British Columbia Travel Guide
The unofficial BC Travel & Tourism Guide

Visitors can elect to do just about anything in this perfectly pictured community which demonstrates the balance and harmony between urban populations and enjoying the abundant natural playgrounds offered to those who choose to live and visit the west coast of British Columbia.

The population is the third largest in the province yet the community strongly supports living and playing outdoors. Burnaby also recognizes the value in the local arts. This satisfies a world of interests, which are all waiting to be explored. The art galleries and cultural centers are facilities that house a variety of stage performances and exhibits.

The back drop to the city, the Burnaby Mountain and all the parks lend themselves to family picnics, bicycle trails, ocean marinas, sandy beaches, golf courses and botanical gardens. The city is one of the first in British Columbia to introduce the European traditional art; eco sculptures a form of topiary that is showcased around Burnaby for everyone to enjoy.

Population: 197,292

Shadbolt Centre for the Arts
The Burnaby Art Gallery in Deer Lake Park
The Burnaby Village Museum & Carousel
Japanese sculptures "The Playground of the Gods"
Barnet Marine Park
Burnaby Mountain Conservation Area
Burnaby Fraser Foreshore Park
Burnaby Lake Regional Nature Park
Central Park
Robert Burnaby Park
Confederation Park
Dining In The Park
Water slides

Summer average 18 degrees Celsius
Winter average 5 degree Celsius


Burnaby Accommodations

Burnaby Things to Do