Vancouver Art GalleryCurrently Closed
- Address: 750 Hornby St, Vancouver, BC V6Z 2H7, Canada
- Timings: 10:00 am - 09:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-6046624700
- Ticket Price: 24 USD
- Time Required: 00:30 Mins
- Tags: Art And Culture, Art Gallery, Family And Kids
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.
- You can also contact on +1 6046624719.
- 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.
- 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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2.64% of people who visit Vancouver include Vancouver Art Gallery in their plan
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The Vancouver Art Gallery is always a great place to go, especially with visitors from out of town. They always have some interesting exhibits. As well, they have a square on the North side out front, that has tables and chairs that anybody can sit at. The inside is really well Captain they have a fantastic souvenir shop. Tuesdays are also donation night, so you get in with any donation. It does tend to be very busy that night, so you may end up winding up to get in. Definitely worth it
Overall is pretty good. Except to certain one staff who work at the Shop, may challenge you by a measurement tape on what is balancing on a product; also may tell, sorry she Means it only: "it's on sale 50% off, what do you expect, perfectly no defect? besides, art is sarcastic, even that is a plush pillow, off scale is acceptable." Oh, even buying a few hundreds dollar item, be expected this girl will charge you a bag fee, that's a rainy day, I have no choice and no mood to argue. Just make sure You will bring a large grocery bag with you for shopping at Art Gallery. Yes, this is my true experience, what a shame, for this white, brown long hair, younger female, there would be NO stars at all. What a customer service. Oh yes, if I see she is working, then I will turn around, there is no point for me to buy a 50/50 and ruin my happy day. **** Lucky enough, there are still Mr White, Miss Asian, Mrs White (a bit older than That one only) and Mr Brown, they know what they are doing, besides, check them out, they have a big friendly smile that makes you feel... Yes, this is Vancouver. We welcome your visit, and be Happy to check around. They actually will tell you "if you need help, let me know.". For them, I will give 5 Stars.
we had only spent some of our time outside of the actual art gallery. Although we did not step inside the building, we did notice that it is huge and the surrounding courtyard houses people of all kinds enjoying lunch or just waiting for their afternoon bus to arrive. i hope to come back and be able to go inside the building and see what artwork they have on display
It really depends on the exhibition, the one I went was pretty interesting. Price is way too much, only free day is Tuesday after 5pm (big line, arrive early) and it's by donation so it's not really free, but you can pay even 5 cents if you want. Souvenir shop is really really cool, very interesting items, also expensive though!
Good place to go. Close to many transit and has good quality exhibition. The appearance of the building is wonderful. At the opposite side of the entrance, there is good cafe. Not only good for traveler, but also local people. In the back and the forth public spaces, many people take a rest, and sometimes free performances and festivals are held