Established in 1931, the Vancouver Art Gallery boasts thousands
of national and international exhibitions by a range of artists,
sculptors and photographers, housed in a turn-of-the-century
heritage building in the centre of downtown Vancouver. The building
also houses a cafe and shop. National and international touring
exhibitions take place regularly at the Gallery, from Picasso to
Rodin, Andy Warhol and others. Whether you prefer the Old Masters
or more contemporary artists, the Vancouver Art Gallery is well
worth paying a visit.
Address: 750 Hornby Street Website: www.vanartgallery.bc.ca Telephone: (604) 662 4719 Transportation: Skytrain to Granville or Burrard Stations; any downtown
bus Opening Time: Open daily, from 10am to 5pm (until 9pm on
Tuesdays) Admission: Summer (28 May to 25 September): C$22.50 (adults), C$16
(student with ID), C$7 (children). Winter: C$19.50 (adults); C$13
(student with ID); C$7 (children). Other concessions are
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