If there’s one thing everybody knows, it’s that Santa Claus makes quite the entrance.
Although you may not see or hear him, he rides around on a sleigh in the sky, and he can get down a chimney without a trace. Oh, he’s also a pro scuba diver, too.
That’s right, Scuba Claus will be visiting the Vancouver Aquarium daily to don his flippers and dive with the colourful cold-water creatures in the Strait of Georgia habitat.
Beginning this month, and all throughout December, keen-eyed youngsters and adults alike will be able to spot Scuba Claus during his daily dives spreading holiday cheer and magic.
Visitors can also soak up the season while exploring the
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Visitors can also pose for a photo with Scuba Claus between 10 am and 3:30 pm on Saturday, December 7; Sunday, December 8; Saturday, December 14; Sunday,
Also back again is the marine debris tree created by Tofino-based artist Pete Clarkson, made entirely of items collected from shoreline cleanups on the west coast of Vancouver Island.
After wandering the galleries with cocoa in hand, it’s time for a journey to the North Pole in the Vancouver Aquarium’s 4-D theatre, where The Polar Express 4D Experience plays daily.
Catch Scuba Claus’ dives daily at 12:30 pm and 2:30 pm, beginning on November 21 through December 24, with all other holiday displays at the Vancouver Aquarium continuing until January 5, 2020.
For more information and schedules, check out the Vancouver Aquarium’s website.
Date: November 21 t0 January 5, 2020
Time: 10 am to 5 pm
Where: Vancouver Aquarium in Stanley Park (845 Avison Way)
Admission: Adult: $38 | Senior/Student: $30 | Child (4-12): $21 | Child (0-4): $0