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More Walking Tours


We have some more Sunday Changing City tours ready to go. 10 bucks, 10:00 am in the morning.

Join us on these dates:

May 27th. Southeast False Creek: A Revisit.
Since our last visit, numerous projects are now out of the ground changing the face of this former industrial area. Join us for a look at what’s being built and what is on its way.
Meet at the Burger King on the corner of 1st and Quebec.

June 17th. Cambie St.: The South End Of the Bridge.
With its mix of big box retail, innovative mixed use and some innovative new architecture on the horizon, the Cambie Bridge area deserves a closer look.
Meet at the the Olympic Village Canada Line station.

July 8th. Between the Bridges.
Vancouver’s planning and urban design continues to win kudos around the world, but how did we figure it out? A walk through the Granville Slopes area between the Burrard and Granville Bridges will help answer that question.
Meet at Granville and Pacific – under the bridge.

July 22nd. The West End: Wasn’t That Where…?
It’s a walk of a different sort, we’ll visit the sites of a number of homes featured in the real estate listings in the 1960s and look at what happened once the house was sold.
Meet at Bute and Comox

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