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UBC Museum of Anthropology

MOA, Canada’s contemporary museum of world arts and cultures, is a place of extraordinary architectural beauty, provocative programming, and exciting exhibitions. From towering totem poles in our spectacular Great Hall, to the iconic “The Raven and the First Men” sculpture in the Bill Reid Rotunda, to more than 10,000 objects from around the world housed in our new Multiversity Galleries, and cutting-edge temporary exhibitions on display in The Audain Gallery, MOA offers endless opportunities for visitors to discover and learn about their own and other cultures.

We also offer an outdoor totem display, elegant Shop, Café MOA, free guided gallery walks, and customized tours by special arrangement. Wheelchair accessible.

Recorded info: 604.822.5087
Museum Shop: 604.822.3440
Facility Rentals: 604.822.4643
Guided Tours/Group Bookings: 604.822.3825 /

Museum, Shop, & Café MOA Hours
Spring/Summer (May 18 through October 24, 2013) - Daily 10 am to 5 pm; Tuesday 10 am to 9 pm

Fall/Winter (Through May 17, 2013) - Tuesday 10 am to 9 pm; Wednesday to Sunday 10 am to 5 pm; closed Monday. Closed Dec 25.

Adult: $16.75
Student & Senior 65+ :$14.50
Family: $44.75
Tues evenings 5-9 pm: Flat rate $9 (groups included)
Children 6 and under: Free
Museum members: Free

Group Rates
For groups of 10 or more if booked in advance (call 604.822.3825)
Adult: $14.50
Student & Senior (65+): $12.25
Children 6 and under: Free

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  • Max Group Size: 25
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  • Cuisines: Chinese,French,German,Italian,Japanese,Spanish,Mandarin
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Meeting Facilities

Largest Rooms: 25.00

The Museum of Anthropology (MOA) presents Piga Picha!

  • Address: 6393 North West Marine Drive, Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z2
  • Recurrence: Recurring daily

The Museum of Anthropology (MOA) presents the North American premiere of Piga Picha!  Originally conceived and presented in Nairobi in 2009, ... http://moa.ubc.caView Details

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