Organization: Canadian Corporation for the 1967 World Exhibition Product: Advertisement Year: c. 1967
Columbus Goofed. The world is flat.
Not only flat, but just three and a half miles from end to end. Come to Montreal, Canada this year and see for yourself.
In 987 astonishing acres you will discover a new world. A world of science, the arts, exploration, hopes, dreams, entertainment and fun. A world created by the governments of some 70 nations, at a cost of hundreds of millions of dollars, to give you an authentic picture of life in lands around the globe.
It’s called Expo 67. The greatest international exhibition of them all, and the first of its kind ever held in North America.
Imagine a group of green islands in the St. Lawrence River, linked by graceful bridges, crisscrossed by canals and lagoons. Amid trees and fountains stand well over 100 pavilions, spreading before you the genius of men from five continents. In this magical city throng people from every corner of the earth.
You could call your visit to Expo 67 a glimpse of the world our grandchildren will know. Or a marvellously carefree trip abroad. Or a college education, in days. Or a real ball. Whatever you call it, you’ll never forget it.
Expo 67 opens on April 28th, for six wonderful months only. Where else is there to go on vacation this year?
Start planning now. Expo 67 admission tickets at reduced advance prices saves you up to 29%, are on sale at banks, travel agents, department stores, automobile clubs, American Express offices, and wherever you see the Expo 67 sign.
Accommodations: LOGEXPO, the official bureau, guarantees you a place to stay, at government controlled prices. Reserve now – write, mentioning dates and type of accommodations, to LOGEXPO, Expo 67, Montreal, P.Q., Canada. Or see your travel agent.
The physical version of this product is part of the federal identity archive.