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Give the gift of experience: Vancouver Museums Pass

Vancouver Attractions offers locals value-priced tickets to diverse arts and cultures
Explore must-see attractions with the Vancouver Museums Pass.

Vancouver is chock-full of cultural-rich experiences to enlighten, educate and entertain. As a local, you might already know this. But if you've yet to engage in the world-class museum and galleries throughout the city or if it's been a while since you stepped through their doors, get ready to be pleasantly surprised.

From the fresh and cutting-edge visiting exhibitions, permanent classics and celebrated collections, to the upcoming must-see exhibits, their appeal is wide-ranging—from children to seniors.

Support local with the new and exciting value-packed offerings by Vancouver Attractions. Explore seven diverse must-see attractions with the Vancouver Museums Pass and receive seven single ticket admissions for one incredible price: $70 (adult), $55 (senior 65+), $50 (youth 13-18), and $45 (child 4-12).

With your Vancouver Museums Pass you can visit these attractions, one time, any time throughout the year: Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden, Vancouver Art Gallery, Museum of Vancouver (MOV), Vancouver Maritime Museum, Beaty Biodiversity Museum, Museum of Anthropology and BC Sports Hall of Fame. Tickets expire December 31, 2022.

It's time to expand your horizons, celebrate what Vancouver has to offer, and reconnect with family and friends over a shared experience. Venture out and discover what you've been missing.

Here's a sneak peek:

Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden

Designed in the Ming Dynasty tradition, it was named the World’s Top City Garden by National Geographic. Highlights: the Double Corridor, jade green pond, koi fish, 43 leak windows, 150-year-old miniature trees and imported Tai Hu rocks. Various art and horticultural exhibits occur throughout the year. For the best experience, join a complimentary guided tour.

Vancouver Art Gallery

The gallery attracts global attention for its innovative visual arts. Immerse yourself in historic masterworks and ground-breaking contemporary exhibitions. Until May 2022, GROWING FREEDOM: The instructions of Yoko Ono/The art of John and Yoko, underscores the cornerstones of action, participation and imagination in the work of Yoko Ono and examines the collaborative works she undertook with her late husband John Lennon.

Museum of Vancouver (MOV)

Gain greater insight into Vancouver through stories, objects and the History Galleries. A popular favourite, the neon signs gallery. Presented with the Winnipeg Art Gallery, Boarder X, spotlights interdisciplinary contemporary art by Indigenous artists from across Canada, who surf, skate and snowboard. The temporary exhibition examines contested spaces, political borders, hybrid identities and traditional lands.

Vancouver Maritime Museum

Explore and learn about maritime history—the sea and the ships that sail it—a family-fun experience. Rotating art exhibits like shipwrecks, lighthouses, warships, and more. Until July 3, 2022, Canoe Cultures Ho'-ku-melh - War Canoes and the Gifts They Carry Forward. Ho’-ku-melh is Chinook Jargon meaning “to gather.” The exhibition is a gathering of 20 Indigenous artists and knowledge holders who share their gifts in this multi-sensory journey.

Beaty Biodiversity Museum

Stare through the jaws of the largest creature ever to live on Earth—the blue whale. And follow the footsteps of dinosaurs in Footprints in Time at Vancouver's only natural history museum. With hands-on activities for all ages, discover over 500 exhibits, including rich biological collections of birds, insects, fish, fossils and plants.

Museum of Anthropology (MOA)

One of the world's finest collections of First Nations art and artifacts, including Haida artist Bill Reid. Until March 27, 2022, Sankofa: African Routes, Canadian Roots looks at some divergent paths of political mobilization and cultural assertion taken by African and Black people in the diaspora. Works by contemporary artists in conversation with objects in MOA’s permanent collection, the exhibition shares stories, histories and projects of African and Black affirmation, drawing connections to historical contributions and the growing vitality of Black Canadians in Vancouver.

BC Sports Hall of Fame

Innovative engaging exhibits celebrate and honour the history of some of Canada’s most talented athletes, including Terry Fox and Rick Hansen, through interactive imagery and artifacts. Indigenous Sport Gallery features Aboriginal achievements in professional and amateur sports, traditional Indigenous games, Honoured Members of the BC Sports Hall of Fame, the work of the Four Host Nations during Vancouver 2010 Olympics, and more.

Limited time, limited quantity. Book today before the Vancouver Museums Pass sells out. Visit