Scares for the whole family! Fangtastic Halloween October 29 from 10–4pm Come to the Fraser River Discovery Centre with the whole…
Don’t have weekend plans? Don’t worry! There’s so much going on in New West this weekend, we’ve got you covered. Make…
Come in costume this Halloween for a FREE self-guided event for the whole family to enjoy and receive a special trick-or-treat! Activities including: – Test your skills in this fun and eerie Jack-o’-Lantern memory game – Put this bone-chilling Skeleton puzzle together to form a fish – Strike a pose in our spooky Hallowe’en photo […]... MORE INFO
|Start||October 29 @ 10:00 AM|
|End||October 29 @ 4:00 PM|
|Venue:||Fraser River Discovery Centre|
Climb aboard the Samson V ghost ship for Fraser River Frights. Join the crew for an afternoon of ghost stories and spooky nautical crafts and embark on an eerie scavenger hunt. Discover all the mysteries aboard! Samson V Saturday, 1:00 – 3:00 pm October 29 Drop-in Fee: By Donation Contact Information Contact Name: […]... MORE INFO
|Start||October 29 @ 1:00 PM|
|End||October 29 @ 3:00 PM|
Tourism New Westminster invites you to to explore its historical streets with a modern twist and enriched culture.
Whether you’re looking for great eats, fantastic shopping, fun parks and activities, celebratory festivals, or some relaxing time at the spa, this website is designed to help you
find it… and discover the best of New West!
New Westminster is vibrant all year round. The sizzling summer season brings festivals and events such as the weeklong Hyack Festival, Key West Ford Show and Shine, Columbia StrEAT Food Truck Fest, 22nd Street Festival, Uptown Live, and the list goes on! Enjoy walks along the boardwalk at the Quay and spend your hot days relaxing at New Westminster’s beautiful parks and restaurant patios.
As autumn approaches, activities move indoors, but the fun remains. Friends and families huddle around dinner at New Westminster’s finest restaurants and pubs. All the while, the arts community takes center stage as locals, and visitors across the Lower Mainland flock to indulge in art, music and theatre.