Biggest tourist attractions in B.C. in 2020

 

Ranked by number of visits in 2019

Published February 10, 2020. Sources: Interviews with representatives of companies below and BIV research.

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Rank '20 Company Top local executive(s) Expansion plans Year founded Cost of admission (adult) No. of visitors '19/'18

1

Grouse Mountain Resorts
6400 Nancy Greene Way, North Vancouver V7R 4K9
P: 604-980-9311 F: 604-984-7234 grousemountain.com

Michael Cameron, president

Planning to replace the Blue Skyride with a new gondola in the next few years; this is a major project that will also include significant base redevelopment

1926

$59

1,300,000/1,300,000

2

Capilano Suspension Bridge Park
3735 Capilano Rd, North Vancouver V7R 4J1
P: 604-985-7474 F: 604-985-7479 capbridge.com

Nancy Stibbard, owner and CEO

NP

1889

$54

1,210,000/1,250,000

3

Richmond Olympic Oval
6111 River Rd, Richmond V7C 0A2
P: 778-296-1400 F: NP richmondoval.ca

George Duncan, CEO

A new climbing wall will launch March 1, 2020. The new wall is taller (15 metres) and will have Metro Vancouver's only speed wall, making it suitable for international-level athletes to train on

2008

$20

1,100,000/1,080,000

4

Science World British Columbia
1455 Quebec St, Vancouver V6A 3Z7
P: 604-443-7440 F: 604-443-7430 scienceworld.ca

Janet Wood, interim president and CEO

NP

1989

$27

1,009,583/1,056,982

5

The Butchart Gardens
800 Benvenuto Ave, Victoria V8M 1J8
P: 250-652-4422 F: 250-652-3883 butchartgardens.com

Dave Cowen, CEO and general manager

NP

1904

$19

1,000,000/1,000,000

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