Vancouver, British Columbia, marked its 100th birthday in fine form by hosting Expo '86, an international celebration that brought new life to a formerly run-down industrial area. A total of 54 nations were on hand to showcase their accomplishments and scenic offerings, as well as a number of corporate sponsors and performance groups. Expo '86 ran from May 2 to October 13, 1986, with more than 22 million visitors dropping by for the party.
|PHOTOS ON CD
Turn the clock back to 1986 with this collection of photos showcasing the pavilions, shows and other sites of Expo '86. Click on the slides for full details on the collection and how to order.
|TOUR EXPO '86 ONLINE
Sit back and enjoy a look back at many of the popular pavilions and shows of Expo '86. Sample photos from the CD collection are presented here for your enjoyment. Click on the ticket to start your tour! Please note that this section is under development, so please stop back again soon to see the newest photos added to the site. COMING SOON.
|HISTORIC CANADA: VANCOUVER'S
This book salutes Expo 86, the last world's fair held in North America. Expo 86 has long been one of my favorite fairs and I was thrilled to be able to share my collection of photographs from a great summer. I'm also thrilled that this is the first book in Arcadia's new "Historic Canada" series. Here's the Arcadia Publishing description:
Click the cover or here to order directly from me.
|INFORMATION ON EXPO '86
More information on Expo '86 can be found here, including downloads of brochures, press releases, news articles and more. Click on the brochure to get started.
|OFFICIAL SITE MAP
This map details all of the pavilions, shows, food locations, and all of the rest of Expo 86. Click on the cover to download a full-size PDF copy.
Thanks for visiting this site about Expo '86. I will be adding more pictures and information, but in the meantime, If you have any questions, Just click here to send me an e-mail.
Last updated on: 05/29/2013
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