Exhibits & Attractions

Canoe Cultures

The Canoe Cultures Society is an Indigenous-led non-profit society dedicated to the art and culture of the Canoe. Come to see live demonstrations of traditional Canoe carving techniques as young Indigenous carvers demonstrate their skills on a new canoe and display completed canoes. Also learn how Indigenous peoples preserved their Salmon at the fish-drying rack and explore the traditional Indigenous arts and crafts at our Indigenous Artists demo.

11am-11pm in the Italian Gardens

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Challenger Map

The Challenger Map, also known as the BC Relief Map, was a beloved PNE attraction for decades, enjoyed by millions of visitors from 1954 until 1997. The map was retired when the BC Pavilion building was deconstructed in the late 90s. Handcrafted with love by forestry mogul George Challenger and his family in the basement of their home, it was a gift to all British Columbians. Though it hasn’t been at the PNE for almost 25 years it is still one of the attractions that the PNE team gets asked about most often. We’re excited to have a section of it back on display at this year’s PNE Fair, while we work towards restoring the entire map for a future exhibit.

11am-11pm in the PNE Forum

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Dinosaurs Around the World

Dinosaurs Around the World invites you to grab your prehistoric passport to the supercontinent of Pangea and discover how plate tectonics, land bridges, and volcanic activity allowed dinosaurs to disperse to all corners of the globe, giving each of today’s seven continents its own unique selection of these giant reptiles. In this captivating outdoor exhibition, visitors will be whisked back in time on a dinosaur adventure and a tour of an Earth that’s very different from the one we inhabit today.

11am-11pm daily in Playland Point (near BCAA ToonCity)

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Farm Country

For a break from the hustle and bustle of the midway, stop by Farm Country to see all the baby animals you love! The Big Red Barns play host to the largest variety of barn animals found in Vancouver as well as many unique demonstrations and displays of new urban agriculture awareness, education and engagement so you can learn what can easily be done from your own home. From backyard bees to eating local. We’ve got baby chicks and racing pigs, the Discovery Farm and milking demonstrations. There’s tons of barn fun for kids and the whole family at Farm Country.

11am-10pm daily in the Livestock Barns

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Journey of BC Food

Learn the unique farm-to-table story of some of BC’s leading foods, the local families working to produce them, and what that means for the health of BC’s economy.

11am-10pm daily in the Livestock Barns

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Kidz Discovery Farm

The Kidz Discovery Farm allows children to ‘become a farmer’ for a short time while learning about 10 exciting agriculture sectors and how their food gets from the farm to your local grocery store! Kidz are put to work at various pretend play farm chores such as milking a cow, pedaling a tractor, collecting eggs and harvesting apples while moving from farm to farm! This fun-filled activity has received rave reviews and continues to entertain and educate kids each year!

11am-10pm daily in the Livestock Barns


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Metro Vancouver’s Together We Make Our Region Strong – Showcase

Metro Vancouver delivers the vital services that make our communities livable.
Find out what makes our region one of the most livable regions in the world. Through family-friendly live performances, interactive games, free popcorn and a contest to win an electric bike, Metro Vancouver’s exhibit will take visitors on a journey that will leave them inspired about where they live and an appreciation for what it takes to plan for a resilient future.

11am-11pm daily in Festival Park


Check out the entertainment on the Metro Vancouver stage:

  • 12:00 pm Andy the Musical Scientist
  • 1:00 pm Ben and Dan
  • 2:00 pm Andy the Musical Scientist
  • 3:00 pm Ben and Dan
  • 4:00 pm Andy the Musical Scientist
  • 5:00 pm Poo and Pee Mascot Dance Off
  • 5:05 pm Ben and Dan
  • 5:30 pm Community Partners Showcase
  • 6:15 pm Indigenous Performers Spotlight
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The Marketplace at the Forum building has been a well-known PNE tradition for years. Visitors can spend hours browsing and exploring more than 150 exhibit booths carrying everything from soaps, bed sheets & pillows, massage cushions & chairs, cosmetics, skin care, fashion, special appliances and cleaning supplies to exciting new products such as a turbo brush power cleaner, karaoke mic, garage door organizer and patio umbrellas.

11am-11pm daily in the PNE Forum

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PNE Prize Home Showcase

The 2022 PNE Prize Home is a luxurious Craftsman home with Tuscan-inspired interior accents built in Langley by Wesmont Homes.

This climate-friendly dream home includes clean energy technology, including an EV charger and an all-electric heat pump system to heat and cool the home.

Tour the Prize Home showcase to view the stylish furniture and finishes used on this year’s home.

11am-10pm daily in Rollerland

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The Safeway Cooking Stage

The Cooking Stage will present three shows daily of mouthwatering inspiration to get you trying new flavors. Learn from the best, as some of BC’s top chefs bring a new variety of recipes promoting locally produced ingredients and highlighting the best of BC’s agriculture . Bring your Family and friends along and be ready with all your culinary questions to test our chefs, you may even get a chance to taste some of these fabulous dishes!

Daily at 2:00, 4:00, 6:30pm at Rollerland

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Terry Fox Van

The original fully restored 1980 Ford Econoline van that was loaned to Terry Fox for his Marathon of Hope run will be on display in the Pacific Coliseum during the PNE Fair.  The van was Terry’s home away from home and was there for every Marathon of Hope mile he ran from St. John’s, Newfoundland, to Thunder Bay, Ontario, where Terry was forced to stop running due to a return of cancer. Terry’s run garnered international attention, and the van symbolized Terry’s amazing feat of determination and endurance.  His leadership and vision has led to the raising of over $850,000,000 for cancer research.  The Terry Fox Centre is responsible for managing, preserving and displaying the van together with the over 50,000 artifacts in the Terry Fox collection to ensure his uniquely Canadian story will not be forgotten.

11am-11pm daily in the Pacific Coliseum

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