Transit-friendly ways to celebrate mom in Metro Vancouver

Transit-friendly ways to celebrate mom in Metro Vancouver

A mom and two children wearing masks looking at a transit map

This Mother’s Day you may have to dig deep to find a creative way to celebrate the mom in your life. Whether you’re able to show your love and appreciation in person, or from a distance, we’ve got you covered.

Cheers to Mom!

Metro Vancouver is home to some epic breweries. Hit up a local outdoor patio, or grab and go (where permitted) to any one of these transit-friendly brewery rows in New Westminster, North Shore, or Downtown.

Plan a picnic!

Providing Mother Nature cooperates, consider taking Mom on an outdoor adventure to one of Metro Vancouver’s transit-friendly Regional Parks. Pack your own lunch, or pick up a brunch-on-the-go option from The Lazy Gourmet, Fresh Ideas Start Here, or Coho Coffee to name a few.

Adventure by bike!

Have wheels will travel! Looking for an epic adventure but don’t know where to start? We’ve done the leg work and curated the ultimate guide to a bicycle adventure to Green Timbers in Surrey.

Do it for the ‘Gram!

Mom’s are notoriously never in the frame. Often found behind the camera capturing the memories. Grab your Compass Card, your mom and your favourite photo-taking device and hit up these 6 Instagrammable spots to check out in Vancouver.

Take an art walk!

TransLink works closely with the Capture Photography Festival to bring public art to you on transit. Take Mom to any or all of these 9 public art installations to check out at SkyTrain Stations.

Eat Pie!

Show mom just how deliciously sweet she is by taking her for pie! We’ve gathered a tried, tested and true list of 12 of the best transit-friendly pie shoppes in Metro Vancouver that are perfect for mom.

Celebrate from home!

Can’t gather in person with mom? No worries, we’ve got you covered! Hop on a Zoom call and take an online trip to one of these six virtual tours and exhibitions you can visit from your home.

How are you celebrating mom this year? Let us know in the comments!