What To Do in Whistler Village

Start with breakfast at Purebread and, after a stop at the Olympic rings, hit up Audain Art Museum and Scandinave Spa before ending with drinks at Bar Oso

Breakfast at Purebread

Start your day by grabbing a coffee and a buckwheat sour cherry scone at Purebread at Whistler Olympic Plaza and then snap a photo with the Olympic Rings.

Art and culture morning

After breakfast, head to the Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre to explore the music, art and history of the area’s First Nations; tuck into some venison chili and bannock in the café for lunch. Or visit the brand-new Audain Art Museum. The 56,000-square-foot museum features British Columbian art, including 19th-century Northwest Coast masks and many works by Canadian icon Emily Carr.

Spa afternoon at Scandinave Spa Whistler

In the afternoon, head to the Scandinave Spa Whistler, a largely outdoor complex of hot baths. An expansion this season has added a new building with a second steam room and sauna, as well as a yoga studio and relaxation room with a peaceful mountain view.

Dinner at Bar Oso

Cap the day back in the heart of the village at Bar Oso, a new Spanish-influenced tapas spot. It’s located steps from sister property Araxi Restaurant + Oyster Bar, and executive chef James Walt, along with chef Jorge Muñoz Santos, oversee the pintxos and seafood plus a variety of charcuterie and small plates.

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