Will you be visiting Surrey in British Columbia soon? If so, you will be spoiled for choice when it comes to things to do and see. Surrey is a delightful town and is the perfect spot for an unforgettable vacation.

Let’s take a look at the top 5 tourist attractions in beautiful Surrey…

1.) Crescent Beach

Crescent Beach is located at the end of Sullivan Street and is a stunning, sheltered beach offering swimming opportunities for the whole family. If swimming is not your cup of tea, you can sit back and take in the stunning view of the shoreline.

Crescent Beach is great to visit at sunset as you can literally see the sun setting right into the sea and this makes for some amazing, Instagram-worthy pictures.

After enjoying the beach, you can head over to Crescent Beach Pier and then grab a bite to eat and do a bit of shopping in the nearby area.

2) Surrey Museum

When the weather is not co-operating, there is still lots to do in Surrey. Visiting the Surrey Museum is the ideal rainy day activity for folks of all ages. This unique museum features some interesting local antiques from the area, as well as plenty of information on what Surrey was like hundreds of years ago and how it has evolved into a modern, Canadian town today.

A visit to the Surrey Museum can easily have you absorbed for several hours as you will be captivated by the awe-inspiring displays. We recommend setting aside the entire morning or afternoon to the museum so that you can make the most of what it has to offer.

Your Guy Plumbing actually had the opportunity to help service and repair all the museums plumbing issues that they have had over the last decade.

3) Barnston Island.

Barnston Island is a beautiful piece of land that is located just off the Greater Vancouver area.

If you love hiking or taking relaxing strolls, Barnston Island is the perfect outing for you. You can reach the island by taking the iconic Barnston Island Ferry (which is an adventure in itself) and this gives you an amazing view of Parson’s Channel and the Fraser River.

You can easily spend the entire day exploring Barnston Island so remember to bring a packed lunch and plenty of water!

4) Darts Hill Garden Park.

Located in the heart of Surrey, British Columbia is Darts Hill Garden Park which is a firm favorite among both locals and tourists. It is easy to see why Darts Hill Park is so popular: the grounds are incredibly lush and beautiful and you can see some special and very rare plants, flowers and trees.

The grounds are quite extensive so you should definitely wear your walking shoes! Darts Hill Garden Park is particularly beautiful during the spring and summer when everything is in bloom and you will be tempted to take photos of all the colorful flowers you come across.

After visiting Darts Hill Garden Park, why not have some lunch or coffee in one of the nearby cafes, restaurants or coffee shops?

5) Historic Stewart Farm.

Looking for something a little different to keep you occupied in Surrey, British Columbia? The Historic Stewart Farm is a very interesting and fun museum, farmhouse and grounds that are situated in the heart of Surrey.

This well-loved farm gives you a unique glimpse into what life was like in British Columbia back in the 1800s. You will love the guides who are all dressed in period attire and who have a wealth of information and can answer any questions you may have.

The Historic Stewart Farm often has special and fun events for kids so be sure to find out what is on offer before you head over!

 

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