Bc Sports Hall Of FameCurrently Open [Closes at 05:00 pm]
- Address: BC Place, Gate A of BC Place, 777 Pacific Blvd South, Vancouver, BC V6B 4Y8, Canada
- Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-6046875520
- Ticket Price: 15 USD
- Time Required: 01:30 Hrs
- Tags: Museum, Family And Kids, Specialty Museum
Bc Sports Hall Of Fame - Review
The BC Sports Hall of Fame and Museum has a collection of some of the best memorabilia of players of aboriginals games and ice hockey including an exhibit of the Vancouver 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Games along with the medals.
The museum honours the best female athletes throughout history and includes autographs, information on coaches, videos and photos. The highlight of the place is the Nancy Greene's Olympic torch that is passed down by 5 people through the game’s history. A visit here is not just interesting but inspiring.
Bc Sports Hall Of Fame Ticket Prices
Admission fee: Tax excluded
- Adult: $ 15
- Senior (65+ years): $12
- Students (with ID): $12
- Youth (6-17 years): $12
- Kids (5 years & under): Free
- Family (2 adults, 2 youth): $40
- You & Me (1 adult, 1 youth): $25
- Group Rates (10+ people): $8.50
- All Access Experience: $20
For other prices, visit the official website.
How To reach Bc Sports Hall Of Fame by Public Transport
- By Bus: NB Smithe St FS Expo Blvd
- Skytrain: Stadium-Chinatown Station
- Ferry: Plaza of Nations Ferry Dock
- By Taxi
- By renting a Car/ Bicycle/Scooter.
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Bc Sports Hall Of Fame, Vancouver Reviews
Had a surprisingly fantastic time here. I've heard about this place for a while but never really ventured here till recently. I thought my kids wouldn't really be that keen on the memorabilia and it would bore them. But there's a fantastic participation area that has a running track, hockey shootout, foosball table, bubble hockey table, climbing wall and further in another room there's a driver simulator. There's also a wheel chair simulator in the Rick Hansen area. We probably spent 30 minutes on the exhibits but a good 90 minutes in the participation area. Being said, the exhibits are great. The whole Terry Fox room was very good, got a bit emotional reading it. Rick Hansen's room was good as well. Lots of olympics memorabilia. Greg Moore exhibit was good too. There was a great look out to the field of BC place. Price wise, it's quite reasonable. If you're looking for a better deal, if you have a ticket stub from a recent Canucks, Lions or Whitecaps game, you can go in for 50% off. Definitely worth it if you've never been!
It's good. There is some good history and good displays. Very cheap at $15 being Vancouver. Much better value than other paid activities in Vancouver. Worth visiting if you have any interest in sport.
Our tour guide, Rebecca, was FANTASTIC! Full of fun-facts and added a ton of colour to the all access tour of the facility.
It was good. Alot more to the place than you think when you walk in the door. Cool view of the pitch from the viewing area and all the olympic memorabilia is pretty cool
When I left the entertaining BC Sports Hall Of Fame and Museum, I felt like a great champion, and I add that the person who welcomed me was really friendly.