We’ve changed since we started.
Our logo is different, our tours go to new places, and our birthday cakes have become a little tastier.
But everything that’s happened to us is incomparable to the changes our planet has been through.
Check out the events below, and see some of the things that have happened in the last 24 years.
But be warned, reading about these moments may make you feel as old as we do.
Mrs Doubtfire came out, and Rabbie's was founded in February.
The Channel Tunnel between England and France opened.
Braveheart was released.
Divers discovered the ancient port of Alexandria, Egypt.
Scientists in Scotland revealed the first successful cloning of an adult mammal, a sheep named Dolly.
The search engine, Google, was founded.
The proclaimed 6 billionth human in the world was born.
The World's largest ferris wheel (The London Eye) was opened.
13 of the most popular museums in England became free to visit.
Kelly Clarkson won the first American Idol contest.
China launched Shenzhou 5, the country's first manned space mission.
Facebook was launched as a social networking site only open to students from Harvard.
Steve Fossett became the first person to fly an airplane around the world solo without refueling.
Luxembourg becomes the 1st country to complete the move to all digital television broadcasting.
The final Harry Potter book was published, 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows'.
Apple sells the ultra-thin MacBook Air notebook that's less than an inch thick.
Carol Ann Duffy is appointed British Poet Laureate, the first woman Laureate.
The Burj Khalifa skyscraper in Dubai opened and became the world's tallest building.
The world's first synthetic organ transplant was successfully completed in Sweden.
The Summer Olympics were held in London, England. The top three medal winning countries during the games were the United States, China, and Great Britain.
Malala Yousafzai was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.
Queen Elizabeth II became Great Britain's longest-reigning monarch at 63 years. She beat the previous record set by her great-great-grandmother, Queen Victoria.
A Greenland shark was declared the oldest vertebrate animal in the world at 392 years old.
The United Nations General Assembly announced 2017 as the 'International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development'.