What to do on a rainy day?
Whistler's list of outdoor activities is a mile long. But there is a plenty of indoor activities as well…..
Escape Room Whistler
A Live Escape Room is a real life gaming experience where groups of 2 to 6 people are placed inside a themed room. Your group will be presented with puzzles, riddles, and clues which you must work together to solve within 45 minutes in order to “Escape” from the situation you are in. Escape! Whistler is an excellent indoor activity for people of all ages looking for an exciting way to spend an hour. All of our themes are family friendly and non weather dependent.
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Scandinave Spa Whistler
Experience the age-old Finnish tradition of soaking in soothing outdoor baths at Whistler’s most unique spa. The Scandinave Spa combines rustic elegance with majestic scenery in a tranquil, secluded setting. Enjoy the baths or add a massage for complete rejuvenation. Open air baths are available year round, with heated solariums for relaxing and a café for refuelling.
The Climbing Wall
The Climbing Wall at Whistler Core- it's a small climbing wall, but good for an evening adult bouldering session, or for a kids activity (lessons available for kids). They can also take you Ice Climbing if you are interested!
Audain Art Museum
The Audain Art Museum is Whistler's newest cultural hot spot. Located by the Village, this iconic building houses a permanent collection of artworks from British Columbia, and hosts exhibitions from leading museums around the world.
Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre
The first ever centre dedicated to the history and culture of local First Nations, The Squamish Lil'wat Cultural Centre in Whistler is where mountains, rivers and people meet. Built to preserve their culture and share it with others, the building is designed to evoke the longhouses of the Squamish people and the Istken (traditional earthen pit house) of the Lil’wat people with a modern architectural interpretation.
Forged Axe Throwing
Forged is Whistler’s only indoor axe throwing venue. The concept of Forged was dreamed up years ago in the backcountry of British Columbia, on the banks of the Chilko River. It was during a week long rafting trip that it became obvious to us that axe throwing could become much more than something that simply passes the time in the woods. Axe throwing gets the blood running, the senses honed, and became to sole focus of our attention for days on end. Its addictive in all the right ways.
Whistler Public Library
The library provides access to a collection of over 49,000 items, including a hand-picked selection of best-selling and classic fiction, current and diverse non-fiction materials, and a robust movie collection. The library also offers audiobooks, video games and a newsstand-quality selection of magazines. For the curious researcher, the library has over 25 online databases.