Organization: Canadian Corporation for the 1967 World Exhibition
No exposition like it in this century
Meet the World.
Expo 67 is the first internationally-endorsed, first-category exposition to be held in the Americas the greatest international spectacle this hemisphere has ever seen. Timed to coincide with and be part of Canada’s 100th birthday celebration, Expo 67 will present a panorama of man’s achievements aspirations and future. An exposition of fun and education Expo 67 will enthrall you in ways no other exposition has attempted in this century.
Date: April 28 to October 27, 1967.
All pavilions free
You’ll see all the world, all in one place – the best of over 70 nations, from the Soviet Union to Japan, from Czechoslovakia to France, from Latin America to the new African nations. And there’s no admission charge at any pavilion.
“Man and his World”
Organized around this theme, Expo 67 will make you think, laugh, wonder, enjoy and understand. Fascinating and unusual theme pavilions will depict every aspect of man’s existence.
Fun and games
At La Ronde, the dazzling amusement park – a roundup of the world’s happiest entertainment, with international stars, thrilling rides, pioneer village, gourmet dishes. Plus vivid pageantry daredevil performances, and much, much more.
A summer-long parade of events in the 25,000-seat Automotive Stadium highlighted by a 4-day track meet.
Big discounts-buy now:
Tickets (called Passports) to the exposition’s fun and excitement can be had at substantial savings – if you buy now. Example a 7-day Passport, good any 7 consecutive days, will cost you only $6.00; you save almost 50% on gate price. Also at discount 1-day and season Passports. Children (2-12) at half price. Buy your Passports now at banks, travel agencies, airlines, selected retail establishments Express Travel Office. For information about bulk-purchase discounts, or your nearest American American Express Company International Expositions, call or write 65 Broadway, New York, New York 10006. Order now-before prices go up on August 1, 1966. A nice thing about going to Canada is that you don’t need a passport to enter And a nice thing about Expo 67 is that an Expo Passport lets you enter so much.
The physical version of this product is part of the federal identity archive.