Things to Do Easter Weekend in the Fraser Valley and Greater Vancouver

Dated: March 13 2024

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Things to Do Easter Weekend in the Fraser Valley and Greater Vancouver

Easter weekend is a great time to enjoy the spring weather and celebrate with family and friends. Whether you are looking for egg hunts, brunches, festivals, or outdoor activities, there is something for everyone in the Fraser Valley and Greater Vancouver. Here are some ideas for things to do during Easter weekend in 2024.

Fraser Valley

The Fraser Valley is a region east of Vancouver that offers scenic views, farm experiences, and family-friendly events. Here are some of the highlights for Easter weekend in the Fraser Valley:

  • Peteys Easter Eggstravaganza: Fantasy Farms in Chilliwack hosts this event on Tuesdays to Sundays from March 16th until the Easter long weekend. There is a miniature train, egg hunt, pony rides, and more. Admission is $15 per person and includes a basket of goodies.
  • Easter at Taves Family Farms: The Abbotsford farm celebrates Easter with a family-friendly event most years. There is an egg hunt, hayride, petting barn, playground, and more. Admission is $10.95 per person and includes a basket of goodies.
  • Easter Egg Hunt at Greendale Acres: The popular farm and attraction in Chilliwack hosts an annual egg hunt with extra activities. There is a petting zoo, pony rides, face painting, and more. Admission is $10 per person and includes a basket of goodies.
  • Harrison Tulip Festival: The new name for the flower festival that used to take place in Chilliwack but now happens in Agassiz (as of 2024). Enjoy the colourful tulip fields, food trucks, and market vendors. Admission is $15 per person and includes a parking pass.
  • Maan Farms Easter Egg Hunts: The Abbotsford farm hosts Easter events for both kids and adults. For kids, there is an egg hunt, hayride, corn maze, and more. For adults, there is a Bunnies & Booze event with live music, drinks, and games. Admission varies depending on the event.
  • Easter Brunch at Rowena’s Inn: The historic inn on the banks of the Harrison River offers a delicious Easter brunch with a scenic view. The menu features eggs benedict, waffles, roast beef, salmon, and more. Reservations are required and the price is $49.95 per person.
  • Easter at Cultus Lake Adventure Park: The amusement park at Cultus Lake opens for the season on Easter weekend. There are rides, games, mini golf, and more. Admission is free and ride tickets are $1.90 each or $29.95 for a wristband.

Greater Vancouver

Greater Vancouver is the metropolitan area that includes Vancouver and its surrounding cities. It offers a variety of cultural, historical, and recreational attractions. Here are some of the highlights for Easter weekend in Greater Vancouver:

  • Big Easter Run: This popular running race takes place at Jericho Beach on Saturday, March 30th. It is a fun run, so suitable for people of all ages and abilities. Many runners wear costumes, so it is fun to both watch and participate in. Admission is $35 for adults and $25 for kids.
  • Easter Vintage Car Rally: A gathering of dozens of vintage cars at Trev Deeley Motorcycles in Vancouver usually takes place on the Sunday. The event is open to the public and admission is free.
  • Easter Bash at Broadway Church: The church at 2700 East Broadway has a free event on Saturday, March 30th. There is an egg hunt, carnival games, bouncy castles, and more.
  • Easter Cookie Decorating: Coquitlam Heritage at Mackin House hosts this event on Friday, April 5th. Decorate spring-themed cookies with eggs, rabbits, flowers, and more. Bring a container so your half dozen cookies can get home safely. Admission is $5 per person and includes a half dozen cookies.
  • Easter Egg Dyeing Fun: The Vancouver Maritime Museum hosts this event on Friday, April 5th. Dye and decorate hard-boiled eggs that you can eat for Easter breakfast. Admission is $13.50 for adults and $11 for kids.
  • Easter at the Cannery: The Gulf of Georgia Cannery in Steveston hosts an Easter scavenger hunt on Saturday and Sunday. Explore the historic site and learn about the fishing industry. Admission is $13.85 for adults and $7.05 for kids.
  • Easter at VanDusen Botanical Garden: The beautiful garden in Vancouver hosts an Easter egg hunt on Saturday and Sunday. There are also crafts, games, and live entertainment. Admission is $15 for adults and $10 for kids.
  • Easter at the Burnaby Village Museum: The heritage village in Burnaby hosts an Easter scavenger hunt on Saturday and Sunday. There are also carousel rides, crafts, and demonstrations. Admission is free and carousel rides are $2.65 each.
  • Easter at the Stanley Park Railway: The miniature train in Stanley Park runs on Saturday and Sunday. There is also an egg hunt, crafts, and bunny visits. Admission is $6 for adults and $12 for kids.
  • Easter at the Capilano Suspension Bridge: The iconic attraction in North Vancouver hosts an Easter egg hunt on Saturday and Sunday. There are also crafts, face painting, and live entertainment. Admission is $54.95 for adults and $27.95 for kids.

Conclusion

Easter weekend is a wonderful time to explore the Fraser Valley and Greater Vancouver. There are many events and activities to choose from, depending on your interests and preferences. Whether you want to hunt for eggs, admire the tulips, or run with the bunnies, there is something for everyone in this region.

If you are also interested in buying or selling a home in the Fraser Valley or Greater Vancouver, or if you have any questions about the real estate market, please feel free to contact me. I would love to help you with your real estate needs and goals.

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