Free Historic Waterfront Walking Tours are Happening this Summer in North Vancouver for July & August 2016

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Put on your walking shoes and head out the door for an exciting attraction in North Vancouver this summer.  Free historic waterfront walking tours are happening this July and August.

Shipyards Sal and Sam guide guests on a historic walking tour at North Vancouver’s waterfront.  Sal and Sam will guide you on a tour of the historical Burrard Dry Dock shipyard and the lower Lonsdale Waterfront this summer.  As Sal and Sam guide you through, in costumes, they’ll entertain you with songs, stories, and theatre to share the experiences of the men and women who worked at this site in the past.

Historic Waterfront Tours is taking place from July 8 until August 28.  The tours run twice a day on Friday, Saturday and Sundays.  The two allocated slot times for the tours are at 1:30 pm and 3:00 pm.  Each tour is free and is by drop-in only.  Tours will run rain or shine, so don’t let a little rain get in your way of this fun-filled tour!

For more information, please visit Vancouver’s North Shore Tourism website.

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What: Historic Waterfront Tours
Admission:
 Free
When: July 8 – August 28 on Friday, Saturday & Sundays at 1:30 pm & 3 pm
Where: Foot of Lonsdale Ave. and Victory Ship Way, North Vancouver, BC

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