Hours & Admissions

Gallery Hours

The Gallery & Gallery Shop are open daily 10am-5pm

Our Satellite Shop located in the SFU Vancouver Bookstore at Harbour Centre (555 West Hastings St, Vancouver) is open:
Monday-Saturday: 11am-5pm
Sundays & Holidays: CLOSED

Ticket Prices

Regular Admission

Adults:

$13

Seniors:

$10

Students:

$8

With valid ID

Youth:

$6

13 to 17 Years Old

Children:

Free

12 and under

Family:

$30

Family includes 2 adults and 2 youth

Indigenous Peoples:

Free

Gallery Members:

Free

Attention SFU Students

Enjoy free admission to the Gallery if you are a current student. (must show valid ID)

Accessible pricing available upon request

Group Admissions Groups of 10 or more only

Adults:

$11

Seniors:

$8

Students:

$6

With valid ID

Purchase Tickets

Free Admission Day

Thanks to our partnership with the Vancouver International Airport we are able to offer
FREE admission from 2 to 5pm every first Friday of the month.
Next date is Friday, August 3, 2018
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Getting Here

How to get here

Driving
We are located at 639 Hornby Street (Between Georgia Street and Dunsmuir Street) in downtown Vancouver. Hornby Street is a one-way street that runs north.
Street parking is available on the west side of Hornby. Underground parking below the gallery is available and is open Monday to Friday 6am to midnight and weekends/stat holidays 9am to 6pm.

Transit
We can be easily accessed via SkyTrain from the Canada Line’s City Centre Station located in Pacific Centre or the Millenium/Expo Line’s Burrard Station.

ACCESSIBILITY

A wheelchair accessible path is located between Christ Church Cathedral and Cathedral Place on Georgia Street. This takes you through the courtyard and to the Gallery entrance.

The exhibitions at the Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art are on two levels. There is an elevator in the Gallery to take you up to the second level. Accessibility washroom is located on the lower level.

Support The Gallery

Your generosity helps provide Gallery access to low-income families, fund public programs, create space for emerging Indigenous artists, and more. Explore the different ways you can support the Gallery.

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