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Exploring Museum of Anthropology

The recently renovated Museum of Anthropology sits on the waterfront and displays Native American artifacts and European ceramics. Among the many excellent exhibits are collections of totem poles, sculptures, beads and ceremonial masks. Bill Reid's artwork, some of which was stolen in a 2008 heist, is exceptional.


Accommodations near Museum of Anthropology

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Vancouver is the Best Location Yaletown Luxury Suites, which has been booked 13 times from our Hotels.com verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Point Grey Guest House in Vancouver as it has been reserved 5 times.


Sightseeing near Museum of Anthropology

- Christ Church Cathedral


This beautiful structure is one of two cathedrals in all of British Columbia. Regular Mass is held here, but non-worshippers are welcome to come inside and explore Christ Church's ornate interior at other times.


- Grouse Mountain


A fun attraction in all seasons, Grouse Mountain is equipped with a cable car that speeds passengers to the summit, for the view or (in winter) to ski. The range of outdoor attractions is impressive and includes wildlife exhibitions, ice skating, sleighing and mountain biking. Movies are screened inside the lodge.


Transportation near Museum of Anthropology

Public transport in Vancouver consists of an elevated SkyTrain system, buses and SeaBus ferries, which are all linked up by TransLink card. These services are frequent and reliable and the light rail system links up with bus stations. The SkyTrain also serves the eastern and southern suburbs. Getting to Vancouver Island is easy and there are frequent ferries throughout the day, while taxis run 24 hours.


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