Celebrate the return of fall in Burnaby with your significant other by going on the perfect fall date. We’ve put together our favourite date ideas below.
It’s not the most adventurous date but it’s definitely one of our top picks! Go on, unashamedly order the pumpkin spice latte we dare you.
Indluge in weekend brunch at Hart House
Spend Saturday or Sunday morning to remember in this historic home. Hart House not only has amazing brunch options but also amazing views of Deer Lake and the Burnaby skyline from their garden.
Farmers Market Finds
Experience a farmer’s market in a forested setting steps away from Deer Lake while you listen to entertainers and check out locally grown, baked and created goodies – did someone say breakfast?
Sip on Belgian Flights
Are you and your s/o beer lovers? Visiting Dageraad Brewing and sampling their flights is the perfect rainy day date.
Venture Thrift Shopping
Couples who thrift together, stay together. The start of the season is the best time to scoop up some gems—and yes, that includes those signature fall flannels – cozy and oversized – yes, please!
Eat Pumpkin Pie
Fall season’s staples – pumpkin everything! Head to The Pie Hole on 6th Street you won’t regret it.
There’s something so endearing about a bookshop date – we’re probably just hopeless romantics at heart. Head to Companion Books and get lost in the pages.
Hike the scenic Burnaby Mountain
Set your sights on the changing leaves and breathe in the crisp air. You can even pack a picnic to enjoy at the top and watch the world pass by.
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Tourism Burnaby is asector-focused destination marketing and resource organization that develops, promotes and assists in the city’s tourism growth through innovative community, regional and partner programs.
Tourism Burnaby is a non-profit destination marketing organization whose purpose is to support tourism promotional activities in order to increase visitation to the city. As part of its mandate, Tourism Burnaby is responsible for marketing, promoting, and selling the city for corporate meetings, pleasure travel, cultural, sports and special events. The organization was incorporated on October 25, 2004 under the Society Act of British Columbia.
Chris Perna, General Manager, Hilton Vancouver Metrotown
Doug Spindler, Assistant Director – Treasury Services, City of Burnaby
Paul Gallop, General Manager, Element Vancouver Metrotown
Lara Graham, Burnaby Board of Trade Representative
Councillor James Wang, City of Burnaby
Chris Browne, General Manager, Accent Inns Burnaby