University Of British Columbia, Vancouver

University Of British Columbia - A Quick Overview

Address: 2329 West Mall, Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z4, Canada

Phone: +1-6048222211

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About University Of British Columbia, Vancouver

The University of British Columbia is more than an institute and has a number of attractions within its grounds. The Beaty Museum, Irvin Barber learning centre, Botanical Garden, Museum of Anthropology, Notibe Memorial Garden along with the Chan Centre of Performing art and Frederic Wood theatre- all form a world of its own.

Take a walk around the campus to see the historic buildings and explore the popular museums and art galleries located here.

University Of British Columbia Ticket Prices

  • For prices of attractions in the university, visit the official website.

University Of British Columbia Opening and Closing Hours

  • You can register for a tour online to visit the campus.
  • For timings of other attractions in the university, visit the official website.
  • Recommended time to visit between: 10:30am – 02:00pm

How To reach University Of British Columbia by Public Transport

  • By Bus: NB East Mall FS Eagles Dr
  • By Taxi
  • By renting a Car, Bicycle or Scooter.

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University Of British Columbia, Vancouver Reviews

  • Great to have a public space like this in the heart of downtown. It's perfect for eating lunch outside or just taking a break. There's free ice skating in the winter, and free dance lessons throughout the summer.

  • This area hosts many events throughout the year. Very convenient as it's minutes away from skytrain stations.

  • The greatest events happen there. Make sure you are arround between december to februrary where they turn the square into an ice rink (skating FOR FREE!) ..except skating shoes which are very cheap to rent.

  • What a pleasant surprise walking up to this place was!! the stairs are very cool and the sculptures as well. it was inspiring to me to see different groups of youths practising competitive dance routines, thats just something you don't see where I am from. I love coming here!!

  • Nice architecture .

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