Christmas at Canada Place December 12- 31, 2015 in the
Cruise Ship Terminal at Canada Place.
Port Metro Vancouver is Canada's largest and most diversified port. During the
holiday season and beyond, the Port brings goods such as wrapping paper,
decorations, festive treats and dinner fixings to our homes making spirits
bright for Canadians and Vancouverites alike.
Join us this holiday season for the annual Christmas at Canada
Place, presented by Port Metro Vancouver. It’s all taking place outdoors
along The Canadian Trail (Canada Place West Promenade) from December 13
- 31, 2014. Make an onsite donation to Strathcona Community Centre’s
Food Security for Children Program and receive your free Canada Place
Come down to this
year’s Christmas at Canada Place to enjoy the following:
Historic Woodward’s Windows*
The Woodward’s Windows are a treasured part of Vancouver’s history. Originally
displayed in the popular Woodward’s department store, the windows featured
classic holiday scenes with animated characters and elaborate decor. Handcrafted
in the 1960s, the displays included The Candlestick Factory, Santa’s Workshop
and The Lamplighter. Following the closure of the Woodward’s department store,
Canada Place purchased the displays in 1993 and has continued to incorporate
them into the Christmas at Canada Place experience. The Woodward’s Windows offer
nostalgia for those who remember seeing them displayed in the store and
excitement for those seeing them for the first time. *The Woodward's Windows
will be on display daily from December 13 - 31 (including December 24 & 25) from
9:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m. daily.
Come in, sit down and write your letter to Santa, make a reindeer headband and
Avenue of Christmas Trees
Come see the beautifully decorated trees, sponsored by these great supporters:
• Read Jones Christoffersen
• Vangaurd Painting Ltd
• VINCI Park Services
• West Coast Sightseeing
• Tyco Integrated Fire & Security
• PCL Constructors Westcoast Inc
• Canadian Pacific
Stroll through Rudolph’s Theatre and catch a glimpse of classic Christmas movies
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer and Frosty the Snowman for all to enjoy.
Viewable from Coal Harbour,
Stanley Park, the North Shore,
Carol Ships on the water, the sails'
transformation into a dazzling display of light and colour is a fantastic, free
way to get in the holiday spirit.