Things To Do In Richmond


One Immersive Puzzle-Solving Experience or a One-Month Unlimited Pass at Freeing Canada Station (Up to 65% Off)

Freeing Canada Station

Richmond

Groups work together to solve puzzles as they escape from a mysterious asylum, travel through time, or defuse bombs in a supervillain’s lair

C$176 C$62

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90-Minute Real-Life Room-Escape Experience for Four or Eight at Escape Key (Up to 58% Off)

Escape Key

City Centre

During 60 minutes of game play, groups solve puzzles and work through clues to escape from room

C$152 C$69

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Four Private Beginner Piano Lessons or Introductory Music Theory Lessons at Cadenza Music (Half Off)

Cadenza Music

Richmond

Experienced musicians teach first-time pianists proper arm use and basic scales; music theory pupils explore music's structures and forms

C$76 C$38

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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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Class for 1, 2, 4, or Up to 10 with T-shirts at West Coast Flying Trapeze (Up to 59% Off)

West Coast Flying Trapeze

West Coast Flying Trapeze

Students will complete ground training and fly in the trapeze before attempting a catch

C$95 C$44

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Paintball Package for 2, or 4 with Gear and Paintballs at Richmond Indoor Paintball (Up to 56% Off)

Richmond Indoor Paintball

City Centre

An indoor field littered with abandoned cars and barricades; 100 paintballs per person

C$90 C$43

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Two Hours of Electronic Darts, Pool, or Snooker with Sodas for Two or Four at E-Spot (Up to 71% Off)

E-Spot

E-Spot

Darts or billiards games on 26 mahogany tables inside an 18,000 sq. ft. facility that also features a high-speed Internet gaming area

C$34 C$12

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$10 for 10 Personalized Holiday Cards at The UPS Store ($30 Value)

The UPS Store

Ironwood Location

Holiday cards with personalized images are made the same or next day

C$30 C$10

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Five Semi-Private Lessons for One or Two Students from Marina's Swim School (Up to 63% Off)

Marina's Swim School

Marina's Swim School

Students of all ages master swimming techniques and learn safe swimming practices with semi-private lessons

C$200 C$75

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  • Richmond Indoor Paintball
    Richmond Indoor Paintball (Best of Groupon 2011, 2012, 2013, and 2014) 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.
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    6631 Westminster Hwy.
    Richmond, BC CA
  • Play Like a Golf Pro
    A member on the PGA Tour Canada since 1998, Matt Daniel calls upon the experience gleaned from 14 years spent competing against some of the world’s best golfers to help fellow players improve their game. Daniel’s professional portfolio includes playing in a PGA Tour tournament and winning the Canadian Tour’s TELUS Edmonton Open in 2002 with a score of 21-under par, after which his scorecard burst into flames. Matt imparts his pin-hunting prowess in lessons that focus on the mental, physical, and technical elements of the game. In addition, he joins students on the course for playing lessons that present the unique challenges and game-management strategies encountered in rounds, such as how to hit out of a bad lie or manipulate other groups into letting you pilot their cart into a pond.
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    7388 Number 6 Road
    Richmond, BC CA
  • Terminal City Rollergirls
    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.
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    7551 Minoru Gate
    Richmond, BC CA
  • Callaway Golf Fitting & Learning Centre
    Callaway Golf Learning & Fitting Centre deploys a battery of digital tools and human instructors to improve individual golf games at the moment of impact between ball and club. In order for CPGA fitting professionals to accurately size up current performance, tee thwackers lace up in platform cleats and caddy their own drivers and 6-irons to each 45-minute consultation. Clients gain fairway wisdom and absolution for training squirrels to steal rival balls from Callaway Golf Canada's all-seeing Callaway Performance Analysis System, which aids amateurs with the same technology that serves PGA pros. This fully automated device measures angles, spin, and speed, and tracks the flight trajectory of orbs to determine the optimal club and luckiest cloud formation for each player. A sleeve of Callaway golf balls, a booklet featuring frame-by-frame photos of the swing, and online access to a video record of the session provide proof of skill potential and specs for ordering custom clubs.
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    13480 Crestwood Place
    Richmond, BC CA
  • Fly without Fear
    The seasoned instructors at Fly Without Fear aim to prove that flying is one of the safest ways to travel, ridding passengers of airborne anxiety through in-depth seminars and practical simulations. In each class, instructors review the basics of airplane technology, from the inner workings of jet engines to the physics of wing flaps, rudders, and ailerons. After explaining the effects of inclement weather and turbulence, they demystify the process of a professional pilot’s training, which includes flight simulators and medical testing to determine whether they’re eligible to have wings grafted directly onto their backs. Within a capsule modelled after a Boeing 737 Next Generation cockpit, students take the helm of a virtual aircraft themselves, manoeuvring it through starting procedures, takeoff, cruising, and landing.
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    4360 Agar Drive
    Richmond, BC CA
  • Cartwheels Inc
    Cartwheels Inc. Giggling children tumble into pits filled with foam cubes, bounce on trampolines, swing on ropes, or roll around mats shape like doughnuts and cheese wedges. Across the room, older kids twirl, flip, and pace on Olympic-grade bars and balance beams. When designing Cartwheels Inc., founders Katherine Campbell and Lisa Lacamell wanted to provide a space for recreational gymnastics and cheerleading training as well as a place for children to have fun. They employed expertise from a lifetime of gymnastics training, with each serving as the national course conductor for Gymnastics Canada and board director for Gymnastics BC. They hold their staff––many of whom come from yoga, dance, and fitness backgrounds, and all of whom have either gymnastics or cheerleading experience––to high standards: each holds at least a level-one NCCP certification, child-safety-focused Respect in Sport certification, and first-aid certification. Cartwheels Inc's instructors coach children as young as 18 months in classes taught to the standards of the National Coaching Certification Program, giving them stylish ways to climb into bunk beds. Beyond tumbling and gymnastics classes, girls also combine gymnastics, dance, and stunting formations to hone cheerleading skills in recreational and competitive all-star cheerleading programs. In the summer, gym staffers lead day camps that combine gymnastics and arts-and-crafts instruction with off-site field trips, allowing children to visit water parks or meet the man who invented water. Recognizing that their gym spaces can also serve as a playground, Katherine and Lisa also organize birthday parties and kids'-night-out events to host hours of unstructured play.
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    12417 No 2 Rd
    Richmond, BC CA
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