It’s not often that we get out to explore popular sites around Vancouver that are enjoyed by so many visitors each year. It wasn’t until the past year or so that I walked around Minter Gardens, went up to the Vancouver Lookout, or stopped by Maplewood Farm. It’s for this reason that Tourism Vancouver has launched the “Be a Tourist in Your Own Town” campaign May 3rd to May 29th, 2011.
Tourism Vancouver explains: “Each day, during the 27 days of the promotion, a different area attraction will be revealed as the â€œattraction of the dayâ€, offering B.C. residents a limited number of free admission tickets to their location. Tickets are only valid for one day, but on that day the lucky locals who snag tickets can expect a great day out, and will leave inspired to share their experience with visiting friends and relatives.”
The deal of the day for B.C. residents will be announced on Twitter, Facebook, and local radio. To participate, you’ll need to register for the deal online while tickets are still available.
A few of my favourite spots that will be a part of the promotion include: Hell’s Gate, Gulf of Georgia Cannery in Steveston, Britannia Mine Museum, the Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art, the Museum of Anthropology, the Squamish Lilâ€™wat Cultural Centre and many more, listed online.