Three Day Itinerary
Estimated Time: 72 Hours
Planning on heading to Burnaby for the weekend or a few days during the week.
We want you to enjoy your stay in Burnaby to the fullest, so we have created a three-day itinerary, taking in the most important sights in the city.
Culture, the outdoors, shopping and food - we've got it all!
Burnaby Central Railway
You are in for a treat as the mini train at Confederation Park chugs its way around the scenic little track.
For more info and opening hours visit https://bcsme.org/
Audrey Moments Afternoon Tea & Café
Audrey Moments Afternoon Tea & Café is a charming little spot for some insta-worthy shots.
They have 3 different kinds of afternoon tea: Rose Memories, Audrey Moment and Delectable Savouries.
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. We encourage you to check opening and closing hours at metropolisatmetrotown.com
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.
For a full menu and open hours visit glenburnsoda.com
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.
The Crystal Mall
Take a trip to Crystal Mall in Metrotown for a real authentic Asian shopping mall experience. The hawker centre like food court is worth a visit on its own (tip: most stalls are cash only!).
Mon Paris Patisserie
This Parisian-inspired café located just across from Metrotown Station in Burnaby. The displays are full of exquisite pastries, chocolates and desserts, what more could you ask for!
You must try the macarons!
Explore The Heights
The Heights is one of the best kept secrets in the Lower Mainland – from used book and record stores to unique one of a kind boutiques – you’re bound to be rewarded with a great memento. Of course, we cannot forget the world of culinary delights that the Heights presents as you stroll along Hastings St.
Crafted in the Belgian Tradition. Brewed in British Columbia. Dageraad Brewing is a small-batch artisan brewery bringing their love of Belgian beer culture to Burnaby.
Be sure to check out their patio!
Burnaby Artisan Farmers Market
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? Perfect way to spend your morning.
Saturdays from 10am – 2pm
For more info visit https://www.artisanmarkets.ca/
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.
Please note advance reservation is required. More info: http://ow.ly/AldS50AwZvT
Time & Place
Check out Burnaby’s newest addition, Time & Place, for a modern Pacific Northwest meal at Hilton Vancouver Metrotown. Menu highlights include: Grilled Kuterra Salmon Bowl, Hand Made Pizza and West Coast Cioppino.
Burnaby Mountain has something for everyone. From here, you will get to catch hold of some breathtaking views of North Vancouver as well as Vancouver. You can check out a series of sculptures called Playground of the Gods which sits atop Burnaby Mountain or maybe set off on a leisurely stroll.