The Whistler Visitor Centre is Whistler’s official resource for all in-resort information (activities, dining, accommodation and transportation). The Visitor Centre offers a range of products and provides quick, accurate and friendly service.
- Brochures, maps, guide books
- PEAK 2 PEAK Gondola Sightseeing tickets and Cultural Passes
- Accommodation and Activity Bookings
- Information on local events, activities, dining options, shops, sightseeing and more
- Whistler Transit bus schedules and tickets
- Bear bells and safety whistles
- Phonebox pre-paid and monthly cell phone plans, eSIMS available
- Calling cards
Mobile Live Chat Service
Ask Whistler is a mobile live chat service ready to help you uncover everything Whistler has to offer, from getting insider tips on things to do, to deciding where to go for dinner, or even helping you find your way. Think of it as your own personal concierge at your fingertips. Live agents are available seven days a week.
BC Travel Planning
As well as up-to-date information on everything Whistler has to offer, the Whistler Visitor Centre is the first point of reference for tourists to gather information about other communities in the beautiful province of British Columbia. Guests are welcome to come in and explore a wide range of information on accommodation, tours, events, recreational opportunities, parks and other provincial destinations. The staff are both knowledgeable and resourceful, ready to assist visitors and community members alike with their travel planning.
Drop in for advice, or if you prefer, Whistler Visitor Centre agents are also availabe to answer questions by phone and email.
Where is the Whistler Visitor Centre?
The Whistler Visitor Centre is located at 4230 Gateway Drive Whistler, adjacent to the bus and taxi loop. Parking is available outside the Centre for 15 minutes, or you can park in the Day Lots located on Blackcomb Way.
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Health & Safety at the Whistler Visitor Centre
The Whistler Visitor Centre is committed to providing staff and guests with a safe environment that adheres to Work BC’s Occupational Health & Safety Regulations. While plexi-glass barriers remain in place, frequent cleaning and sanitizing of high-traffic touch surfaces continues to be a priority for our team.