Vancouver houses, within its borders, a great many things, but it’s only at the Corkscrew Inn Wine Museum that you’ll be treated to the largest panoply of corkscrews and wine openers you’ll likely ever see. What you may not know, however, is that corkscrews and assorted openers aren’t/weren’t only for booze; many of the devices at the Corkscrew Inn had other uses, such as opening tins of shoe polish, or medicine. Caveat: this museum isn’t open to the public. Only to guests of the Inn itself.
More info: corkscrewinn.com