So it may be a wet long Labour Day weekend in Vancouver and you’re looking for something to do.
What about a walking tour through Vancouver’s oldest parts? Explore the early (and roguish) history of our city. Covering ten city blocks, the tour visits numerous locations, including the site of one of Vancouver’s oldest brothel districts, the location of the city’s first saloon as well as the first police station (and jail). Opium dens, gambling houses and beer parlours are also featured topics of the tour.
Tour runs every Wednesday at 2pm and Friday and Saturday at 4pm.
$15 for adults, $12 for students and seniors. 24 hours advanced reservation required.
Venue: Vancouver Police Museum, 240 Cordova Street East. 604-665-3346 from July l to October l, 2008. Visit their website.
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