AdvertisemenFirst, visit and soak up color at the Alma VanDusen Meadow Garden located in the Shaughnessy neighborhood of British Columbia, Canada at the North West corner of 37th Avenue and Oak Street. Named after philanthropist and local lumberman Whitford Julian VanDusen, this botanical garden boasts Heathers, autumn crocus, hydrangeas and more bloom during the fall giving visitors the simple pleasure of soaking up picture-perfect fall landscapes.
Make sure not to forget to stand before the fiery red Japanese maples. The garden is open to the public every day of the year except Christmas. For day visitors, there are admission fees and memberships (family and individual) for repeat visitors. For sightseeing Experience in Vancouver, Vancouver limo with your friends and family in the comfort of a professional chauffeur-driven limousine.
Second, hiring Vancouver limo, Surrey limo, Langley limo and Burnaby limo in getting cultured at the Vancouver Art Gallery. Considered as the fifth-largest art gallery in Canada and the largest in Western Canada holding Its permanent collection of about 11,000 artworks from historical and contemporary Vancouver artists and other contemporary art leaders thus include more than 200 major works by Emily Carr, the Group of Seven, Jeff Wall, Harry Callahan and Marc Chagall. In an olden provincial courthouse in downtown Vancouver, The Vancouver Art Gallery has lived since 1983, at 750 Hornby Street, bounded by Georgia, Howe, Hornby, and Robson streets. The gallery has gift shops, library and boasts one of the city's top cafés. Conversing with friends over coffee is one fall activity you just have to partake in.
Third, activity is experiencing fall Halloween-Fright Nights at the Pacific National Exhibition. Experience the terrifying, freaky and much less cheerful doppelganger of Playland, Fright Nights, select nights October 6 through 31. Annually, the event takes over the entire amusement park with bone-chilling exhibits and live shows like the Monsters of Schlock and fire performances featuring eight haunted houses (including our additional, new house: The Bloodshed), 20 rides (5 more than last year), and live performances. What is fall without Halloween, and what is Halloween without a scream or two? Come and visit hiring party bus Vancouver after with friends and family.
Fourth, discover the city’s fringe benefits at The Vancouver Fringe Festival featuring more than 700 performances in 11 days. The festival is all about breaking down barriers, that is why its "Bring Your Own Venue" principle has become so famous. How frequently can you see theatre in a car, a boat or even a tree? Only here! Bring a date and build an unforgettable experience with BOSS Limousines, with being the BOSS of your night.
Becoming a fan is the fifth activity. Throughout the fall, BC Lions offer great football. Come out and root for the home team and watch the Vancouver Canucks our professional ice hockey team based in Vancouver, British Columbia hit the ice at Rogers Arena.
Catching the start of theatre season in the fall also gives a great time.
Arts Club Theatre Company and the Clutch are great picks.The latter is perched at the top of a hill that slopes down to the heart of the City. It has always been a gathering place. This once-abandoned church has developed into BC's most diverse performance space and a national treasure. It is a memorable experience to catch a show with someone with a pleasurable ride by Boss Limos with Vancouver limo, Surrey limo, Langley limo and Burnaby limo.
Next in line is, Hit the silver screen at the Vancouver International Film Festival and travel to more than 80 countries via the critically acclaimed as "an unspoiled celebration of world cinema." It's one of the biggest film festivals in North America and for sure this one you don't want to miss.
Lastly, Take a hike. Get outside and immerse yourself in nature and be mesmerized with the colors changing.Whether you're puffing up and huffing the 2.9 kilometers (1.8 miles) trail, Grouse Grind or leisurely strolling through Stanley Park, the sweeping views, and crisp air will keep your body active and of course, provide only-in-autumn photo ops.Also, Visiting your favorite animals at Maplewood FarmFree Web Content, a well-loved and visited attraction on Vancouver’s North Shore opened in 1975.