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Beaty Biodiversity Museum at the UBC Museum Campus

2212 Main Mall, Vancouver

Admission to the Beaty Biodiversity Museum at the UBC Museum Campus (Up to 60% Off). Three Options Available.

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Over 500 exhibits featuring a blue whale skeleton and timeline of Earth fill facility along with interactive activities and tours

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1 ratings1 reviews
1 day ago
Awesome museum!
2 ratings2 reviews1 photos
3 days ago
The museum is great and has a wide collection of specimens. It is not the gallery tipe, more like a catalog, but still great. The kiddos had a wonderful time!
1 ratings1 reviews
4 days ago
The first two area’s you walked in was nice with all the animals and the last row with the dinosaur footprints was nice .
Marinatop reviewer helpful reviewer
40 ratings34 reviews
July 4, 2021
Interesting collection. Our grandchildren love it. So many things to see and to learn about.
1 ratings1 reviews
July 3, 2021
Better instructions on we’re to park will make it so much easier to get to
Raymondtop reviewer
16 ratings14 reviews
June 30, 2021
I recently became aware of this Museum through a Groupon offer. Great experience and a very educational experience. The exhibits, specimens and accompanying resources made the visit memorable. The scheduled documentaries in the theater is a must and it is quite detailed and highlights a wide range of expertise and challenges to bring the museum to life. Highly recommended for all. Ray
1 ratings1 reviews
June 23, 2021
Our family enjoyed our visit at the museum. We really missed the discovery lab for the kids though. Also some of the display cases are too dark to see what is in them. Overall good educational place to take the kids.
Loannetop reviewer
19 ratings15 reviews
June 22, 2021
I took my 14 year old son and he said the words “that was fun”. Worth it!!
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About This Deal

Choice of:

  • Admission for Two Adults
  • One 1-Day Small Family Admission for Up to One Adult and Two Children-Youths
  • One 1-Day Large Family Admission for Up to Two Adults and Four Children-Youths
  • Child (0-4 age): FREE Admission

Fine Print

Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Not valid toward special events. Limit 12 per person. Valid only for option purchased. May be repurchased every 365 days. Limit 1 per visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Beaty Biodiversity Museum at the UBC Museum Campus

Strengthened by its affiliation with UBC's Biodiversity Research Centre and more than 500 natural-history exhibits, the Beaty Biodiversity Museum aims to foster a deep bond between its visitors and all life on the planet. Dubbed the "Best Collection of Weird Things in Drawers," the Beaty Biodiversity Museum showcases more than two million biological specimens, and among the treasures are a 26-metre long (85 ft.) blue whale skeleton that looms over visitors as they arrive in the atrium. They also have the third largest fish collection in Canada, as well as an enormous collection of fossils, shells, insects, fungi, mammals, birds, and plants from around British Columbia and across the world. Those guests seeking an interactive experience can head to the Allan Yap Discovery Lab or check out a film in the Allan Yap Theatre. Designed by Vancouver-based Patkau Architects, the building also hosts interactive activities in the discovery lab, as well as public presentations and community gatherings aimed at illustrating the interconnectedness of all living things.