Ready for a dose of holiday cheer? Rose Park in Squamish is set to transform into the ultimate winter wonderland this year, as part of a new winter event called “Squamish at Dusk,” which is equal parts winter experience, festival of lights, and art exhibition.

Guests can expect to enter a magical tunnel of lights, surrounded by glowing trees and a deep, sparkling grotto. There will also be a mesmerizing ‘under-the-water-themed installation, which promises to be immersive.

According to organizers, the experience will take approximately 30 to 45 minutes to complete, though visitors can warm up at the Adventure Centre with hot drinks and fire pits for as long as they’d like.

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Squamish At Dusk
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Tickets & info

The magical experience is set to illuminate the skies and forest on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights from November 23rd to December 10th. So if you’re in the area and looking for something festive to do, it’s definitely worth it to check it out.

Visits from Santa will take place on Friday nights from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Adventure Centre, costing $10 per family to take photos with Santa with their own phones.

Tickets are priced between $10 and $15 per adult, depending on which night of the week you go. Children’s ticket prices range from $7 to $10, and those aged three and below get in for free.

And that’s a wrap, for now, BC. Time to enjoy all things light and art this winter!

Squamish At Dusk 

When: Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights from November 23rd to December 10th
Where: 38550 Loggers Lane, Squamish
Cost: $10-$15 per adult, $7 to $10 per child