Best Things to Do for Free in Vancouver Part 2 by Locksmith Services V6N 1W8 | (604) 484-9514

15)Visit Olympic Village.

One of the newer neighborhoods in Vancouver, Olympic Village housed a large number of athletes for the 2010 Olympics. Take a stroll around the site, grab a snack, and just take in the sensation of the area.

16) Don’t miss out on the Richmond Night Market.

It’s only free for those under 13 and those over 60, but the $2.75 charge for everyone else is worth it to experience the amazing Chinese food and culture that can be seen on display.

17) Go on and play a round of disc golf at Queen Elizabeth Park.

It doesn’t matter if you’re good at it or not, the fact that it’s fun and can be a group event is worth the effort. Even if disc golf isn’t your thing, you can always pick up a tennis racket and enjoy a few rounds at the nearby tennis courts.

18) Don’t forget about the Capilano Salmon Hatchery.

Even if you’re not that into fish, the sheer majesty of this place is enough to at least remind you of just how important nature is and what it means to keep things balanced.

19) Walk around Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Park.

Just take a leisurely walk and enjoy the Chinese gardens that are on full display for your viewing pleasure.

20) Vancouver does have free museums.

If you want to learn without the exorbitant cost, then these experiences would be perfect for you.

21) Relax at Lonsdale Quay.

Sit, relax, and enjoy a calm moment from the everyday hustle and bustle of life.

22) Take a stroll around Lynn Canyon.

Take a nice, relaxing hike and take note of the impressive views to be seen from the Lynn Canyon Suspension Bridge.

23) Head to the beach.

If you’re feeling particularly adventurous head on over to Wreck Beach, Vancouver’s premier nude beach.

24) Sit and watch the ships go by at Dundarave Pier.

This is one of the absolute best spots to take in the entirety of the city and to just sit and relax.

25) Take a tour of the Olympic sites throughout Vancouver.

If you’re a future Olympian in the making or simply want to walk in their footsteps, it will no doubt be a pleasure to wander to locations such as the Olympic Cauldron and Vancouver Convention Center.

Conclusion

There is plenty to do in Vancouver when funds are low, as the city offers a plentiful amount of aesthetically-pleasing sites that can calm the mind and stimulate the imagination. You don’t need a full wallet to have fun, and Vancouver is eager to prove it.

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