Roedde House Museum, Vancouver
Roedde House Museum, Vancouver - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: 1415 Barclay St, Vancouver, BC V6G 1J6, Canada
Ticket Price: 5 USD
Time Required: 00:30 Mins
Timings: 01:00 pm - 04:00 pm Details
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About Roedde House Museum, Vancouver
With a historic collection spread across 11 rooms, the Roedde House Museum offers a walk in early 20th century in the life of a middle-class immigrant family in the Canada. The house itself is restored to preserve the late Anne Queen Revival style architecture while the original furnishings, décor and artefacts complete the ambience.
The guided tours really breathe life into the visit with fascinating tales of the family and the way of life during the 20th century.
Roedde House Museum Ticket Prices
- Guided Tour $5.00
- Sunday (Tea and Tour): $ 8
- Children under 12: Free
How To reach Roedde House Museum by Public Transport
- By Bus: EB Robson St FS Nicola St
- Skytrain: Burrard Station
- By Taxi
- By renting a Car/ Bicycle/Scooter
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Roedde House Museum, Vancouver Reviews - Write a Review
Roedde House museum is an interesting peek into middle class life in Vancouver 100 years ago. When I visited, the volunteer docent was friendly and knowledgeable. I was most interested in the old pictures of Vancouver, as well as some of the artifacts connected with prominent figures in Vancouver's history. I suspect that these would hold more interest for people familiar with Vancouver than those visiting the city. That said, the price of admission is modest and would be worthwhile to anyone with an interest in history. Heritage Square, adjacent to the house, is charming and open to the public for free.
Had a volunteer guide. Going to hear music next time. Nice place. Nothing is authentic to the Roedde family however the house is filled with period pieces. This house is not wheelchair accessible. I do not recommend bringing small children or people with mobility issues. Understandably the passages are narrow, the steps are steep and everything is untouchable. There may have been a staff washroom but there definitely is not a gift shop or cafe. They are looking for volunteers.
Step back in time and see what it was like to be part of a middle class family in Vancouver nearly 100 years ago. Four parking spaces in back for visitors. Open 1 to 4 p.m. Tu to Sun.
What a hidden gem! Fascinating little museum providing an insight into the architecture and heritage of Vancouver through the home & artefacts of the Roedde family, located in a beautiful, peaceful, leafy square away from all the hustle & bustle (and yet only a few minutes from Robson Street).
We stumbled across this lovely little museum while exploring the residential area nearby the Westin Bayshore. The house was built in the 1920s. It is so nice to see this architecturally beautiful home restored and maintained as a museum. While the furnishings are not original to the home, they are appropriate to the Era.