Two Day Itinerary
Estimated Time: 48 Hours
Planning a 2 day trip to Burnaby? If you only have 48 hours in Burnaby or less, we have the perfect itinerary.
Our 48-hour guide will help you pack as much as possible into your trip.
We've got where to eat, sleep, drink and explore right here!
National Nikkei Museum
Divulge into the truths and history of the Japanese Canadian culture at the Nikkei National Museum a cultural gem that may not be as well-known as it should be. Quite a unique way to spend your morning.
For a full list of programs and exhibits visit here.
Lunch at 50’s Burgers
This Edmonds Street drive-in has a lot of deliciousness going on menu-wise. $6.99 all-day breakfast and epic old school burgers. Retro decor at it’s finest!
Check out their menu here.
Metropolis at Metrotown
Metropolis at Metrotown hosts new finds and old favourites in a one-stop destination. With nearly 400 stores and services, Metropolis is British Columbia’s largest shopping centre.
Please note that some store hours may vary. Check out the directory here.
Anton’s Pasta Bar
Anton’s is the spot for pasta in Burnaby. Heaping plates of glorious carbs, red sauce, white sauce, clear sauce, you name it, they’ve got it – you certainly won’t be leaving hungry that’s for sure.
For full menu and opening hours visit here.
Barnet Marine Park
Barnet Marine Park is perfect vantage point to watch the sunset over Burrard Inlet, the shallow-sided coastal fjord.
Stay the Night
Looking for a place to rest your head? Look no further than our accommodation options – from four-star luxury hotels to clean-and-comfy motor inns there’s room for everyone.
Burnaby Art Gallery
Burnaby Art Gallery has an interesting curation of art pieces, exhibiting local, regional, national and international artists throughout its galleries. Perfect way to spend the morning.
See their current and upcoming exhibitions here.
Fraser Park Restaurant
Fraser Park Restaurant is a charming and inviting brunch spot that warmly welcomes patrons to savor the pleasures of a homey morning meal. With its doors open from Monday to Saturday, Fraser Park is a haven for those seeking comfort food. Check out their menu here.
Glenburn Soda Fountain
Stepping into Glenburn is like stepping back in time. This retro family owned business specializes in a wide range of ice cream treats including sundaes, milkshakes, and malts. Plenty for you to choose from.
Visit their website for more information.
Discover the beauty of eco-sculptures throughout Burnaby this summer Frogs, bears, owls and horses are just a few of the eco-sculptures you will find displayed throughout the city. Built your own eco-sculpture walking tour.
Saffron Indian Cuisine
Saffron Indian Cuisine serves the authentic Indian dishes you crave when your palette yearns rich curries and heavenly spices. The family owned restaurant offers take out and dine in options.
Voted Burnaby’s best Indian Restaurant 9 years in a row. Check out their menu here.