Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver

Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: 750 Hornby St, Vancouver, BC V6Z 2H7, Canada

Phone: +1-6046624700

Ticket Price: 24 USD

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Time Required: 00:30 Mins

Timings: 10:00 am - 09:00 pm Details

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About Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver

The Vancouver Art Gallery is the 5th largest art gallery in Canada and has a collection of 11,000 artworks including creations of British Columbian artists Emily Carr, Jeff Wall and Marc Chagall among others. Seeing the neoclassical courthouse that adds to the ambience of the gallery, is an added perk while the uber-cool events held here including the FUSE event that combines a modern nightclub amidst the artsy gallery, is something no traveler must miss!

End the visit with a quick bite at the café.

Vancouver Art Gallery Information

  • You can also contact on +1 6046624719.

Vancouver Art Gallery Ticket Prices

Admission Fee:

  • Adult: $24
  • Senior (65+): $18
  • Student With valid ID): $18
  • Children (Age 6 to 12): $6.50
  • Children 5 and under: Free
  • Family (Maximum 2 adults and 4 children): $55
  • Gallery Members: Free
  • Persons with disabilities: Full admission price with free admission for one attendant.
  • Tuesday Evenings: 5:00pm to 9:00pm by donation.

For other prices, visit the official website.

How To reach Vancouver Art Gallery by Public Transport

  • By Bus: SB Howe St FS w Georgia St
  • By Skytrain: Burrard Station
  • By Ferry: Waterfront Stn SeaBus Northbound
  • By Taxi
  • By renting a Car, Bicycle or Scooter.

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Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver Reviews

  • Never fails to marvel. Four floors to explore and experience many forms of art, either national or international. Have been there 3 times, and have always had a wonderful time. Tuesdays you get to enter by donation, so expect a long line if the day is nice. Perfect choice for rainy days.

  • Saw the Monet exhibit just before it closed then a quick shuttle through the Emily Carr exhibit (permanent). The former was ecstatically good. Nicely curated and with good informational signage. The latter gave me a deeper appreciation of Carr's work. Very enjoyable though her oeuvre seems much more coldly philosophical than Monet's who seems to let heaven flow from his brush. How did he achieve that truth with such spare treatment? The gallery is surprisingly small (in my opinion).

  • I have been going here for the last two years on a regular basis and have been consistently enjoying my experience. The art showcased covers a wide range of art forms and puts a spotlight on artists from Canada in a tactful way. My only complaint would be that their tours are too irregular. But that’s minimal. And only requires a bit of extra planning.

  • The Monet exhibition was tastefully put together: enough space to move around and facilities well organized. The restaurant is gorgeous! Vivaldi guitar concerto playing in the roof garden, birds tweeting, fragrant flowers and Sunday lunch with friends made a lovely afternoon! Spacious with plenty of seating - not like London, UK where you try to stand (inconspicuously as possible) like vultures around the tables at the V&A or Tate Britain!

  • Very well priced for the main art gallery in a major city although not as cheap as European galleries if that's what you're used to. I went round quite happily in about 45 minutes. Very interesting exhibitionists with a good number of Canadian artists on display.

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