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Tourism Tofino opens doors to new visitor centre

The new Tofino Visitor Centre.
The welcoming and modern Tofino Visitor Centre officially opened in June. — Photo courtesy Tofino Tourism
On June 26, 2019, Tofino’s new Visitor Centre officially opened its doors in a ribbon-cutting ceremony. The welcoming space will better represent the businesses and community of Tofino, connecting travellers and locals with all the exciting experiences and adventures to be had in the area.
 
Destination BC’s CEO, Marsha Walden, joined the grand opening event to congratulate the Tourism Tofino team on completion of the new centre, and thank them for their commitment to giving BC visitors the most remarkable memories to take home.
 
Visitor Centres are a vital component to our success in the tourism industry and we are delighted to see this centre come to life for the benefit of travellers, locals, and the industry itself. 

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