Wondering what to do in and around Burnaby this weekend? Here are our top picks…
This beautiful 21.1K & 7 Mile course circles Burnaby lake, giving you the opportunity to enjoy fresh air, exercise and more chances to view birds and animals in this wilderness environment. Join other walkers & runners on this scenic course throughout the trails of Burnaby Lake.
📍 Burnaby Lake Clubhouse 📅 Saturday 14 March ⌚️ 9.00AM
Get ready for Spring Break at Burnaby Village Museum. They’re throwing the gates open for 12 fun days! Adventurers will experience some of the daily routines and tasks of the 1920s as well as activities, crafts and puzzles. Plus enjoy a carousel ride! Available for purchase at the gates.
📍 Burnaby Village Museum 📅 16 – 27 March ⌚️ 11.00AM – 4.30PM
Get involved in Between the Bridges Festival running throughout the month of March! Between the Bridges is a month-long arts, culture and dining festival taking place throughout March. Destinations, venues and restaurants from Burnaby, Coquitlam, New Westminster, Port Coquitlam and Port Moody are featured.
📍 Various Locations 📅 Throughout March ⌚️ Various Times
Burnaby Lake is one of the best places in the Lower Mainland for Migratory birds. From Northern Pintails, Buffleheads, Mallards, Gadwall, Green-Winged Teals to Bald Eagles, Yellow-Headed Blackbirds and Barred owls. Although we are near the tail end of the migratory season, there is still a lot to see.
📍 Burnaby Lake Park 📅 Saturday, 14 March ⌚️ 10.00AM
Visit Genevieve Robertson: Looking Through a Hole in the Earth @ Burnaby Art Gallery this March. Contemporary drawings composed with bitumen and seawater; forest-derived charcoal and graphite; and blue-green algae and calcium carbonate. Definitely something different.
📍 Burnaby Art Gallery 📅 Saturday 14 – Sunday 15 March ⌚️ 12.00PM – 5.00PM
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+ About Tourism Burnaby
Tourism Burnaby, a non-profit destination management organization, plays a pivotal role in showcasing the vibrant city of Burnaby as a premier destination for visitors worldwide. Established on October 25, 2004, under the Society Act of British Columbia, our mission is to illuminate the diverse and authentic travel experiences that Burnaby offers. We are dedicated to promoting the city not just as a place to visit, but also as a community to meet, learn, live, and play.
Our vision positions Burnaby at the heart of Metro Vancouver, celebrated for its diverse array of outstanding travel opportunities and exceptional hosting capabilities. We focus on enhancing the city’s reputation as a year-round destination, maximizing the value from our tourism amenities, and leaving a lasting, positive impact on our community and beyond. At Tourism Burnaby, we are committed to driving sustainable tourism growth that benefits both visitors and residents alike, ensuring that Burnaby continues to thrive as a dynamic and welcoming destination.
Chair Chris Browne, Accents Inn Burnaby
Doug Spindler, Assistant Director – Treasury Services, City of Burnaby
Paul Gallop, General Manager, Element Vancouver Metrotown (Past Chair)
Councillor James Wang – City of Burnaby
Mark McLaughlin, Chief Commercial Services Officer, Simon Fraser University
Larry Hayes, Burnaby Minor Hockey
Lara Graham, Burnaby Board of Trade Representative
Ellen Barbour, GM of Earl’s Restaurants
Nelia Santos, Director of Guest Experience at Shape Properties (The Amazing Brentwood)
Lara Johnson, VP – Marketing & Communications at BCIT
Scott de Savoye, General Manager of Hilton Vancouver Metrotown