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Talking Totems - Art Walk, History & Culture - Stanley Park - Select Dates

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 Talking Totems - Art Walk, History & Culture - Stanley Park - Select Dates

Meeting Location

At the Totem Pole Gift Shop - Address: 1501 Stanley Park Dr, Vancouver, BC V6G 3E2 Link to our location: Your Talaysay Cultural Ambassador Guide will meet you in front of the Totem Poles Gift Shop.

Price: $65.00/per adult

Location: Stanley Park
Duration: 60 minutes
Min/Max: Open
Multi-day: No

Availability Calendar

Please pick your tour date / time from calendar below

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Welcome to Talaysay Talking Totems!

Tour Description: This culturally enriched walking tour provides an introduction and comprehensive profile of Salish and Northwest Coast Indigenous art. Your guide, cultural-ambassador, trained Indigenous artist, and member of the local Salish tribes will share with you how the totems in Stanley Park showcase the rich eclectic representation of Northwest Coast peoples, including the art forms, stories and worldviews of Salish peoples’ Squamish, Musqueam and Tsleil Waututh Nations who have lived in this region from time immemorial. 


FALL, WINTER, SPRING (September to June)

Days of the Week:  Saturday

Scheduled Start Time:  

Wednesday and Thursday   Start time:  5:30 pm   End time:  6:30 pm

Saturday                              Start time:  3:30pm      End time: 4:35pm 

SUMMER (Feburary 14th & October 31st)

Days of the Week:  Wednesday Thursday & Saturday

Duration: 45mins Length: Less than 1km

2022 Rates: $65 Adults; $52 Child/Youth

Groups & Custom tours: With advanced planning groups of 10+ guests or custom tour time may be possible. Additional costs may apply. Connect with us to learn more. 

Includes: Indigenous Cultural Ambassador Interpretive Guide trained within our tribal cultural protocols to be your host and deliver and share an authentic Indigenous cultural experience.  Sometimes we have a co-guide, a trainer and or a trainee. The tour is rich with Indigenous stories and interpretation. Guests have the opportunity to discuss and ask questions during the tour and or in the last 15 minutes of the tour.  

What to bring: We walk on light rainy days and encourage visitors to love our rain forest coast, just as the locals do. Dress for the seasonal weather, water proof or repellent outerwear, layered clothing, good walking shoes with traction, water bottle. Masks are optional at the preference of guests.


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