Mother nature has bestowed Canada with boundless beauties. The remaining gaps have been filled by the man himself to create one of the most attractive visiting places in the world.
Today, we take a look at 15 places in Canada to see with your kids this summer and beyond. So, let's get started.
1.Canadian Children's Museum in Gatineau, Quebec
If you are looking for a fun-filled activity for the children that are also educative, then look no further. The Canadian Children's Museum is the top place to visit in its category.
It contains a delightful and interactive environment for your kids to learn all about the different cultures and heritages around the world. Whether it be a city bus from Pakistan or a three-wheeler rickshaw from Thailand, this museum has it all.
The kids can also meet a theatre director who will show them behind the theater scenes and how everything works. Your kids will remember this day for a long time.
2.Kids' Market in Granville Island, BC
The kids will love this place. It has a big selection of shops, all specially designed for kids. It contains all the necessities of your children, which you can purchase all in one place here.
Along with this, it has a multi-level play area for your kids to enjoy for hours. It contains arcade games, virtual rides, and bumper cars, among many other attractions.
Plus, your kids can go around the place and find a dragon in 12 of the shops, which will win them one of the five exclusive prizes.
3.Fundy National Park, New Brunswick
If you are looking for a soulful respite from the world's monotonous routine for you and your family, this is the place for you.
It has everything you need to enjoy and relax at the same time. With campsites in the forest to the high rising tides of the ocean and the beautiful beach that sits in its side, you will have everything you need to get back to mother nature and all of her intricacies.
They also provide music nights and an opportunity to paddle a kayak in waters rising as high as 12 feet. Plus, when the low tides hit, you can see the ocean floor, which is quite the marvel to witness in itself.
4.Gros Morne National Park, New Foundland
Gros Morne National Park is an ancient heritage that is a UNESCO World Heritage site.
With big, hefty mountains, it presents a very alluring sight to the eyes. Along with them, it also has beaches and forests that you can visit with your family and learn about nature.
It has free entry for children and teenagers (people between 6 to 17 years of age).
They have a good COVID-19 care regimen. The SOPs must be followed while visiting.
5.White Pass and Yukon Route Railway
The White Pass and Yukon Route Railway is an engineering wonder built more than a century ago.
It is a wonderful place to visit with your family and kids. It can have a very positive effect to instill your kids with wonder and intrigue as to how such a marvel was created, that too, such a long time ago.
It has a free entrance for infants( zero to two years old) and half price for children up to 12 years of age.
You can visit this place after making sure you follow the proper protective guidelines against the Coronavirus.
It is an activity-filled beautiful place for you and your family to visit and collect a lot of knowledge and learn from it.
Churchill is the polar bear capital of the world. What better opportunity to witness the transparent polar bears than their most significant accumulation in the world.
Plus, it has a collection of the Beluga whales, there are good arrangements for bird watching and dog sledding.
The Covid-19 situation is still a bit on the downside. Phase three is said to start from the 31st of August when they will review the opening of more places.
7.Cavendish Beach, Prince Edwards Island
Cavendish Beach is a beautiful place to spend your leisure time. It has excellent dining options with fantastic seafood. They do music concerts with all their manifesting culture.
They provide great hotel rooms, bread and breakfast, cottages, campgrounds, and a lot of other attractive activities for you to choose from.
The COVID-19 situation has now entered phase 4 in Cavendish Beach, Prince Edwards Island.
8.The Enchanted Forest in Revelstoke, British Columbia
If you want to give your kids the experience of an enchanted world in the real sense, then this is the place for you.
It has more than three hundred and fifty enchanted, carved fairies. The kids can have fun climbing and exploring the humongous tree houses there.
You can travel the pond with bears in it on a rowboat, you can witness the beautiful salmons there, and the kids can have fun feeding the ducks.
The COVID-19 situation is that you have to follow the protective guidelines. Wear masks, gloves, maintain distance, have a separate entrance and exit routes, and non-contact payment methods are used.
9.Parlee Beach, Pointe-de-Chêne, New Brunswick
Parlee Beach offers a lot when it comes to taking your family for a vacation. It has a ton of outdoor activities for you and your kids to do.
Its amazing beachside is one of its top attractions and couple it with the attractive accommodation packages and road trips it offers, and you get the perfect travel destination.
You have to bring face masks for yourselves, and a safe distance is maintained to adhere to their COVID fighting policies.
10.Banff National Park, Alberta
You can find amazing looking rocky mountains along with breathtaking glacial lakes to go with them. A variety of activities such as hiking, biking, skiing, and camping await you.
Banff National Park is one of the oldest parks in the country. It has very beautiful wildlife, which is why they encourage you not to litter to save the precious animals there.
It has free admissions for people aged 17 and under.
There may be some aspects closed due to the Covid-19 situation.
11.T-rex, Discovery Centre, Saskatchewan
The best place in the world to meet Scotty, the T-Rex. Your kids will love it. They will be genuinely fascinated by the preserved skeletons of the dinosaurs on display.
It is a place you should definitely take your kids to see at least once. There are guided and self-guided tours of the place available and a chance for the kids to see real paleontologists at work.
It is currently closed for this season, and they will reopen in May 2021.
The Montmorency Falls are 30m higher than the Niagara Falls! With a height of almost 83m, it presents a truly majestic sight to the viewer.
Plus, you can have a cable car ride there, which takes you to a unique vantage point to witness the whole place from a unique perspective.
The crossing of the hanging bridge and the climbing of the 487 staircases is a challenging yet amazing experience.
You should check with them before visiting to ensure that they are, in fact, open given the current COVID-19 situation.
13.The Bruce Trail in Tobermory and Queenston, Ontario
History and Action in one package. The Bruce Trail has 440km long hiking trails that are among the oldest in the world's history.
The Bruce Trail entails the largest hiking network in the entire country. If you are looking for some good exercise, fresh air, and seeing nature up close, this is the spot for you.
Most of it is open right now. But some areas might be closed due to the Covid-19 situation going on right now.
14.Lunenberg Waterfront, Nova Scotia
It is one of the only two sites that are designated as UNESCO's World Heritage Sites. Plus, 70 percent of the old buildings from the 18th and 19th centuries are still standing for visitors to see.
The Lunenburg Waterfront has big and beautiful raised docks that will fascinate the children's young minds. Plus, it is a very good vacation destination with good management.
You should check with the authorities before visiting regarding the current Covid-19 situation.
15.The Torngat Mountains, Newfoundland, and Labrador
The Torngat Mountains are probably one of the very few remaining truly natural spots. Sadly, there are no roads or campsites on the way there.
You will have to make an extra effort with this one and contact a trained polar bear guide and go with him.
You will get foods prepared over open fires. It would be best if you kept in touch with the authorities about the Covid-19 situation and the general instructions about the place.
So, these are the top 15 places in Canada you should see with your kids this summer and beyond. Make sure to confirm the COVID situation with the local management before going to any spot. Stay safe and healthy and Share with us in the comments below the places you have already visited or planning to explore soon. If you like this post don't forget to share the Traveler Butterfly love! and for more posts like this don't forget to subscribe :)