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AIBC hosts architectural walking tours of Vancouver


July 7, 2011
by Canadian Architect

This summer, uncover some of the hidden treasures in Vancouver and Victoria with the Architectural Institute of British Columbia’s architectural walking tours. Learn about Vancouver’s diverse and unique history, and explore the city’s rapidly changing urban landscape.

In Vancouver, there are six guided tours to choose from: Victory Square & Gastown; Chinatown; Strathcona; False Creek North & Yaletown; The West End; and The Downtown Business Core.

There are also six tours to choose from in picturesque Victoria: The Inner Harbour; The Site of Fort Victoria; Old Town & Chinatown; Ecclesiastical Architecture; Art Deco & Moderne in Victoria; and James Bay.

Tours run throughout the months of July, August and September, at a cost of $10 a person. Group tours are also available.

For more information, please call the AIBC at 604.683.8588, or visit www.aibc.ca.


AIBC walking tours
AIBC walking tours


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