Museum Of AnthropologyCurrently Closed
- Address: 6393 NW Marine Dr, Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z2, Canada
- Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-6048275932
- Ticket Price: 18 CAD
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Museums, History Museums
The Museum of Anthropology, in the University of British Columbia is sure to be a treat for both art and history lovers. The world’s art and culture finds a wonderful homage through this museum. Their objective is to create interest in the world of Anthropology and they do so brilliantly.
The great hall is decorated by artefacts and is often home to a huge number of concerts and lectures. There are a few outdoor exhibits and a stunning ceramics gallery. There is truly a lot to see and do here so do make sure you have enough time to do all that. They also have quite a few exhibitions and public programs that you should certainly check out during your visit there.
The museum may not be ideal for very young children but slightly older kids will love it. It is a great attraction for families as well as culture seekers. Also, visit the popular attractions in the city by following Vancouver Itinerary 4 Days.
- Adults: $18
- Students & Seniors: $16
- Family: $47
- Adult groups: $16
- Group students: $13
- Cafe open daily: 10:00am - 4:30pm
- Open on holidays.
Museum and shop hours:
- Saturday to Wednesday & Friday: 10:00am - 5:00pm
- Thursday: 10:00am - 9:00pm
- UBC Bus Stop
- Nearby bus station: WB NW Marine Dr FS Cecil Green Park Rd
- Sage Bistro
- Agora Cafe
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86.61% of people who visit Vancouver include Museum Of Anthropology in their plan
11 AM - 12 PM
77.55% of people start their Museum Of Anthropology visit around 11 AM - 12 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Museum Of Anthropology
92.61% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Museum Of Anthropology
This place is so awesome. Fun place to come for a date. Or with family, or alone! My grandparents were in town fr California and wanted to go, so I took them (my 3rd time) and we took the 230 free tour. The woman giving the tour was well-informed and passionate. Probably in her 60s (I hope that's not rude, but I forgot her name). We stayed after the tour for a while and talked with her quite a bit, along with some others that stuck around. Definitely go. Also Thursday pm is discount night.
The Totem Room is awe inspiring. The landscaping and architecture are impressive. A must go to place to understand the Pacific Northwest experience. I take all of my out of town friends here. Simply amazing.
Unique world-class exhibit. The core of the museum is built around an outstanding collection of Indigenous Peoples art & artifacts from the Pacific Northwest and around the world. So, if you are interested in Aboriginal or First Nations culture, then this is an amazing place to visit. The collection of totem poles is superb and in the other half of the gallery, don't just look at the displays. There are actually drawers upon drawers of other items to see. Each time you open a drawer, you will discover a fascinating piece of history and a window into a very different, interesting way of life.
Beautiful layout with a all outside and great exhibits in display. Allot a good 2-3 hours if you want to go through all the rooms in some detail. Don't miss out on the exhibits behind the building next to the lake
So much to see to do it in one day. One can walk the Museum in one day, however to really appreciate the Museum I would say two maybe even three days. I was so overwhelmed with all the different exhibits. I really enjoyed the artists work from Masks, Totem poles, clothing, boats, arrows, spears, paddles, tools, dolls, idols, Gods, statues, cookware, eating utensils. Rows and rows of artifacts. The Museum is wheel chair friendly, it has a cafeteria, however no food or drink is allowed in the Museum where artifacts are, the museum provides lockers has bathrooms right from the entrance toward the cafeteria. You are allowed to take pictures, videos, but again so much to see and want to share it's an amazing place. I would say bring your well behaved children they would enjoy it.