If you missed Canyon Lights and are feeling a little bummed about it, then we’ve got great news for you! Today, Capilano Suspension Bridge announced a new experience, Love Lights, that will run practically all of next month. It’s the perfect option not just for Valentine’s Day, but Palentine’s Day, or even Alonetine’s Day (because after all, what’s more important than loving yourself!).
Kicking off on February 4th, Love Lights will see the park transformed with lighted attractions once more! But, since they recently swapped out to LEDs, that means the park can feature more Valentine’s Day themed colours. Think pinks, reds and whites instead of the usual rainbow display.
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What’s more, from February 10th to 14th, the Park will be hosting special Valentine’s Day experiences and events. During that time, you’ll be able to enjoy things like live music, interactive games, and a special menu at the Cliff House Restaurant in addition to the already stunning surroundings.
Tickets are already on sale, and as always, visits are free for those with a BC Residents Annual Pass! With Valentine’s Day coming around the corner, we suggest you find the time to visit sooner rather than later. And more importantly, enjoy this brand new option at one of Vancouver’s most iconic attractions!
Love Lights at Capilano Suspension Bridge
When: February 4th to 28th
Where: 3735 Capilano Road, North Vancouver
Cost: $54.95 (same price as an annual pass)
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