WANT to get in the spirit around your own city?
For the first time, the Vancouver Christmas Passport has been created and provides details about Vancouver's favourite holiday attractions including VanDusen Botanical Garden's Festival of Lights, Bloedel Conservatory's Jewel Box of Lights in Queen Elizabeth Park, Bright Lights in Stanley Park, the Vancouver Christmas Market, and more than 35 other attractions, museums, galleries, theatre, comedy, and restaurant options in Metro Vancouver.
As well as stories and information, the 160page guide book includes a Lower Mainland Christmas light display listing, Christmas calendar of events and more than $1,000 in attraction savings, valid through April 2012.
The book retails for $22; it includes one free adult admission to VanDusen Garden if purchased there ($13.50 value), a family admission for two adults and two children ($15 value) at Bloedel Conservatory in Queen Elizabeth Park if purchased there, or an allaccess season's pass to the Vancouver Christmas Market (one adult, two children; $15 value) if bought at the market. Info at www.citypassports. com.