, restaurants, indoor attractions and entertainment venues.

Vancouver offers so many fun things to do indoors, which is good seeing as we get so much rain!

Rainy Day Things to Do in Vancouver

So where should one go to escape the wet stuff? Below are a few suggestions, including special seasonal activities plus lists of dry places for people of all ages, for children specifically and for adults.

For a video of Vancouver’s best rainy day places, click Vancouver Rainy Day Activities Video. For a list of best rainy day places, see below.


Below you’ll find information on the following topics. Continue reading for the full article, or click a link to jump to a particular list.

Seasonal Indoor Places | Dry Places for All Ages | Rainy Day Places for Kids | Adult Rainy Day Activities


Clip 'n Climb Vancovuer

Seasonal Indoor Places

Good places to be on rainy days this time of year include the following:


THE CIRCUS IS COMING!

Best places to be on rainy days in May and June in 2019 are at the Royal Canadian Family Circusshows in Richmond, Tsawwassen and Surrey. Also, use promo code VansBestPlaces and save on general admission tickets!


Royal Canadian Family Circus 2019

ENTERTAINMENT BOOK RAINY DAY SAVINGS

TIP: The Entertainment Book contains hundreds of coupons including ones for some of the Lower Mainland’s best places on rainy days. If you want to escape from the weather and save money, check out Vancouver Rainy Day Entertainment Book Activities and take advantage of all the great 2-for-1 coupons.


Dry Places for Folk of All Ages

Great indoor Vancouver places any time of the year include the following:

Rainy Day Activities Collage

Rainy Day Places for Kids

Wondering what to do with children on a wet, miserable day? Below are some great kid-friendly rainy day places.

  • Apex Adventure Plex – a trampoline park in Richmond.
  • Castle Fun Park – home to the best indoor mini golf in the Fraser Valley (plus outdoor go karts, bumper cars, batting cages and more).
  • Chuck E. Cheese – a fun place to take young children in Langley.
  • Clip ‘n Climb Vancouver – a colourful indoor climbing facility with ladders, staircases, walls and all kinds of things to climb in Richmond.
  • Extreme Air Park – indoor trampoline centres in New Westminster, Richmond and Langley.
  • Funky Monkey Fun Park – laser tag, bumper cars, pirate ship ride and playground at 13853-104 Avenue in Surrey.
  • The Great Escape – an indoor family entertainment centre with mini golf, laser tag, toddler zone and more at 20645 Langley Bypass in Langley.
  • H.R. MacMillan Space Centre – home of Vancouver’s planetarium.
  • Kidtropolis – an indoor miniature village in Richmond that’s suitable for children ages 3 to about 8.
  • Science World – a great IMAX Theatre and lots of cool science stuff to see.
  • Watermania – one of the Lower Mainland’s best aquatic centres, and a best place for children in Richmond.
  • West Vancouver Aquatic Centre – another one of the best indoor aquatic centres in Metro Vancouver.
  • If you don’t mind the rain and want to take in other top attractions without the crowds, check out Vancouver’s Best Places for Children, for top things to do with kids in general.
Science World Statues with Umbrella
Science World on a Rainy Day

Adult Rainy Day Activities

For great bars and restaurants, check out Vancouver’s best places to eat and drink. Just don’t worry about places with fancy views though – if the weather is bad you won’t be able to see much.

Vancouver Dark Skies

For music, theatre and other performances around town, check out Vancouver’s Best Places’ Shows and Entertainment Calendar.

Indoor places that are of interest to people of all ages, but in particular adults, include the following:

And if you’re feeling lucky, maybe check out one of Vancouver’s casinos. Just take a limited amount of money, no more than you’re willing to lose happily, and play for fun. As they say, ‘know your limit, play within it!’

For other great things to do rain or shine, check out Vancouver’s Best Places Calendar of Events.

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