With Christmas at Canada Place – the historic Woodward’s windows, the Avenue of Christmas Trees (look for the DVBIA tree!), arts & crafts, Rudolph’s Theatre and more – and Flyover Canada with Santa running November 24 through January 2, the downtown waterfront was already a central location for family holiday fun.
Now, after six years at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre Plaza, the Vancouver Christmas Market is moving to Jack Poole Plaza by the Olympic cauldron. It’s bigger and running longer. So, more room for drinking Gluhwien, family entertainment and German-inspired festivities and no excuse for not buying that perfect craft gift.
Read more in the Christmas Downtown Vancouver guide.