Sunday June 7th, 2020
10am to 5pm
The Heritage House Tour returns for its 18th year! Each stop on tour has its own story, past and present, from early architects, builders and residents to more recent restorations and adaptations. Featuring on the tour this year will be an impressively well-retained 1913 residence designed by American architect G.H. Clemence in the Dutch Colonial Revival style. The spacious rooms and original wood finishes of this home have stood the test of time. Join us on the tour to step inside this unique home and a selection of others.
The tour offers a wonderful way to explore Vancouver’s diverse neighbourhoods as well as architectural styles, design ideas and garden landscapes. The self-guided event can be enjoyed at your own pace during tour hours. Your ticket is a guidebook that provides information about each home on the tour along with local history and information to help you plan your day.
General Guidelines and Important Information (click to read)
- No children under 6 are permitted (infants in front carriers are allowed) and ALL attendees must have a ticket
- Houses are open from 10am to 5pm only. No latecomers or early birds
- Photography on tour properties is strictly prohibited
- Pets, smoking or vaping, and cell phone use are also not permitted on tour property
- Your ticket is the guidebook and cannot be emailed. Guidebooks will be mailed to you or can be picked up before the tour (details provided at time of purchase)
A full list of tour guidelines is provided on Page 2 of the guidebook. Please read these before tour day and contact us with any questions or concerns. We also invite you to contact us regarding restrictions, policies or guidelines prior to purchasing tickets.
Please be aware that designated VHF photographers will take photographs and/or live recordings at events. These materials are the sole property of Vancouver Heritage Foundation and will not be sold or otherwise redistributed, however they may be utilized without notification in Vancouver Heritage Foundation communications including, but not limited to, print materials and social media. If you have concerns about how your likeness may be utilized, please speak with Vancouver Heritage Foundation staff.