Things To Do In Ladner

Real-Life Room Escape Experience for Four or Six People at Lockdown Escape (Up to 54% Off)

Lockdown Escape

Richmond

Lockdown Escape challenges guests to sleuth their way out of intricate rooms while discovering the grisly story behind their imprisonment

C$100 C$49

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Exclusive Group Go-Kart Racing for up to 12 People with 15-Minutes of Track Time at Indoor Kart Racing @ TBC (44% Off)

Indoor Kart Racing at TBC

East Richmond

Groups take the wheel of SODI RT8 go-karts & speed around the 1/5-mile track’s 13 turns

C$250 C$139

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Public Ice Skating Admission with Skate Rental for One or Two at Richmond Olympic Oval (Up to 54% Off)

Richmond Olympic Oval

City Centre

Venue that hosted speed skating for the 2010 Vancouver Olympics has been converted into a vast, state-of-the-art fitness and sports facility

C$21.84 C$11

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Round of Golf for Two or Four with Push Cart at Mylora Sidaway Golf Club (50% Off)

Mylora Sidaway Golf Club

East Richmond

Golfers challenge their short game on this par57 course located minutes from downtown Vancouver

C$82 C$41

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One Month of Plus-Size Fit Camp Two or Three Days Per Week at Body Exchange Richmond (Up to 72% Off)

Body Exchange Richmond

Richmond

Over four weeks, plus-size women mix cardio with strength training in interval-style workouts

C$165 C$47

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5 or 10 Drop-in Fitness Classes at True Conditioning (Up to 65% Off)

True Conditioning

Steveston

TRX Suspension Training, Rip Training, High Interval Circuits and Strength and Conditioning workouts along with recovery focused yoga

C$75 C$29

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Up to 64% off Two Hours of Bowling for Up to Six Plus Shoe Rental, Pizza, and Soda

The Zone Bowling Centre - Richmond

Richmond

Two hours of bowling plus shoe rental, pizza, and soda at an award-winning bowling centre

C$128.99 C$45.95

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Above the warm fireplace, a wall of televisions bathes onlookers in the blue glow of four different sports games, eliciting waves of cheers and whoops from an ebullient crowd. In the background, the muted click of billiard balls mixes with animated chatter at the bar to create a merry symphony that lasts late into the night. This is a typical evening at Legends Pub & Restaurant, which fosters a laid-back, welcoming atmosphere for families and sports fans alike.

Legends hosts a variety of activities and events throughout the week— game days beckon fans to ogle 20 TVs, and an outdoor patio festooned with hanging flower baskets invites guests to bask in balmy summer breezes. On weekends, live DJs or bands broadcast their sonic creations over an advanced sound system, prompting those in attendance to practice their dance moves with a partner or wig-clad coat rack. The spacious dining room has a separate section reserved for families to nosh on burgers, pizzas, wings, and British pub classics surrounded by burnt orange walls peppered in sports memorabilia.

6511 Buswell St
Richmond,
BC
CA

Richmond Indoor Paintball lets competitive sharpshooters live out intricate battle strategies in 25,000 square feet of barricades, abandoned buildings, and streets made to look like a real town. Open year-round, the facility’s graffiti-splattered walls surround the field, and the beat-up old cars littered about offer cover. Players find only premium rental equipment, paintballs, and all elements of play kept feeling as though they were plucked straight from a video game. The space accommodates up to 60 guests from noon to midnight each day except Tuesday, when the facility closes for cleaning and community art-history lectures. Click here to view a virtual tour.

6631 Westminster Hwy.
Richmond,
BC
CA

In 2006, a small group of women met over a plate of nachos to discuss a dream that they shared: launching Vancouver's first all-women roller derby league. Seven years later, the Terminal City Rollergirls has blossomed into a flat-track institution, with more than 60 active participants, four full teams, and its own training program that teaches aspiring competitors the tricks of the trade. The league's teams— the Riot Girls, the Bad Reputations, the Faster Pussycats, and Public Frenemy—square off in bouts overseen by Terminal City's in-house referees, who call major fouls by putting players in the penalty box and recognize good play by throwing smiley-faced stickers into the crowd.

7551 Minoru Gate
Richmond,
BC
CA

Nimble players send shuttlecocks flying in gravity-defying volleys across Ace Badminton Centre’s 12 courts, guided by a team of highly qualified instructors. The centre’s coaching staff overloads its collective mantle with a wealth of awards and trophies, such as Ximing Yao’s1986 US Open Doubles victory, or Shawn Zhang’s 2010 British Columbia men’s championship title. Trainees and players hone their skills on the courts’ floating-floor system, replete with a triple-layered PVC buffer and high-density foam cushioning for absorbing shock—much safer than floors cushioned by subterranean lava pits. After studying under a professional badminton coach or practicing against a worthy opponent, students can join the ranks of Ace’s trophy-bearing alumni, who sport medals from junior championships at both the provincial and national level.

9151 Van Horne Way
Richmond,
BC
CA

In 1897, the Gulf of Georgia Cannery made history by producing 50,707 cases of canned sockeye salmon?the largest pack by a single cannery in British Columbia. This bumper harvest came about three years after the cannery opened, when it was known as the Monster Cannery along Steveston's cannery row and in the nightmares of the younger canneries. Operational until 1979, today it occupies the same real estate and persists as one of the few historically intact canneries in British Columbia.

Inside, visitors explore the province's fishing history with guided tours, films, and interactive exhibits, including the Canning Line, one of the site's permanent attractions. Here, guests can experience what it was like to work on a 1930s-era canning line. A hard day's work on the line can wind down at the gift shop, which is stocked with cannery-themed apparel, toys, and gifts.

12138 Fourth Avenue
Richmond,
BC
CA

Rows of sleek, black SODI RT8 go-karts vibrate at the start of Indoor Kart Racing @ TBC's 1/5-mile track. Drivers hover 2 inches above the ground, anxiously awaiting the moment they can slam down the gas pedal and accelerate their vehicle capable of reaching speeds of up to 75 km/h. Everyday from 10 a.m. until midnight, an adrenalin-fuelled parade of karts hugs the course?s 13-turns as drivers 11 and older flex their navigational muscles and best their times using a high-tech digital timing system. In between laps, video games and air hockey occupy fingers itching for the steering wheel. The family-friendly environment, kept fume-free via the karts? clean air exhaust systems, hosts solo riders, as well as groups that can rent out the full service banquet meeting room to celebrate a birthday, Christmas party, corporate event, or just a fun afternoon with friends.

2100 Viceroy Pl.
Richmond,
BC
CA