Steveston’s beloved walking tour vignettes are back.
The Steveston Historical Society and the Steveston Museum are presenting the second year of the Walking Tour Vignettes.
The tours offers visitors an engaging taste of history in the area. What’s more, it allows student actors to show off their skills.
“We’re delighted to be bringing these entertaining and informative stories back to the streets of Richmond this year. Tours were sold out last summer, so be sure to catch this unique show while you can!” said Linda Barnes in a release, who is the Chair of the Steveston Historical Society.
Steveston’s Walking Tour Vignettes
A costumed guide leads you through the streets of historic Steveston to view each performance. The walks are approximately one hour long, and cover one kilometre of walking distance.
The tours happen on Saturdays at 1PM and 3PM in June and July, and leave from the Steveston Museum and Visitor Centre which is located at 3811 Moncton Street.
Tickets are $10. Children under 12 years old are free when accompanied by a paying adult, with a maximum of two children per adult. More information about the tours and purchasing tickets can be found here.