Take a walk on Vancouver's wild side with our tours.
Sins of the City Tours
The Vancouver Police Museum's city walking tours are world-famous. With our expert guides, you’ll hear tales about the Vancouver's legendary history of drugs, prohibition, sex and scandal. Step through the narrow alleys of Chinatown and through the derelict dens of the Downtown Eastside to learn about crooked criminals and devious deeds that plagued the city over a century ago.
Revealing the fascinating history behind infamous gangsters like Joe Celona and liquor barons like Jack Deighton, our walks immerse you in a fast-paced hotbed of corruption like no other. As Vancouver’s premier choice for historic walking tours, The Police Museum is the only place where you can see archived reports, photos and artefacts straight from the source. Better yet, all tours come with free admission to the museum and its exhibits—this includes access to one of the city’s oldest morgues! Don’t miss out on Vancouver’s best source for exciting walking tours.
You may redeem your FREE ADMISSION TO THE VANCOUVER POLICE MUSEUM at any time of your choosing! Simply bring your walking tour ticket to the museum during visiting hours and show it to our staff at the front desk upon arrival.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY ABOUT OUR WALKING TOURS!
We took the city tour and found the young lady leading the tour to be very knowledgeable about the parts of the city we were in. Enjoyed every minute of it!John H.
Informative and interesting history. Employees are very kind, thoughtful, caring and knowledgeable. Enjoyed the Sins of the City walking tour: Vice, Dice and Opium pipes.Valerie M.
My wife and I did the Sins of the City tour. It was very interesting and was a great way to see party if the city!Beck H.
It’s fun and interesting. Not too small as I imagined if you like to read the info about the objects and exhibitions and get the most out of the experience. It’s pretty cool that the building used to be a coroner’s office with a real morgue and autopsy room as you can see in your visit. Recommended.Fabiane Niemeyer