Sins of the City Walking Tours The Vancouver Police Museum

Sins of the City Tours

Take a walk on the West Coast’s wild side with the Vancouver Police Museum’s Sins of the City Tours! With our expert guides, you’ll learn about Vancouver’s legendary history of drugs, discrimination, prohibition, sex and scandal. Step through the narrow alleys of Chinatown and into the derelict dens of the Downtown

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Mystics at the Museum & Morgue Ghost Tours

A Halloween adventure at the old City Morgue with Northern Paranormal Investigations Start the month of ghouls and goblins with a bang! The Northern Paranormal Investigators join us once again for a spooktacular evening of storytelling and future-foreseeing. It’s a double feature – Mystics at the Museum during the day

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Never Forgotten Exhibit Floral Arrangement, Vancouver Police Museum

Never Forgotten—New Exhibit Opening March 1, 2018

Never Forgotten: A look at the life, legacy and incredible stories of those who served. During the history of Vancouver’s municipal police force, sixteen officers and eight police service dogs have been killed in the line of duty. Our newest exhibit, Never Forgotten, explores the commemoration of the fallen from

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Cocktails, Cars and Chemistry, The Vancouver Police Museum Pop-Up Exhibit

Pop-Up Exhibit! Cocktails, Cars and Chemistry

Cocktails, Cars and Chemistry: Delve into the fascinating science and history behind blood alcohol testing! On from Dec 27 – March 31, 2018 The evolution of blood alcohol testing is a fascinating one. From the first drunk-o-meters to our modern day breathalysers, the development of these road safety devices reveals just

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Creative Writing Workshop with Jami Macarty – Sept. 22 & 23

A Generative, All-Genre Creative Writing Lab Explore your creative limits with an all-encompassing writing workshop at The Vancouver Police Museum! Led by award-winning poet, author and SFU teacher, Jami Macarty, this event aims to bring your greatest ideas to paper in an environment filled with endless inspiration. Craft the makings

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Vancouver Police Museum Investigation Fun

Kidnapping Investigation (14 yrs old+)

No one has seen the City Lab Technician – she’s gone missing! It is up to your class to rescue her. A trail of clues sets the scene to solve this crime. To book your education tour, click the button below and choose a date and time in the calendar.

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Break and Enter Vancouver Police Museum

Break & Enter Investigation (10-13 yrs old)

Someone has broken into the City Analyst’s Laboratory and it is up to your class to catch the culprit! Students must evaluate the crime scene and study the evidence to make an arrest. To book your education tour, click the button below and choose a date and time in the

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Walking the Beat Tour (16 yrs old+)

An outdoor street experience for older students, Walking the Beat explores the history, social issues, and law enforcement challenges of Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside. To book your education tour, click the button below and choose a date and time in the calendar. Questions? Download our Education PDF, email programs@vancouverpolicemuseum.ca, or call 604.665.3346

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Museum Discovery Tour

Museum Discovery Tour (All ages)

On this guided tour students uncover the history of social development, crime and law enforcement in Vancouver and how it impacts modern living. To book your education tour, click the button below and choose a date and time in the calendar. Questions? Download our Education PDF, email programs@vancouverpolicemuseum.ca, or call 604.665.3346

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Mini Police Academy Vancouver Police Museum 2

Mini Police Academy Tour (5-9 yrs old)

This program combines a museum discovery scavenger hunt, show and tell to introduce youngsters to policing, dress-up time in police uniforms, and art activities. To book your education tour, click the button below and choose a date and time in the calendar. Questions? Download our Education PDF, email programs@vancouverpolicemuseum.ca, or call

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