Museum of Anthropology at UBC

  • 6393 North West Marine Drive
  • Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z2
  • Phone: 604.822.5087

Just 20 minutes from downtown Vancouver and the Vancouver International Airport, the Museum of Anthropology at UBC houses one of the world’s finest displays of Northwest Coast First Nations arts in a spectacular Arthur Erickson designed building overlooking mountains and sea.

See magnificent carvings, weavings and contemporary artworks inside the soaring glass and concrete structure of the Museum’s Great Hall.

Admire the world’s largest collection of works by acclaimed Haida artist Bill Reid, including his famous cedar sculpture The Raven and the First Men.

Explore the Museum’s Multiversity Galleries where more than 9,000 objects from around the world are displayed.

Visit the award-winning Koerner Ceramics Gallery, displaying a collection of European ceramics unique to North America.

Stroll the Museum’s grounds, where monumental Haida houses, poles and Musqueam house posts capture the dramatic beauty of traditional Northwest Coast architecture and design. 

Enjoy a wide range of special exhibitions and public programs, including free guided gallery walks, and visit the MOA Shop.

604.822.5087 —

Monday–Wednesday: 10am – 5pm
Thursday: 10am– 9pm
Friday–Sunday: 10am – 5pm

Adult: $18
Seniors 65+: $16
Students: $16
Family: $47
Children 6 and under: Free
MOA Members: Free
UBC Students, Staff, Faculty: Free
Indigenous peoples: Free

Group Rates
For groups of 10 or more if booked in advance (call 604.822.3825)

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  • Largest Room 25
  • Number of Rooms 4

May 12, 2022 - January 1, 2023

The Museum of Anthropology (MOA) at UBC and The Americas Research Network (ARENET) announce the world premiere of Xicanx: Dreamers + Changemakers / Soñadores + creadores del cambio, on display at MOA from May 12, 2022–January 1, 2023. The exhibition will showcase for the first time in Canada the rich traditions of 33 Xicanx artists, whose art practices draw on their Mexican-American heritage and generations of activism that began as part of El Movimiento, the Chicano civil rights movement of the 1960s and 1970s in… more

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