A Season of Old-fashioned Fun and Spectacular Light Displays
Stroll through the streets of the Village to see wreaths, cedar swags and vintage-themed displays will. At the bandstand, visitors can create their own magical holiday show with lights that change colours to sound.
Special entertainment is scheduled throughout the season including theatre performances, community choirs, street characters and musicians. Many family-favourite activities are back including a craft for children, baking in the Farmhouse and, of course, visits with Father Christmas.
November 24 - December 14, 2018
Monday to Friday, 1-5:30pm
Saturday and Sunday, 1-9pm
Free gate admission,
Carousel rides $2.65 each
December 15 - January 4, 2019
(closed December 24 & 25)
Bright in Burnaby
Saturday December 1, 2018, 4-9pm
Join us for an evening in support of the Burnaby Christmas Bureau. Ceremonies include a Tree Lighting Ceremony and light refreshments at 6pm. Proceeds from carousel tickets purchased between 4-9pm will be donated to the Bureau.
Many, many thanks to all who came out last year, especially those who purchased carousel tickets! In 2017, the revenue from carousel tickets was $2,199.96. Concord Pacific matched this amount making the total donation to the Burnaby Christmas Bureau almost $4,400!
2018 Entertainment and ActivitiesVisit with Father Christmas
Stay tuned for information on:
Brookfield Hall Performances
Children's Christmas Craft
Father Christmas hours
A great way to see the entire site is to take on the challenge of our Twelve Days of Christmas* scavenger hunt – the clues are the words to the song and the answers are sure to surprise and delight. Free scavenger hunt cards are available at the gates and at the Ice Cream Parlour.
*The Twelve Days of Christmas is an English Christmas carol that names a series of increasingly grand gifts given each day between Christmas Day and the day before Epiphany (January 6th).
6501 Deer Lake Ave