Vancouver Attractions offers 7 different museums and galleries that encourage you to explore our world class indigenous collections, discover Vancouver’s history pre-colonization to the present, check out BC artists and visiting master collections, immerse yourself in natural history or the nature of our coast. Jump into the 1920’s or visit a national historic site and explore what once the Commonwealth’s largest Coppermine! So much to choose from, make your visit your own.
Remember, there’s no time limit, add another day or two to your holiday and take as much time as you want to explore!
A Vancouver icon, located at the University of British Columbia, MOA is world-renowned for its unsurpassed collection of North West Indigenous art, its public programs, innovative temporary exhibits, and community connections.
Explore permanent and temporary exhibitions and programs that encourage dynamic conversations about what was, is, and can be Vancouver.
Immerse yourself and discover historic masterworks and ground-breaking contemporary exhibitions as well as a permanent collection of BC artists.
Sea otters, sea lions, snakes and sloths…plus 60,000 other aquatic creatures, await your arrival at Canada’s largest aquarium. Long-established as a global leader in marine research, education and conservation, the Vancouver Aquarium offers visitors an unforgettable experience through face-to-face engagement with a wide array of amazing animals.
Explore this Natural History Museum and active research collection at the University of British Columbia, showcasing the diversity of living creatures of both the past and present, over 200 million species to be explored.
Stroll down the streets of a 1920s village exploring heritage and replica buildings. Period costumed townsfolk welcome visitors and give demonstrations in the homes, businesses and shops. Free admission, always, enjoy a complimentary Caroseul and Ice Cream Cone when you book three Vancouver Attractions here.
Experience an underground mine tour, pan for gold, enoy a 4D immersive experience in the The Mill Building, and engage with interactive exhibits as you explore 10 acres of history on this National Historic Site.