Program benefits and discounts
Leisure Access members can enjoy the following benefits and discounts:
Free admission and rentals
- Public swimming and ice skating sessions
- Skate rentals during public skating sessions and skate lessons
50% off admissions and passes for recreation facilities
- Fitness centres: drop-in admission and monthly Flexipass *
- Indoor cycling: drop-in admission †
- Kerrisdale Play Palace: single admission †
- Squash and racquetball courts: single visit rental †
- Pitch & putt golf courses: single visit green fee and club rental
* The number of months your Flexipass is valid for cannot exceed the term of your Leisure Access Program enrollment.
† 10-visit admissions and passes, and group admission are excluded.
50% off recreation programs
- Group swimming lessons, including leadership classes
- Group skating lessons, basic and introductory
- Community centre programs: one program per person per season at participating community centres *
* Find the participating community centres (213 KB)
Some community centres offer the discount on more than one program. Ask at your local community centre.
50% off admission for local attractions
- Stanley Park Miniature Train
- VanDusen Botanical Garden *
- Bloedel Conservatory *
- Vancouver Aquarium
- Stanley Park Horse-Drawn Tours
* Admission is excluded during special events.
$2.00 off admission for local attractions
- Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Garden
- HR MacMillan Space Centre
- Museum of Vancouver
- Vancouver Maritime Museum
Discounts for seniors and youth
The above discounts are applied to the facility's admission rates for seniors and youth.
Seniors and youth receive the above discounts applied to the adult rates for:
- Fitness centre admission
- Bloedel Conservatory admission
- VanDusen Botanical Garden admission
Cards are not transferable
Leisure Access cannot be given to someone else. Misused cards will be confiscated.
Attendants for people with disabilities get free access
Free access is given to attendants that must assist people with disabilities who need support to swim, skate, exercise in the fitness centre, visit parks, or participate in other recreation opportunities.
Support means the assistance of a physical, psychological, emotional, intellectual, or sensory nature to ensure that the patron with the disability is able to participate.