The Vancouver Art Gallery is a world-renowned art museum whose building is a magnificent architectural monument. Here are a lot of art masterpieces. In addition to the permanent exhibition, the Gallery systematically holds exhibitions of works by old masters and leading contemporary artists. It houses a magnificent collection of works by Emily Carr, a popularly beloved artist from British Columbia. Be sure to visit the Gallery on weekends - come with the whole family as children: special events are held for them.
A visit to the Vancouver Art Gallery will be remembered for a long time! The Gallery building is an outstanding architectural monument, with a luxurious foyer, a rotunda, a high four-story dome, beautiful marble staircases, as well as ancient courtrooms decorated with wooden panels, with the judicial chairs remaining to this day. In addition, any visitor, if desired, can order the services of a personal guide. The Vancouver Art Gallery is a city's favorite venue for celebrations and special occasions.
Vancouver Art Gallery occupies an entire city block located in the heart of Vancouver. The following streets lead to the gallery: Georgia (Georgia), Hornby (Hornby), Robson (Hornby) and Howe (Howe). You can enter the gallery either from Hornby Street or from Robson Street Plaza (next to Howe Street). Both entrances are equipped with all necessary facilities for people with disabilities.