ATTRACTIONS & THINGS TO DO IN SURREY, BC
There are plenty of places to visit, events to attend, and things to do in Surrey, BC. From unique places to eat, Surrey Canada Day festivities and festivals like the Vaisakhi Parade, Fort Langley Cranberry Festival and Surrey Festivalof Dance to the Shops at Morgan Crossing and nearby downtown Vancouver attractions - there is something for everyone to enjoy.
The Ramada Langley Surrey Hotel is close to everything, whether you are travelling to Surrey for business or leisure purposes. When it comes to convenient hotels near Vancouver, we are a top choice for a comfortable stay and good night's rest. Visit some of our top attractions, festivals and places to visit below for more information on what to see and do in the Surrey, BC area.
LOCAL TOURIST ATTRACTIONS
Open every Sunday, 6 a.m. to 3 p.m., this market is located in the Cloverdale Fairgrounds and is the perfect place to spend the day checking out crafts, handmade jewelry, fresh produce, household items, clothing, plants, flowers and more.
Known for its retail corridors that run along 152 Street and 104 Avenue, this town centre has everything from top clothing and jewelry shops to restaurants and brand name shoe stores.
With 75 shops and services available, including a pharmacy and grocery store, this shopping centre has it all. It's a perfect spot for spending the day window shopping or finding something you really need!
Take the whole family and join in the fun by celebrating Earth Day in Surrey this year. Attend Party for the Planet at the Surrey Civic Plaza in the spring and enjoy attractions like Adventure Zone, Enviro-Bungee, Tree and Plant Sales and more!
Attend one of the biggest festivals of the year! Held in Holland Park in July, the Surrey Fusion Festival brings everyone together for two days filled with food, culture, music and so much more.
Welcome to the unique and enchanting City of White Rock in British Columbia, Canada. This seaside community is clustered around an eight-kilometre sandy beach and the warm shallow waters of Semiahmoo Bay, and it's flanked on the south by the Canada/United States border and Blaine, Washington.
White Rock Beach is famous for its 1,500 foot-long pier, its 2.5-kilometre long beach promenade and its large white rock, which weighs in at 486 tons and is a glacial deposit from the coastal range.
It's easy to see why the seawall is Stanley Park's most famous feature. It's an impressive 8.8-kilometre (5.5-mile) paved route that loops around the park and, along with adjoining seaside pathways, connects the park to downtown Vancouver, and skirts its entire inner waterfront.
Created in 1917 with the goal of staving off erosion, the Seawall took 60 years to complete. Today, it is the park's most popular walking, jogging, biking, and rollerblading path and, because of its relatively flat terrain, it's a wonderful route for all ages and abilities.
The LEC is a multi-use facility, which includes an Arena Bowl, 3 FIBA regulation-size courts, the largest gymnastics centre in Western Canada, the Willoughby Community Centre, a banquet hall, and flexible meeting spaces. With over 1300 free parking spaces the Langley Events Centre is a great place to host and attend events!
Chaberton Estate Wineries was established as one of BC's earliest estate wineries and has grown over the years to become the 4th largest estate winery in British Columbia. Their European-style tasting room is delightful and intriguing. Wine tours are available. For tasting and tour inquiries please call 604-530-1736.
Granville Island is a magical place and a must-see attraction for any visitor to Vancouver. It is considered to be part of downtown Vancouver, along with areas such as Gastown, Chinatown, West End, Stanley Park, Canada Place, and Robson Street. All are within a mile of the corners of Georgia and Granville Streets, the centre of the downtown core of Vancouver.
Explore science and technology in its many amazing forms. See unique exhibits, participate in interactive displays, and listen to educational shows. Science World British Columbia is a non-profit organization that engages the public in science and inspires future science and technology leadership in our province.
Millions of visitors have crossed this famous bridge since it's opening in 1889. It is a perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of the city. See beautiful gardens that surround the time-worn BC First Nations totem poles, stroll across the 140-metre-long bridge to the tranquility of a West Coast cedar-scented rainforest, walk the Cliff Walk and more.
Enjoy championship golf and lush greens at the Newlands Golf & Country Club this year. With tall pine trees and the stately Golden Ears Mountains as a backdrop, Newlands is a truly picturesque setting. Since 1961, Newlands has provided a first-class sports and social experience for your enjoyment. The friendly staff proudly invites you to enjoy these activities and beautiful surroundings. Newlands has also been a popular venue for weddings and banquets over the years.
Fraser Downs Raceway brought modern day harness racing to BC in 1976. In 1996 $3 Million in improvements celebrated this 20 year tradition that is still going strong today. Live racing is held from September to May every year. And don't forget, while you're there you can enjoy some slots, table games, the Clubhouse Buffet Restaurant and more!