From an industrial railyard to a trendy residential oasis, Vancouver’s Yaletown neighbourhood is the place to be. This interactive tour explores the influences of the Canadian Pacific Railroad and how the neighbourhood’s residents placed a special interest in preserving the heritage of the area. The waterfront alone has transformed into one of the great public walkways of North America. Explore the famous seawall along the southern edge of Yaletown and experience the beautiful views of False Creek. Join anthropologist and Vancouver-local Bryce Mathew Watts as he guides you through the neighbourhood exploring its history and how it has transformed over the years while retaining a lot of its original look.
ABOUT BRYCE MATHEW WATTS
Born in Vancouver, Canada, Bryce Mathew Watts is an anthropologist and ethnobotanist with a passion for cultural heritage and local history. He has travelled the world, exploring topics related to food, foraging, and culture. These topics are always top of mind no matter the destination. Whether it is a tour exploring food culture in Canada or ancient history in Latin America, his tours are an extension of his passions. Join him on a collection of tours, exclusively created for The VR Voyage.
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