Last week was Vancouver Heritage Week, a part of a national campaign with the tourism theme of “Distinctive Destinations: Experience Historic Places”. These days, you can take a float plane, trolley bus, double-decker, bike, or boat to see the sights, and in 2015 alone Vancouver welcomed 805,000 passengers, on 32 cruise ships, making 228 voyages.
Vancouver has been welcoming visitors to its attractions, parks, and shores since its infancy as a city. Here’s a glimpse at what the tourist and visitor experience has been like over the last century:
Vintage Photos of Sightseeing in Vancouver
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