Bear Creek Park Train
Surrey, 13750 - 88th Avenue
Eddy the Engine and Chough the steam locomotive operate on a 15 inch narrow gauge track. Travel the woods of Bear Creek Park, into the magical tunnel, onto the forest of giant cottonwood trees, ending up at the station and gift shop. Open daily from 10 am, year around.
Canadian Museum of Flight and Transportation
13527 Crecent Road (South Surrey)
This 6.5 hectare park features 38 aircraft from the 1920s to the present, including many restored World War II and early Canadian craft. Open late April to late October.
Cloverdale Fairgrounds and Cloverdale Rodeo
6050 - 176th Street at 60 Ave. in Cloverdale
The grounds host harness racing Oct - May, and the Cloverdale Rodeo on the Victoria Day weekend in May. The Stetson Bowl seats an audience of 7,000, who watch over 500 rodeo entries. Rodeo events include calf roping, steer wrestling, wild horse racing, ladies' barrel racing, wild cow milking. Pancake breakfasts are served on the fairgrounds during the rodeo. [More Cloverdale photos]
Chandos Pattison Auditorium
10238 168th St, Surrey.
A 1500 seat rental facility designed for many different types of events including dance recitals, corporate events and conferences, all types of theatre, concerts. Check their calendar of events
Crescent Beach and Blackie Spit
Take Crescent Road to Beecher Street and continue to the water.
Since after the turn of the last century, this was a vacation area at the west end of the Semiahmoo Peninsula, was centred around a pier at the foot of Beecher Street. The sandy beach, warm, protected waters, in the swimming areas, and tidal pools are wonderful for playing and building sand castles. The community features a variety of unique shops and restaurants make it a nice excursion.
Historical Stewart Farmhouse & Hooser Weaving Centre
13723 Crecent Road (South Surrey, in the Elgin Heritage Park on the banks of the Nicomekl River.)
This Victorian-style farmhouse built in 1894 by the Stewart family, who lived in the home and farmed the surrounding land for 6 decades. The Weaving Centres are run by the Peace Arch Weavers and Spinners Guild, with displays open in June of each year.
Newton Wave Pool
13730 - 72 Ave
This aquatic centre features a 38 metre pool with two 60 metre (180 ft) waterslides, a hydro pool, steam room, children's pool, a lounge and concessions.
Redwood Park Arboretum
180th Street and 20th Avenue, near US border
This 32-hectare Surrey park is rich in exotic trees grown from seedlings from around the world. The park was started by twin brothers, Peter and David Brown, on land given to them by their father on their 21st birthday in 1893. They began systematic replanting of the clear-cut hilltop. They built themselves a treehouse in it so they could be away from the rest of the world. The park has an upgraded "replica" of the treehouse.
Surrey Art Gallery
13750 - 88 Avenue
The Surrey Art Gallery is the third largest gallery in British Columbia, and features changing exhibitions of local, national and international contemporary art.
Surrey Museum & Archives
6022 - 176th Street
Explore contemporary issues of Surrey's past, directly from the words of pioneers and long-time residents. The Museum features exhibits of a selection of 5,000 year old stone tools created by area Indigenous first nations. It also houses Surrey's 1881 Town Hall, and recreations of the interiors of turn-of-the-century homes and businesses.