Architectural Walking Tour for Two or Four from Architectural Institute of British Columbia (Up to 55% Off)

Vancouver & 4 more locations

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In a Nutshell

Take one of 12 walking tours around Vancouver and Victoria, including Canada's oldest Chinatown or the intricate architecture of Strathcona

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Expires Aug 30th, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Must sign waiver. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

A walking tour acquaints you with the city around you, helping you to better plan parade routes and upcoming bouts of sleepwalking. Watch your steps with this Groupon.

Choose Between Two Options

  • $10 for an architectural walking tour for two (up to a $20 value)
  • $18 for an architectural walking tour for four (up to a $40 value)

Tourists explore a choice of six Vancouver neighbourhoods or six Victoria neighbourhoods. Vancouver sites include Chinatown, historical Gastown, contemporary downtown, and Strathcona, the first neighbourhood in Vancouver. Victoria explorations include Inner Harbour, Fort Victoria, Ecclesiastical, Art Deco, and James Bay. Each jaunt covers roughly 3 kilometres and lasts up to two hours. Tours are appropriate for children and accessible by wheelchair. For more information, see the Vancouver brochure and Victoria brochure.

Architectural Institute of British Columbia

Iconic buildings rise up on either side of tour groups as they trail guides who regale them with stories and historical insights. Traversing a total of 12 Victoria and Vancouver neighbourhoods, the Architectural Institute of British Columbia’s walking tours illuminate pivotal and noteworthy structures throughout the city. In Victoria, explorers can ramble through Chinatown—the oldest Chinatown in the nation—or feel the waterfront breeze while taking in the splendor of the Parliament buildings. Alternatively, Vancouver walkers can embed themselves in the city’s first neighbourhood, Strathcona, or investigate industrial expansion by roaming Yaletown.

The AIBC, established in 1920, is a self-governing body dedicated to excellence in the profession of architecture for the benefit of the public, its membership and the environment.

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All Locations

  • COMMUNITY CENTRE (2334.6 miles)

    601 Keefer Street

    Vancouver, British Columbia V6A 1V5

  • Downtown Vancouver (2335.4 miles)

    440 Cambie St Suite 100

    Vancouver, British Columbia V6B 2N4

  • MANHATTAN APARTMENTS (2336.1 miles)

    780 Thurlow Street

    Vancouver, British Columbia V6E 1V8

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