While we might not get a whole lot of snow around the holidays in Vancouver, we sure get some magical festive vibes in our downtown core, despite the lack of traditional Christmas weather.
This awesome atmosphere isn’t something new, in fact, beautiful Vancouver has been shimmering and shining in December for decades.
- Special needs pets spread cheer at Lower Mainland sanctuary (PHOTOS)
- This worldwide call for backyard ice rinks had epic results (PHOTOS)
- NORAD Tracker: Where in the world is Santa Claus right now?
The Museum of Vancouver reminded us of this when it shared a stunning retro Christmas card from the 1950s, showing a view from above looking up what’s now W Georgia Street from East of Granville.
A 1950s Christmas Card depicting Downtown Vancouver at Christmas; in a view from above looking next up Georgia from east of Granville.
Wishing everyone a merry and bright Christmas! MOV will be closed on December 25, 2018.#Christmas #MOV #Holidays #HolidayHistory pic.twitter.com/SGGJ3D9moG
— Museum of Vancouver (@museumofvan) December 24, 2018