Christmas at Flyover Canada: A Uniquely Canadian Experience

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If you are looking for something new – something uniquely Canadian – to do this Christmas, a visit to Christmas at Flyover Canada  might be just the ticket.

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We weren’t really sure what to expect when we took our seats and buckled up for Flyover Canada last week, but in 8 minutes, we “flew” across Canada from coast to coast and even spotted a few of Santa’s errant reindeer on the way. Naughty Rudolf!

The whole family, including my 5 year old son, was impressed by the 4-D experience although honestly we wished it had lasted longer.

The pricing for this experience is expensive for families with tickets for adults priced at $19.95; seniors, youth and students at $17.95; children (4-12) at $14.95.  To make the most of your visit to Flyover Canada which is open until January 5, I would recommend also checking out some free activities while you are downtown such as Christmas at Canada Place.

I am delighted to offer a great giveaway – a family 4 pack of tickets  – to Christmas at Flyover Canada! Enter via the Rafflecopter. Contest opens tonight at midnight and closes on Friday, Dec 20. Congratulations to the ticket winener Kelly Krol.

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14 thoughts on “Christmas at Flyover Canada: A Uniquely Canadian Experience

  1. We don’t really follow a specific tradition. We have European backgrounds, so there is always a taste of those cultures integrated into our Christmas. We include many other traditions from our friends who have different backgrounds as well, so maybe that would be considered being Canadian. Appreciating the diversity of the country that we call home:)

  2. I think the uniqueness of being canadian comes with having all different kinds of traditions from different backgrounds. We incorporate British traditions from my side of the family aswell as French traditions from my husbands 🙂

  3. We aren’t Canadian so keep many of our British traditions going on Christmas Day. We do eat pancakes with maple syrup for breakfast on Christmas Day now, though – that’s Canadian!

  4. I don’t know if our traditions are uniquely Canadian. They are traditions we both loved as kids and want to pass onto our children.

  5. We usually take all the kiddies out to the ice rink for some skating on Christmas Eve afternoon! By then they are all famished and ready for dinner! cheers

  6. Hmmn, I’m not entirely sure, at this point we don’t really do too many things for Christmas (partly b/c we can’t afford it though).

  7. Over the past five years, we have established our own family traditions. We love to do local family fun activities like Grouse Mountain, Vandusen Gardens and the Stanley Park train. In terms of uniquely Canadian, we are multicultural in that we celebrate Hanukkah and Christmas

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