University of British Columbia Museum of Anthropology Visit for One, Two, or Family of Up to Six (Up to 55% Off)


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Exhibitions showcase 38,000 ethnographic objects and 535,000 archaeological artifacts from indigenous cultures around the world

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Museums are a great place to see ancient artifacts without excavating them yourself from Old Man McHenry's barn. Uncover history’s cool rusted signs with this Groupon.

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  • $8 for admission for one adult (up to a $16.75 value)
  • $15 for admission for two adults (up to a $33.50 value)
  • $22 for admission for a family of two adults and up to four children 18 and younger (up to a $44.75 value)

Upcoming exhibits include Luminescence: The Silver of Peru, which explores the nation’s legacy of silver crowns, jewellery, and artworks from pre-Columbian times through the present. Pleased to Meet You: Introductions by Gwyn Hanssen Pigott showcases the ceramic work of the Australian artist—work she has carefully juxtaposed with other objects from the museum's collection to demonstrate the similarities in aesthetic choices that artists make across cultural boundaries.

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University of British Columbia Museum of Anthropology

After more than 60 years, the University of British Columbia Museum of Anthropology could almost do an anthropological study on its own history, from its humble basement beginnings in 1949 to its present-day status as Canada's largest teaching museum. Today, it is home to thousands of ethnographic objects—objects gathered from indigenous cultures around the world—including totem poles, silver, and masks from the First Nations. The array of artifacts from the province’s northwest coast is eclipsed only by the museum’s Asian collections, which transport visitors back in time with historical Cantonese opera costumes, ceramics, and paintings.

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