The Royal BC Museum

675 Belleville St.
Victoria, BC V8W 9W2- Map It
(250) 356-7226

AAA Editor Notes

The Royal BC Museum is on the Inner Harbour at 675 Belleville St. at Government St. Two floors of displays reflect the human and natural history of British Columbia. The early 1900s Old Town Gallery has a theater with silent movies, a saloon, shops and a hotel. The Natural History Gallery showcases several different exhibits including a coastal rain forest diorama highlighted by live plants and tidal-pool animals, and a climate change exhibit which explores the province’s future climate. The First Peoples Gallery includes an exhibit focusing on the historic Nisga'a agreement and the present-day Nisga'a community, and Haida argillite carvings. "Our Living Languages: First Peoples’ Voices in BC" is an award-winning feature exhibition.The on-site IMAX Victoria Theatre offers films to complement the natural and human history theme of the museum as well as other exciting IMAX footage. Feature exhibits are presented annually.
Museum $22.86; $16.19 (ages 6-18, ages 65+ and students ages 19+ with ID); $5.40 (ages 3-5). IMAX $11.38; $9.29 (ages 6-18 and 65+); $10.24 (students ages 19+ with ID); $5.40 (ages 3-5). Combination and discounted multi-day tickets are available. Admission may increase for feature exhibits.
Hours: Daily 10-5 (also Fri.-Sat. 5-10, early June-early Oct.). Closed Jan. 1 and Christmas.