In partnership with Tourism Vancouver, we’re excited to be one of 15 participating neighbourhoods in the Tourism Challenge 2022. Kicking off on April 23rd, tourism industry professionals and volunteers will have the opportunity to safely visit and experience the best of Vancouver’s participating neighbourhoods, as well as enjoy the region’s awesome attractions.
As a featured neighbourhood, we have created a fun Scavenger Hunt on Robson Street for our tourism industry friends to explore our hood and see what’s new and exciting! On each block between Burrard and Jervis, a hidden message is waiting to be found. Visit the three locations below to discover our secret message:
- Canadian Crafts – 1023 Robson Street
- PAUL Bakery and Restaurant – 1164 Robson Street
- Avenue Salons – 1228 Robson Street
Find the hidden message, and get your stamps at Avenue Salons, located at 1228 Robson Street (Monday – Saturday | 10 am – 7:30 pm).
Enjoy your outdoor adventure #onRobson! The Tourism Challenge runs until May 31, 2022, so no need to rush. While #onRobson, be sure to check out our many outdoor public spaces, such as our Parklets and of course, Bute Robson Plaza. They are the perfect places to relax, soak up the sun and enjoy a bite to eat from one of the many restaurants or cafes, al fresco style.
Learn more about the Tourism Challenge Program and explore a full list of participating attractions, neighbourhoods and hotels here. Don’t forget to tag us in any photos you share on Instagram at @robsonstreet!
Tourism Challenge Code of Conduct:*
The Tourism Challenge Passport is for the exclusive use of individuals currently working for the participating attraction’s, hotels or community partner locations. DO NOT pass your Ticket to anyone else.
Participants must respect the offers being made by each partner.
RESPECT your colleagues. Please treat the front line staff as you would like to be treated, or as your company expects you to treat your guests.
*Note that any participant not adhering to the Code of Conduct will be reported to the Challenge Organizers and may have their passport/privilege pass revoked.