1. Fort Vancouver Living History Site

For a chance to learn and play, bring the kids to the Fort Vancouver National Historic Site to see history come to life. You’ll get a chance to explore a living history reenactment of the pioneer days, including watching a blacksmith working at a real forge, see a cooking demonstration using 1840s methods, walk through the Fort Vancouver Village, and learn about the fur trade. Admission to the fort is just $10 per person, and those 15 years of age and younger are free!

  1. Pearson Air Museum

Also located within the Fort Vancouver National Historic Site is the Pearson Air Museum, which educates visitors about the history of aviation at Pearson Air Field from its time as both a military and civilian airfield. Visitors get an up-close look at real airplanes from the early 20th century and beyond. Best of all, admission and parking at the Pearson Air Museum are completely free!

  1. Sky Zone Trampoline Park

Far more than just trampolines, Sky Zone is a great place to take active kiddos with energy to burn. Featuring a massive Ninja Warrior obstacle course, Tug of War games, dodgeball, trampoline basketball, and huge trampoline courts, it’s impossible to get bored. For littler ones who aren’t quite ready for all the action, there’s even a dedicated toddler soft play space where smaller family members can safely run, jump, and play. Tickets for freestyle jump vary from $15.99 to $26.99 depending on packages, with discounts available for younger children. Visitors can also purchase memberships or multi-day passes for a discount.

  1. Bi-Zi Farms

If you’re visiting Vancouver in the autumn, don’t miss out on stopping by Bi-Zi Farms for a visit to the pumpkin patch. Families will get a chance to go on a hayride, take a trip through the corn maze, see farm animals, and participate in all kinds of farm fun demonstrations and activities. A pumpkin is even included in the price of your admission!

  1. Big Al’s Family Entertainment Center

For a night out on the town with family, Big Al’s Entertainment Center is the place to go. With bowling and a full arcade, there are tons for kids and parents alike to do. And with the full restaurant and full bar, you can bring the family for dinner while you play and get a round in for mom and dad. Arcade games are pay-per-game with various packages available, while bowling starts at just $5 per game.

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