There’s finally an affordable solution to giving your kids the summer to remember, and one they’ll be talking about for years.
Kidsworld supports Vancouver families by helping them create life long memories with their children, without breaking the bank. It offers a calendar of fun, athletic, and educational experiences all summer, and now all year.
A pass is for children along with an accompanying adult, giving you access to countless events and activities in Greater Vancouver at no additional costs, plus bonus discounts.
For just $50 you can find all your summer plans in just one place, with a value well over $500. And if you want to continue the fun all year round, it’s just $95 total.
Here are nine of the over 50 activities your kids can do this summer as a Kidsworld member:
Take a trip to the top of the city at Vancouver Lookout
Try something new at Vancouver Art Gallery
Cheer on the future stars at a Whitecaps FC 2 match
Conquer a wall at Hive Bouldering
Release your inner Mario Andretti at Richmond Go Karts
See where the magic happens at a Rogers Arena tour
See the city from a different perspective on a Harbour Cruise
Maplewood Farm: A petting zoo except better
See some cute animals at SPCA
See displays of world art and culture at Museum of Anthropology
You can go to one of the above and more, including iRide event by Cycling BC, Vancouver Police Museum, West Coast Railway Heritage Museum, Mad Science, and Beaty Biodiversity Museum. You’ll also enjoy access to acting classes, dance classes, art programs, and many more exciting opportunities.
Take a look at the Kidsworld calendar of events for more things happening this summer:
Kidsworld discounts include Playland day passes, 60% off Vancouver Whitecaps FC2 games, and free admission for children when an adult pass is purchased for the Abbotsford Air Show. New campers will also get $50 off summer camp at Keats Camps and Anvil Island.
Any accompanying adult can attend with the child, so grandparents, aunts, uncles, nannies, summer day camp leaders, or friends’ parents can all bring the child to an event.
To register and find more information, visit Kidsworld online.