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Museum of Vancouver Admission
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Museum of Vancouver Admission
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The Museum of Vancouver (MOV) connects Vancouverites to each other and connects the city to the world. An enthusiastic civic advocate, MOV is dedicated to encouraging a deeper understanding of Vancouver through stories, objects and shared...more
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1100 Chestnut St | at Vanier Park, Vancouver, British Columbia V6J 3J9, Canada
Granville Island & Fairview
+1 604-736-4431
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

We came because of the Haida ( First Nations) exhibition which will carry on for another year - Fantastic exhibition especially with complementary guided tour of ‘Haida Now’ BUT No cafe (slot machines) only ( they are missing a trick as same building houses the...More

Thank Salmas52
Reviewed 1 week ago

very nice and formative loved the st roch exhibit and also all of the marine artifacts mostly to do with the lovely city ofVancouver

Thank Andrew T
Reviewed 12 July 2018

This museum is located in in the Kitsilano district of Vancouver just on the other side of the Burrard Street bridge. Some of the interesting exhibits we saw included: • Japanese exhibit including the internment of the Japanese during World War II • Chinatown and...More

Thank Bottomshelfhockey
Reviewed 3 July 2018 via mobile

While taking an early morning walk, I passed by this museum and my visit was quite informative and interesting. I had not known that the city is named after George Vancouver (1757 - 1798), a British Naval Officer who chartered the coastline. The indigenous people...More

Thank John Q
Reviewed 1 July 2018 via mobile

Great place to start our trip to Vancouver esp as can easy combine with Granville Island market. Haida Now exhibition is brilliant intro to a First Nation culture and history and main exhibitions informative without being overwhelming. Front desk staff really nice too.

Thank Justinia L
Reviewed 27 June 2018

My wife asked the ticket clerk a simple polite question, and was answered very rudely—fortunately that was when we were on the way out, so it did not ruin our visit. With a little variation, the permanent exhibits (although technically well executed) would be applicable...More

Thank johnpE908TO
Reviewed 20 June 2018

Living in the Vancouver area for over twenty years this is my first visit to the MOV. The H.R. MacMillan Space Centre is part of the same building and a combination ticket is possible. The museum itself is fairly small and is in two wings...More

Thank smrgeog
Reviewed 19 June 2018

This was truly a great place to visit in Vancouver, BC. There were exhibits that told the history of the Vancouver area ranging from the native people up until the present day. The native people exhibit explained the settlements and the legends of this region....More

Thank garbeau65
Reviewed 11 June 2018

The museum exhibits as they relate to the history of Vancouver. Of particular interest to us was the display of historic neon signs. We typically allow a couple of hours to tour the museum

Thank Renegade225
Reviewed 1 June 2018 via mobile

The exhibts were well set out but I felt their were not enough to see though. The going through time was good but nothing from 1980s onwards which was odd.

Thank Mark D
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Granville Island & Fairview
One of the favoured neighbourhoods for a day out,
Granville Island's packed theatres and art studios,
hobby shops and book stores, restaurants and bars, all
offer a plethora of activities and entertainment
options, leaving no one bored. The highlight of the
area is the Fisherman's Wharf, where the seagulls
overhead and the smell of the sea invigorate its many
visitors, some of who are there to shop the fresh
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Response from Lisa1422 | Reviewed this property |
Make sure it's Science World though, not Science Museum! Have fun!