Museum of Anthropology Vancouver

vancouver, canada

History and Culture , Architecture , Art Galleries , Museums
At Museum of Anthropology travelers can witness traditional and contemporary art from acrosss the world. Magnificent carvings, weavings and contemporary artwork will keep you entertained. Few must see things here include the Raven and the First Men, Bear and Wasco sculptures, Totem Poles from Haida, and Haida Houses.
About Contact Location
About Contact Location
event_available When to visit: january - december
access_time Timing:
Closed : Monday
10:00 - 17:00 : Sunday, Tuesday - Wednesday, Friday - Saturday
10:00 - 21:00 : Thursday
hourglass_empty Duration: 3 hours
account_balance_wallet Entry Fee: CA$ 18
info Tips: Entry charges on Thursday evening (5 – 9 pm) is 10 CAD | The 4, 14, 25, 33, 41, 43, 44, 49, 84, 99 B-Line, 480 buses arrive at UBC Exchange Bay 2—a 15 minute walk to MOA.
Museum of Anthropology is located at the University of British Columbia (UBC) campus in Vancouver. Here visitors can explore traditional and contemporary art from cultures acrosss the world. The building is known for its architecture and overlooks the mountains and ocean.
Highlights
- the yellow cedar sculpture The Raven and the First Men by Bill Reid
- Bear and Wasco (Sea Wolf) sculptures
- Musqueam artifacts
- totem poles from Haida and other First Nations village
- Haida houses and Musqueam house
How to Reach
Bus:
- 4, 14, 25, 33, 41, 43, 44, 49, 84, 99 B-Line and 480 buses arrive at UBC Exchange Bay 2 (15-minute walk from MOA)
- 4 and 14 buses arrive on and depart from University Boulevard (20-minute walk from MOA)
- 68 UBC Exchange/Lower Mall shuttle bus departs from UBC Exchange 1

Contact

local_phone +1 604 8223825
3:45 AM Local Time

Location

6393 Northwest Marine Drive UBC Vancouver Greater Vancouver A Greater Vancouver British Columbia Canada V6T 1Z2
City center: Vancouver
Nearest airport: Vancouver International Airport

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