Various dates and times
Regular walking tours $15, special event walking tour prices will vary
Join one of our experienced guides for a walk through Vancouver’s neighbourhoods and architecture. Learn about the cultural history that shaped neighbourhoods like Japantown and Chinatown, or hear how arts movements, zoning and city planning shaped how our city looks. Each tour has limited space so it is recommended to sign up early.
Special Event Walking Tours
These tours are only offered once and are not guaranteed to repeat. Sign up early to secure your space.
Baseball, the Olympics and an Arboretum
Come take a look at the Riley Park neighbourhood. From the former rock quarry that is now Queen Elizabeth Park to 62 years of baseball at Nat Bailey, it’s an eclectic look at this neighbourhood. Plus, we get a peak inside Nat Bailey.
Friday, October 10th
10am – noon
Click here for tickets $15
Kerrisdale Walk: How Zoning & Local History Shaped Kerrisdale
Kerrisdale’s leafy streets, boulevards and lovely gardens are a product of North America’s first residential zoning and development bylaw passed in 1922. In 1927 further amendments created the apartment district north of 41st Avenue. Further tweaks helped create the neighbourhood we have today. Led by Civic Historian John Atkin, this walk will explore the local history and regulations that shaped one of Vancouver’s most desirable neighbourhoods.
The walk will start promptly at 9:30 am at Vine Street and W 41st Avenue.
Saturday October 11th
9:30am – noon
Click here for tickets $30
Chinatown Walk & Dim Sum
Our popular Chinatown Walk and Dim Sum is back! Learn about this diverse and popular neighbourhood with historian John Atkin. We will discuss stories, myths and what makes some of the buildings so special. We will end the walk by grabbing some Dim Sum at a local restaurant!
Sunday, November 2nd
Call the office for last spot – 604 264-9642