Spring Break at the Burnaby Village Museum is going to be running from March 15th 2021 to March 26 2021 and the approximate running time for this event is about 1 hour. This is a family-friendly venue to plan a trip with the kids, it is also educational and fund.
The Burnaby Village Museum is a popular tourist attraction in the lower mainland and this March it is going to be offering the Spring Break at the Burnaby Village Museum event. If you make a visit to the village then you could see historical exhibits, and experience a historic farmhouse family home, chat with museum staff, and make a trip to the general store to see what popular purchases would’ve been like in the 1920s.
The Burnaby Village Museum is a wonderful place for families and others to visit in Spring and Summer, it also sees students, friend groups, and other individuals who are looking for a change of pace. The Burnaby Village Museum is a top tourist destination and offers a unique outing to plan for your day, one that is educational and family-friendly.
The Burnaby Village Museum Spring Break event is coming up soon and runs from 11:00 AM to 4:30 PM.
Right now because of COVID-19 their famous carousel and gift shop are closed, but when they’re open they are two of the most attractive reasons to visit the Burnaby Museum Village in the first place.
Though there aren’t likely to be many tourists in the Vancouver region right now because the border with the U.S. is still closed for non-essential travel and there are decreased flights and other COVID-19 restrictions etc, this event is still already going to be a popular one.
People have been at home all year and had to give up their plans last spring and summer, many are already booking flights, hotels, and making other travel plans for later this year. For many that will mean making a visit to the Burnaby Village Museum for this upcoming spring event.
They’ve noted on their site that the Burnaby Village Museum Spring Break is already sold out. But there are going to be other events to catch around Vancouver, Burnaby, and even at the Burnaby Village Museum itself.