South of the Fraser

Surrey, Delta, White Rock and Langleys

The biggest tourist attractions in Metro Vancouver that are south of the Fraser River

Which of Metro Vancouver's biggest tourist attractions are south of the Fraser River?

Business in Vancouver has updated their list "Biggest tourist attractions in Metro Vancouver" February 7, 2012. Ranking is based on the number of visits in 2011.

Not surprisingly, North Vancouver and Vancouver have the most sites, but there are a few places south of the Fraser River that attracted more than 50,000 people.

Greater Vancouver Zoo
5048 264 StAldergrove V4W 1N7
P: 604-856-6825 F: 604-857-9008
Rank: 10 - 250,000 visitors

Fort Langley National Historic Site
PO Box 129, 23433 Mavis AveLangleyV1M 2R5
P: 604-513-4777 F: 604-513-4788
Rank: 19 - 83,429 visitors

George C Reifel Migratory Bird Sanctuary
5191 Robertson RdDelta V4K 3N2
P: 604-946-6980 F: 604-946-6982
Rank: 21 - 70,000 visitors


Info on South of the Fraser River: Surrey, Delta, White Rock, City of Langley, Township of Langley, Fort Langley. Maybe a bit of Abbotsford, just for fun.

This site is experimental. See About (top right) for more, or Blog for meta-information. The working goal is to create an almanac of items, tidbits of information and methods of gathering information.

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