Privilege pass holders and one guest can explore the exhibits in our Cosmic Courtyard gallery, watch a show in the Planetarium Star Theatre and take in a live science demonstration in the GroundStation Canada theatre. If you come by during our evening programming you can also visit the Observatory. Participants do not need to take part in programming to earn a stamp (details below).
Programming is scheduled by time slot. Online ticketing is not available for those looking to book in advance online, you must check-in at the door. To confirm ticket availability before you visit check out our upcoming events page for upcoming dates or call 604-738-7827.
ARE THERE ANY RESTRICTIONS IN PLACE?
Visit our COVID guidelines for guests before your visit.
Participants must adhere to the Code of Conduct* and are expected to follow the guidelines, rules, regulations and requirements set by participating partners.
Tourism Challenge Code of Conduct:*
1. The Tourism Challenge Passport is for the exclusive use of individuals currently working for the participating attraction’s, hotels or community partner locations. DO NOT pass your Ticket to anyone else.
2. Participants must respect the offers being made by each partner.
3. RESPECT your colleagues. Please treat the front line staff as you would like to be treated, or as your company expects you to treat your guests.
*Note that any participant not adhering to the Code of Conduct will be reported to the Challenge Organizers and may have their passport/privilege pass revoked.
IS THE MUSEUM OF VANCOUVER ALSO PARTICIPATING THIS YEAR?
The Museum of Vancouver will also be participating in this year`s challenge! You can learn more about their offering, current restrictions, and processes by visiting their website.
Learn more about the Tourism Challenge Program and explore a full list of participating attractions, neighbourhoods and hotels here.