Are you planning a memorable Labour Day weekend in Burnaby?

Whether you’re a local looking for some weekend adventure or a visitor seeking a memorable experience, Burnaby has something special in store for everyone. Here’s a curated list of eight fun activities to make the most of your Labour Day weekend in Burnaby.

Burnaby’s Brewery Tour

For those looking to savor the unique flavors of local brews, Burnaby offers a thriving craft beer scene that’s ready to be discovered. As you plan your Labour Day weekend itinerary, consider adding a visit to Burnaby’s breweries: Steamworks Taproom, Studio Brewing, and Dageraad Brewing. From classic brews to innovative creations, these breweries showcase the artistry and passion that go into crafting the perfect pint. Read more here.

Dageraad Brewing

Retail Therapy Extravaganza

Embark on a shopping adventure across Burnaby’s premier destinations, including Metropolis at Metrotown, The Amazing Brentwood, and The City of Lougheed. Explore these shopping havens and indulge in a day of retail therapy, discovering a wide array of stores, fashion boutiques, electronics outlets, and luxury brands. Take advantage of summer sales and discounts while immersing yourself in a shopper’s paradise.

William Mark

Morning Coffee Fix

No perfect morning is complete without a cup of freshly brewed coffee and a hearty breakfast to fuel your adventures. When you find yourself in Burnaby Heights, kickstart your Labour Day with a delightful cup of coffee and pastries. Cup and Bun, The Gray Olive Cafeteria, FiorDiLatte Cafe– These cozy cafés/breakfast spots promise an experience that combines exceptional coffee, mouthwatering pastries, and an inviting atmosphere.

Cup & Bun Cafe

Family Ice Cream Outing

Nothing beats the summer heat like indulging in some creamy and refreshing ice cream. Burnaby boasts a variety of local ice cream parlors and shops, many of which are family-owned. Take your family to one of the local ice cream parlors, where you can find a variety of flavors and toppings to suit everyone’s taste buds. Share laughter and sweet moments as you bond over ice cream cones on a warm summer day. Check our guide out here.

Soft Peaks Ice Cream

Hike in Nature’s Wonderland

For nature enthusiasts, Burnaby offers picturesque hiking trails that will rejuvenate your spirit. Head to Burnaby Mountain Conservation Area and hike through lush forests, catching glimpses of the breathtaking cityscape along the way. If you are an avid runner, Burnaby Lake Regional Park boasts a scenic 10-kilometer loop around the serene Burnaby Lake, providing the perfect ambiance. Check out trails in Burnaby here.

Outdoor Vancouver

Hunting for Delicious Food

When you’re in Burnaby, food hunting is an adventure in itself. Whether you’re exploring the diverse international cuisine, tasting local delights at food festivals, or savoring the freshest farm-to-table dishes, your taste buds are in for a treat. Don’t miss the chance to discover Burnaby’s best patios before summer ends- hot spots that make Burnaby a delightful gastronomy destination for solo food enthusiasts, families, and friends.


Discovering Treasures

As you explore Burnaby during the Labour Day weekend, don’t miss the chance to dive into the world of thrifting. Thrift stores offer a unique opportunity to uncover hidden gems and vintage finds. Whether you’re a seasoned thrifter or a curious newcomer, thrifting requires patience. Set aside ample time to explore the stores, sift through racks, unearth hidden treasures, and check for any damages before you purchase the goods. Thrift here!

Ryan L.

North Road Festival

If you’re seeking a vibrant and enriching experience during the Labour Day weekend, look no further than the North Road Festival. This annual event is a celebration of cultural diversity, uniting the community in a joyous display of traditions, flavours, performances, and togetherness. Set against the backdrop of the City of Lougheed Mall at 9855 Austin Rd, the festival promises a family-friendly atmosphere that’s sure to create lasting memories.

The City of Lougheed

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