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Entertainment & Nightlife

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Amsterdam Cafe Pub

4232 Village Stroll, Whistler

This European pop-style pub in Village Square is a good place to relax and enjoy a beer. The heated outdoor

Brackendale Art Gallery Theatre Teahouse

41950 Government Rd., Brackendale

Located in “the world’s bald eagle capital,” this rustic building houses an art gallery, theatre and teahouse, and hosts concerts,

Brandywine Falls Provincial Park

Located 11 km (7 mi) south of Whistler off Hwy 99, Whistler

For fantastic views of the narrow, 70-m (230-ft) falls, head to the viewing platform, where you’ll also see sparkling Daisy

Britannia Mine Museum

1 Forbes Way, Britannia Beach

A National Historic Site and BC Historic landmark, this former copper mine allows visitors to experience the sights and sounds

Brittania Mine Museum

Take Hwy 99 to Britannia Beach on Howe Sound., Britannia Beach

A National Historic Site and BC Historic landmark, this former copper mine allows visitors to experience the sights and sounds

Buffalo Bills Bar and Grill

4122 Village Green, Whistler

Let your hair down at this energetic party spot that features a large dance floor, top-40 and classic-rock music, and

Chances Squamish

9000 Valley Dr., Squamish

Try your luck at a variety of slot machines, electronic roulette, Keno, horse racing and bingo. On-site restaurant, heated patio,

Crystal Lounge

Crystal Lodge, 4154 Village Green, Whistler

Catch your favourite sporting event at this casual lounge, a local favourite. Classic pub food, including wing specials. Karaoke and

Cure Lounge

Nita Lake Lodge, 2131 Lake Placid Rd., Whistler

Curl up in an oversized couch or perch near the granite fireplace while you enjoy drinks, seasonal appetizers and light

FireRock Lounge

4090 Whistler Way, Whistler

Pair nachos or tapas with a glass of local or international wine. Pub-style menu may include buttermilk fried chicken or

Florence Petersen Park


Narrow park in the middle of Whistler Village boasts a wetland boardwalk, public art pieces, water fountains and a storytelling

Garfinkel’s Whistler

4308 Main St., Whistler

Whistler’s largest concert venue and nightclub regularly hosts world-famous DJs and live music. Private booths available. Reservations recommended.

Garibaldi Lift Co. Bar & Grill

4165 Springs Lane, Whistler

Enjoy pub fare and beer at this lively spot with a large heated patio, open year-round. On weekends, dance the

Garibaldi Provincial Park

Highway 99 between Squamish and Pemberton, Whistler

Named after the magnificent 2,678 m (8,876 ft) Mount Garibaldi, the park’s crown jewel. Hike 90 km (56 mi) of

Joffre Lakes Provincial Park

Duffey Lake Rd., Pemberton

Observe glacial history over 1,460 ha (3,607 a), from the jagged mountain peaks to the striking, silt-laden turquoise-blue waters of

Longhorn Saloon & Grill

Carleton Lodge, 4284 Mountain Square, Whistler

Located at the base of Whistler Mountain, this après-ski spot serves ice-cold beer and food fresh from the grill in

Lost Lake Park


Former logging and mill site. Biking, walking and running trails, picnic areas and dog swimming area at Canine Cove. Clothing-optional

Maury Young Arts Centre

4335 Blackcomb Way, Whistler

Whistler’s premier location for arts, culture and special events regularly features art exhibits and theatrical and musical performances. Also home

Maxx Fish

4232 Village Stroll, Whistler

This stylish lounge features a dance floor, plush booths, six high-definition plasma TVs and a variety of music played by

Meadow Park

8625 Highway 99, Whistler

Stunning views of the River of Golden Dreams with mountain backdrops. Ball diamonds, playground, splash park, tennis courts. Picnic areas
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