Things to do in Whistler

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While the diehards are probably going to spend most of their time on the slopes, there are plenty of other things to do in Whistler. From art galleri... Read More

While the diehards are probably going to spend most of their time on the slopes, there are plenty of other things to do in Whistler. From art galleries and children’s museums to golf and fishing, there’s something to entertain all ages. At Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre, visitors can make a cedar bark bracelet or a buckskin medicine bag; the Whistler Olympic Park offers lessons and equipment for Nordic skiing, ice skating, baseboarding, and ski jumping; and the village itself provides the best setting for a relaxing walk along the cobblestoned streets.

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  • Audain Art Museum

    The Audain Art Museum opened in 2016 and houses pieces by artists like Emily Carr and Edward J. Hughes, as well as British Columbia art, 19th century... Read More

  • Coca-Cola Tube Park

    You don’t have to know how to ski or snowboard to enjoy the mountain. The Coca-Cola Tube Park is located on Blackcomb Mountain, and offers seven tube... Read More

  • Fire & Ice Show

    Head to the Skier’s Plaza on any Sunday between December and March to witness the the Fire and Ice Show at 8 p.m. Whistler Blackcomb Snow School's pros,... Read More

  • Nicklaus North

    Designed by "The Golden Bear," Jack Nicklaus, who won 18 career majors, the Nicklaus North golf course is one of the best golf courses in North America.... Read More

  • Pemberton Fish Finder Tour

    There are many outfitters like Whistler Eco Tours and River of Golden Dreams offering fishing tours around town, but Pemberton Fish Finder has teamed up... Read More

  • Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre

    The Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre honors the Squamish and Lil’wat Nations. It’s an award-winning museum designed with to incorporate the look of a... Read More

  • Whistler Olympic Park

    Rent equipment and experience a variety of winter sports like Nordic skiing, ice skating, tobogganing, snowshoeing, and ski jumping at the site of the... Read More

  • Ziptrek Sasquatch Tour

    The Sasquatch is one of the longest, highest, and fastest ziplines in North America. Founders Charles Steele and David Udow were the first to introduce... Read More

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