30,000 Free Tickets (really) to Vancouver Attractions: Starting May 2

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Here’s a question for the Vancouverites out there.  When’s the last time you took a horse-drawn carriage around Stanley Park; or went on a lunchtime cruise down the Burrard Inlet and into Indian Arm; or – Heaven forbid – lined up to dash across the Capilano Suspension Bridge?

A year ago?  10 years ago?  Never?  Now, I know what you’re thinking.  Those things are so touristy.  And they’re not exactly cheap, either.   Good points.  But – be honest – isn’t there still a little part of you that would love to experience all that again – to see the wonders of Vancouver through the eyes of a first-time visitor?

If so, you may be in luck.  During the month of May, Tourism Vancouver is running a pretty unique initiative called Be a Tourist in Your Own Town.  The basic idea is to get Vancouverites to fall in love with their city all over again.  And the incentive?  Lots and lots of free tickets – 30,000 in total – to some of the classic experiences around the city.

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30,000 Free Tickets (really) to Vancouver Attractions: Starting May 2

Be a Tourist in your Own Town – May 3-29, 2011

Be a Tourist in your Own Town

This May, Tourism Vancouver and partner attractions are teaming up to celebrate Vancouver 125 with Be A Tourist In Your Own Town. From May 3rd to 29th, British Columbia residents are invited to be tourists in their own city by taking advantage of over 30,000 free tickets to participating attractions!

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Be a Tourist in your Own Town – May 3-29, 2011