Open Hours: Winter: W-Su 11a-5p; Tu 11a-9p. Summer: W-M 10a-5p; Tu 10a-9p
This award-winning glass and concrete structure holds one of the world's most extensive collections of Northwest Coast First ... More
Museum of Anthropology
This award-winning glass and concrete structure holds one of the world's most extensive collections of Northwest Coast First Nations art. This University of British Columbia museum is a must-see. History, culture and art are on display in an atmosphere of tranquility and light. See totem poles, canoes, and sculptures in silver, gold and wood. There's also a gift shop inside and guided tours from 11:30am-2pm. Admission: CAD9 adults, CAD7 seniors and students, free for children six and under. Free for everyone from 5p-9p on Tuesdays.
The place isn't much to look at, but this doesn't discourage people from making a pilgrimage just to get here.
Each day, regular as a clockwork, a massive line up starts outside Anton's around 5p. The secret? The size ...
Housed in what was once McGill University's student union building, this museum was born in 1921 the vision of passionate
collector David Ross McCord. Today it houses almost 900,000 objects consisting of ethnological and archaeological materials, costumes and textiles, ...
Located at the University of British Columbia, the Museum of Anthropology offers one of the world's most extensive collections of
Northwest Coast First Nations art. This is a definite must see for those who enjoy history, culture and art. ...