Ho, ho, ho! Santa is in town for Christmas 2013. A visit with Father Christmas is fun for all the family and the annual photo will be treasured for a lifetime.
Looking for somewhere magical to tell Santa if you’ve been naughty or nice? Use our list of where to meet Santa in Vancouver below. We recommend you focus on the nice.
Where to Visit Santa in Vancouver
Tuck into a delicious breakfast with Santa and then enjoy some arts and crafts and a sing-along with Santa’s elves.
More than 3 million lights will transform Stanley Park Plaza into a magical Christmas village with a spectacular train ride and Mr Claus in his grotto.
Visit Saint Nick in his workshop at Grouse Mountain’s Peak of Christmas celebration and meet the reindeer, skate on the outdoor rink or take a sleigh ride through the stunning forest.
The gardens are illuminated with more than 1.4 million lights, Svend and Jens, the Scandinavian Christmas Gnomes, will be performing every evening, and Father Christmas will be waiting to meet you in his living room.
Visit with Santa Claus in his grotto to tell him what’s on your wish list, and enjoy Lulu the Elf’s show on December 15.
Feel nostalgic as you marvel at the historic Woodward’s windows which have been relocated to Canada Place, have a skate, try your hand at curling, take in a live performance and get your picture taken with Saint Nicholas.
Horse and carriage rides, strolling brass bands, carollers and Father Christmas produce festive cheer in Kerrisdale throughout December.
Looking for more Christmas events? Check out our list of Vancouver’s top 10 Christmas events and attractions.
Last modified: December 3, 2013