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
- Accommodation and Activity Bookings
- Information on local events, dining options, shops, sightseeing and more
- Whistler Transit bus schedules and tickets
- British Columbia information
- Bear Smart souvenirs
- Phonebox pre-paid and monthly cell phone plans
- 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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COVID-19 Safety Plan for the Whistler Visitor Centre
As we continue to work through the COVID-19 pandemic, the health and safety of all visitors and employees is a top priority ensuring the necessary steps are taken to support a safe environment.
Aligned with that, Tourism Whistler is required by section 21 (2)(c) of the Workers Compensation Act to establish occupational health and safety policies in accordance with Occupational Health & Safety Regulation, and have been directed by WorkSafe BC to develop a Communicable Disease Prevention Plan that outlines the guidelines, policies, and protocols in place to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission.
Outline of protocols for the Whistler Visitor Centre:
- Plexi-glass barriers have been installed at the desk to provide a barrier between employees and visitors
- Floor markings have been added indicating one-way travel within the facility with one entrance and one exit
- Stanchions are in place to keep Visitor Centre guests distanced from other guests using the building
- Floor decals are placed within the Visitor Centre and outside to manage lines and remind visitors of physical distancing measures
- Physical distancing and occupancy limit signage is posted as a reminder of physical distancing measures
Good Hygiene Practices
Everyone is encouraged to:
- Use hand sanitizer stations which are located at the entrance of the Visitor Centre
- Practice proper sneezing and coughing etiquette
- Avoid touching their face
- Wearing a mask is currently mandatory in all indoor public spaces in BC
- Limit touching collateral such as maps between employee and guest as much as possible
- Stay at home if experiencing any symptoms of illness, which include: sore throat, cough, fever, shortness of breath
- Travel within the designated path inside the Visitor Centre as directed by floor signage
Personal Protective Equipment
- As of October 12, 2021, masks are mandatory in indoor public spaces for all people aged 5 and over, regardless of vaccination status. Mask wearing is being encouraged in Whistler by the Resort Municipality of Whistler (RMOW). We will have masks provided by the RMOW to give to guests.
Cleaning and Sanitizing
- Cleaning and disinfecting frequency will increase, including wiping down high contact surfaces that guests have come in contact with, to reduce the risk of spreading COVID-19
- Card transactions will be encouraged whenever possible to limit cash transactions. Moneris machine must be wiped down by employees after each use.