Forbidden Vancouver

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Forbidden Vancouver
Vancouver may be polite and laid-back now, but it has a checkered past. Prohibition swung the city's saloon doors shut in 1917—and opened up an underground world of bootleggers and dirty cops. This nightly tour charts the path of the resulting speakeasies, bawdy houses, and opium dens. Step back in time on this colorful hour-and-45-minute jaunt through the city center and Chinatown. It passes landmarks like the World War I cenotaph memorial, as well as stunning architecture such as the Beaux-Arts Dominion Building, before ending in restaurant-rich Gastown. Forbidden Vancouver also invites visitors to explore the Secrets of Stanley Park, where scandals and crime have rocked the 400-hectacre oasis of rainforested, urban wilderness.
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207 W Hastings St, Vancouver, BC V6B 2N4, Canada