Tour Description

This is an excellent excursion for movie goers and history buffs, eager to visit a historic, quaint seaside fishing village.

Walk in the footsteps of “Once Upon A Time” Storybrooke stars, such as Robert Carlyle (Rumplestiltskin), Jennifer Morrison (Emma Swan), and Lana Parrilla (Regina Mills).

The tour will take you to historic Steveston, a fishing village by the coast of the Straits of Georgia.

You will walk Hollywood's Storybrooke film locations, including the shops, museums, and cannery in the village. Treat yourself to some of the best and freshest seafood in Metro Vancouver.

From Downtown, you will proceed towards Highway 99, cross the Arthur Laing Bridge, and into the suburb of Richmond.

At Steveston, you will visit the Storybrooke film locations in the village, including the Storybrooke Post Office, Granny's Diner, Storybrooke Cannery, Standard Clocks, Storybrooke Bread Country, and Storybrooke Fish & Chips.

Explore other quaint shops, bakeries, and museums including Britannia Shipyards National Historic Site and London Heritage Farm. Enjoy a scenic drive along the Fraser River dyke.

For lunch, treat yourself to some of the freshest and tastiest seafood.

Duration of tour is approximately 5 hours.

Pricing:
Minimum 6 guests per booking.
If there are less than 6 guests, the full price of USD720.00 is still payable.
USD120.00 for each additional guest.
Maximum 11 guests per booking.

Things to Note

  • Private tour;
  • Private guide;
  • Private transportation in a Mercedes Benz Sprinter van;
  • Bottled water;
  • Entrance ticket to the Gulf of Georgia Cannery;
  • Live commentaries in English.

Payment Policy

  • Rest of payment before arrival.
  • Cancellation / no show policy: If cancelled or modified up to 2 days before the date of tour no fee will be charged.
  • If cancelled or modified later or in case of no show 100 % of reservation will be charged.

Tour Provided by

Beautiful Vancouver Explorer Tour & Shuttle

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