Roedde House MuseumCurrently Closed
- Address: 1415 Barclay St, Vancouver, BC V6G 1J6, Canada
- Timings: 01:00 pm - 04:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-6046847040
- Ticket Price: 5 USD
- Time Required: 00:30 Mins
- Tags: Museum, Family And Kids
Roedde House Museum - Review
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
Get up close and personal with Vancouver history. Not that many places would let you touch the items. Hope visitors are careful and watch the kids. Staff was very knowledgeable and gave us a great tour.
Interesting old house in Vancouver's West End. Very tight staircases and the rooms are all very small. Would not want to go there on a day when there were tons of people. Crammed with all kinds of artifacts and pictures from that era Late 1900's. Kind of a buzz kill when you came down stairs and you ended up in a kitchen full of microwaves and dishwashers etc. I imagine if you had a guided tour they would more than likely steer you away from that area. A guided tour will set you back only $5 well worth it. Since I am sure there are a lot of stories to be told about that house and the artifacts it encases. Nice green space on the West side to relax whether permitting. But isn't that always the case in Vancouver.
Make sure to check website for VERY limited hours of operation. If you're into local history this is a neat experience. Allow 45 mins to 2 hrs depending on your interest level. Believe there's a tour or guide available. Volunteers were very knowledgeable.
A hidden gem. What a treat to visit the Roedde Museum. It’s really well done and the live music series is fantastic. Subscribe to their newsletter to stay in the know.
A wonderful glimpse into that period in Vancouver history just after the rapacious axes of the Canadian Pacific leveled the local forests and cleared the way for their trains to connect Canada from sea to shining sea. As usual, the developers were here before everyone, building neighbourhoods everywhere. Two deer heads mounted on one wall were shot in nearby Stanley Park. The Roedde House museum is a beautiful example of the architecture of the era. It is fitted out in furnishings and artifacts that fit the period.
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