Located in the heart of The Shipyards on North Vancouver’s waterfront, and only 12 minutes from Downtown Vancouver, The Polygon Gallery & MONOVA: Museum of North Vancouver provide two exceptional cultural experiences for the price of one.
Both the gallery and museum are located in the same block and are locally-loved gathering places surrounded by restaurants, the Spirit Trail seawall and Lonsdale Quay Market. Catch the 12 minute SeaBus ride from Downtown Vancouver to the North Shore and make a day of it!
The newly opened MONOVA: Museum of North Vancouver is transforming the way visitors experience North Vancouver’s stories. Stories are the threads that weave us together and form the fabric of community. At MONOVA, you’ll find yourself drawn in to landscapes you knew nothing about, meeting people from different eras, and contemplating what it all means for our future.
Current exhibits and programs can be found here on our website Monova
The Polygon Gallery is a vibrant art institution that inspires and provokes cultural insight through adventurous programming. Exhibitions in photography and related media rotate seasonally in the award-winning waterfront facility. Don’t miss the carefully curated Gallery Store for unique gifts by local makers and international brands.
Current exhibitions can be found on our website The Polygon
The Polygon Gallery is located at 101 Carrie Cates Court and MONOVA: Museum of North Vancouver is located at 115 West Esplanade.
Both institutions are adjacent to Lonsdale Quay, approximately 700 meters east of the Lonsdale Quay SeaBus Terminal.
Wednesday to Sunday 10:00am to 5:00pm, late on Thursdays until 8:00pm
Masks and physical distancing required for all visitors 12 years and older.
MONOVA: Museum of North Vancouver
Hours of operation: Thursday to Sunday 11:00am to 5:00pm.
Vaccine passports, masks, and physical distancing required for all visitors 12 years and older.
101 Carrie Cates Court
North Vancouver, BC V7M 3J4
115 West Esplanade
North Vancouver, BC V7M 0G7
Phone: 604.990.3700 (ext. 8016)