Museums & Galleries

PACIFIC MUSEUM OF THE EARTH

Pacific Museum of the Earth

Explore the Pacific Museum of Earth and discover the wonders of our dynamic Earth. Tour 4.5 billion years through the evolution of Earth, touch a real dinosaur bone, be informed about the hazards of natural disasters, gaze at dazzling mineral and gem displays, and learn about the mineralogical guts of your smartphone.

604.822.6992pme.ubc.ca

MUSEUM OF ANTHROPOLOGY

Museum of Anthropology

MOA is a place of extraordinary architectural beauty, provocative programming, and exciting exhibitions. From towering totem poles in its spectacular Great Hall, to more than 10,000 objects from around the world housed in our Multiversity Galleries, MOA offers endless opportunities for visitors to discover and learn about their own and other cultures. We also offer an elegant Shop, Café MOA, free guided gallerywalks, and customized tours by special arrangement.
604.822.5087 | www.moa.ubc.ca

MORRIS AND HELEN BELKIN ART GALLERY

Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery

Internationally recognized for its exhibitions, programs, and online projects, the Belkin Art Gallery is one of Canada’s premier showcases for contemporary art. We specialize in Canadian avant-garde art of the 1960s and 1970s. Download the UBC Outdoor Art Tour and discover UBC in a new way. Free admission and tours.
604.822.2759 | www.belkin.ubc.ca

IRVING K. BARBER LEARNING CENTRE. ©Lara Swimmer Photography

Irving K. Barber Learning Centre

The Learning Centre’s spectacular 250,000 sq ft facility features contemporary artworks – including a piece from Musqueam artist Brent Sparrow – a dazzling chandelier by John Nutter, and the exceptional Chung Collection. Take in a reading, or relax at Ike’s Café.
604.822.3310 | www.ikebarberlearningcentre.ubc.ca | ©Lara Swimmer Photography

BEATY BIODIVERSITY MUSEUM

Beaty Biodiversity Museum

Explore UBC’s spectacular biological collections through exhibits and programs. More than two million specimens of plants, marine invertebrates, insects, fish, vertebrates, fungi, and fossils showcase the stunning natural history of British Columbia and beyond. The Beaty is also home to the largest blue whale skeleton on display in Canada.
604.827.4955 | www.beatymuseum.ubc.ca