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What To Do In Vancouver October-November 2019

October 10, 2019 // Vancouver

When it comes to Vancouver during the months of October through November there is always a variety of exciting events and family friendly activities to check out. We’ve put together a curated list of must see events so get your calendars ready.

Stanley Park Ghost Train

Tomorrow kicks off the annual Stanley Park Ghost Train. This event is a favourite amongst locals and out of towners alike. Your admission covers the themed train ride, this year it is ‘Alice in Nightmareland’ plus crafts, movies, a pumpkin patch and more. There is a ‘Little Monsters Matinee’ train ride if you think the evening event will be too spooky.

This annual event runs from October 11 to 31, 2019. Book your tickets ahead of time on line.

Fly With The Witches At FlyOver

One of our usual go to events in Vancouver is the Halloween attraction at FlyOver Canada in downtown Vancouver. Follow Broomelda as she takes you on a flight around Canada. Located at Canada Place this is a gorgeous spot to walk around before or after your flight.

Vancouver Coffee Lovers Event

A sign of a true Vancouverite is their love of good coffee. With a large amount of cafes to choose from throughout each neighbourhood, you can ensure your love of the bean is met here in Vancouver.

The third annual Beanstock Coffee Festival is happening on Granville Island at Performance Works during the weekend of November 2-3, 2019 . I will be there with the festival mug in hand ready to taste test my way through some of the best independent micro-roasters. This event will keep you buzzing with live music, local eats and all you can taste coffee. Attendees will go home with their own mug along with two coffee samples to enjoy at home.

Looking for more local Vancouver inspiration? Check out our post on hosting your own princess birthday at home.



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Hi! I'm Andrea, a 30 something girl who loves living the downtown lifestyle and didn't want to give it up once I started a family. Mama in the City since 2008 and blogging since 2009!