This Vancouver Bridges Light Display Is Like Something Out Of A Tim Burton Movie

The Vancouver Bridge Light Display

Vancouver’s Capilano Suspension Bridge is one of Vancouver’s most popular destination. The 130 year old bridge got its name from the Squamish Nation. The original name is spelled Kia’palano and it means “beautiful river”. In 1888, George Grant Mackay purchased 6,000 acres of the forest and built a cabin on the edge of the canyon. This was the beginning of the bridge and its long and wonderful history.

In 1983, Nancy Stibbard purchased the Capilano Suspension Bridge. Her goal and vision was to transform the bridge into something else entirely. She wanted to bring people in to see the location in a way that no has ever dreamed about. The end resulted in the expansion to other destinations in the area, and a huge boost in tourism. Check out the video posts and let us know what you think.

Video Source – Dan King

Video Source- VeeTravels

Christmas Lights On The Bridge

The event looks like it takes you to a whole other world. It’s honestly something out of a Tim Burton film. Or something like you’ve just been transported into a fairy tale world. My only fear is heights, so walking on the bridge that high up may be a little bit nerve-racking. Besides that, it looks like there’s a ton of things to do for you and the whole family. If this is the type of event that you would like to checkout. You can see their website down below.

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