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How to Get a Vancouver Inspiration Pass & See Vancouver Attractions for Free

By January 27, 2013

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Back in November, I blogged about the Vancouver Public Library's (VPL) new Vancouver Inspiration Pass, a program that lets families and kids get free general admission to Vancouver attractions and activities over a two-week period. If you are a Vancouver resident, have a Vancouver library card and are 14+, you can place a "hold" on one of the VPL's 120 Vancouver Inspiration Passes and then "borrow" it (just like a book) for two weeks of free admission.

After my initial post, I got several questions about how the Vancouver Inspiration Pass works and how to get one.  So I created a Quick Guide/FAQ to the Vancouver Inspiration Pass that should answer everyone's questions about how to get and use a Vancouver Inspiration Pass, which attractions it covers, how to get a library card, and more.

If you've already used the Vancouver Inspiration Pass, I'd love to hear from you! Please leave a comment about your experience below.

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January 28, 2013 at 12:26 am
(1) Helen says:

If you are not a resident of Vancouver, you are not eligible for the inspiration card. http://pwp.vpl.ca/inspirationpass/pass-info/

January 28, 2013 at 9:38 am
(2) vancouver says:


You’re right! I’ve corrected it in the post. Thanks!

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