Hours & Admissions
Effective January 2022
Open Wednesday to Sunday, 11 am – 5 pmClosed Monday and Tuesday
We encourage visitors to pre-purchase admission in order to minimize touchpoints when arriving at the Gallery. Please note that timed entry is not required for the Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art to maintain capacity requirements.
Under new provincial Public Health guidance, masks must be worn in the Gallery. We thank visitors for your co-operation, and look forward to welcoming you to the Gallery and our gift shop.
$1065 years or older
$8With valid ID
$613 to 17 years old
Free12 and under
$30Family includes 2 adults and 2 youth
Attention SFU Students
Enjoy free admission to the Gallery if you are a current student. (must show valid ID)
Accessible pricing available upon request
$6With valid ID
Free Admission Day
Thank you to our community partner—the Downtown Vancouver Business Improvement Association (DVBIA), we are able to offer FREE admission from 2 pm to 5 pm every first Friday of the month. Next date is Friday June 3, 2022.
How to get here
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 12 midnight and weekends/statutory holidays 9am to 6pm.
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.
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. How to Get Here
Support the Gallery
Your generosity helps provide the Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art 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.