Greater Vancouver and Lower Mainland Attractions in Nearby Cities: Delta

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Here are the most popular attractions in Delta ( other nearby attractions):

Bear Creek Park Train
Bear Creek Park
Surrey, Eddy the Engine and Chough the steam locomotive operate on a 15 inch narrow gauge track.

Britannia Heritage Shipyard Museum
At the foot of Railway Avenue, Steveston. Take Highway #99 to Steveston Highway and head west to the Village.
Displays about the Steveston ship building and fishing.

Burns Bog Conservation Society
202 11961 88th Ave, Delta
(604) 572-0373
Burns Bog is a raised dome peat bog slated for development, a unique ecosystem amongst the mountains, forests and cities at the mouth of the world's greatest salmon river, the Fraser

Deas Island Bridge Deas Island Regional Park

Northeast of Hwy 99 at Hwy 17 (Ladner)
On the Fraser River, east of Massey Tunnel
(604) 432-6350
This 70 hectare park is on the south bank of the Fraser River, with sand dunes, marshes, and nature trails. The park offers a large picnic area (with shelter), nature trails, bar fishing, canoe launching and sheltered Deas Slough for waterskiing and rowing. The historic Inverholme Schoolhouse, dating back to 1909, is the park's information centre. Burrvilla is a 1905 Queen Anne-style home furnished with antiques, and offers period items for sale. The park also has a great view of cars disappearing into the George Massey Tunnel under the Fraser River.

Delta Museum & Archives
4858 Delta Street, Ladner
(604) 946-9322
The museum contains a wealth of fine artifacts, photographs and authentic Victorian period settings.

F440 Racing Challenge
4805 Nulelum Way, Tsawwassen
(604) 948-2940
Enjoy adreneline pumping race track action inside a Formula race car on a professionally designed one-kilometre road course.

George C. Reifel Bird Sanctuary
5191 Robertson Road
(604) 946-6980
This is a 850-acre sanctuary on Delta's Westham Island, only 10 kilometres west of Ladner. It is a major resting place for thousands of migratory birds on their way south to warmer places in fall and their way back in spring. The Sanctuary features three kilometres of hiking trails and a nature house. More than 240 species, with over 1.5 million birds pass through here annually. Thousands just stopping to rest and feed, others to spend the winter, and some species make this their year-round home. The Sanctuary is operated by the B.C. Waterfowl Society, a non-government, self-supporting non-profit organization.

Ladner Village Market
48th Avenue, Ladner Village
(604) 946-7820
Every Sunday from June 1 through August 31.

Ladner's Landing
A series of self guided walking tours - Ladner's Landing..., Beyond Ladner 's Landing, Across the Bridge..., Port Guichon.

Reifel Migratory Bird Sanctuary
Located in Ladner.
Managed by the B.C. Waterfowl Society, it is an important resting point for many species on their annual migrations north and south.

SplashDown Park
4799 Nu Lelum Way (Delta)
(604) 943-2251
This 13-slide 10-acre fun spot is Vancouver 's only waterpark. In addition to the slides, the park features hot tubs, picnic areas, beach volleyball and basketball. The park is only minutes from the Tsawwassen Ferry Terminal

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