History museums give you a glimpse into a more decent era, when there were no computers and you had to marry your food before you could eat it. Partake in the past with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $19 for membership for one adult (a $38 value)
- $26 for membership for two adults (a $55 value)
- $35 for membership for one family, valid for two adults and two kids (a $75 value)
- $12 for membership for one student (a $25 value)<p>
Each membership includes:
- 12 months of unlimited admission to the history galleries and special exhibitions
- Admission to most monthly curatorial talks and tours (exceptions may apply)
- One free guest pass (a $12 value)
- Entry to special exhibition openings (you and a guest, or one guest in total for dual or family memberships)
- 15% off specially programmed events or series
- Subscription to Museum of Vancouver E-news and special offers
- Voting rights at the Annual General Meeting
- 15% off admission to the H. R. MacMillan Space Centre and discounts on general admission at partner organizations (some restrictions apply)
- 20% off Royal BC Museum admission, valid until October 31, 2013<p>
Museum of Vancouver
When the Museum of Vancouver was founded, its mission was to show Vancouverites the wonders of the world. But that all changed in 2009. Today, the museum's mission is to show the world the wonders of Vancouver using interactive exhibitions and programs that explore the city's past, present, and future.
- Feature Exhibition: Your Future Home: Creating the New Vancouver (through May 15) explores the hottest topics in Vancouver today—housing affordability, urban density, mobility, and public space. It invites people to discover surprising facts about the city and imagine what Vancouver might become.
- Eye Catcher: The museum's iconic building, which opened in 1968, resembles the woven-basket hats crafted by the region's First Nations peoples—it has since become one of the most recognizable points of the city's skyline.
- Permanent Mainstay: The City Before the City explores the Musqueam’s ancient landscape and living culture. Guests are encouraged to reflect upon Vancouver’s Aboriginal history as they view belongings, digital displays, and a series of recorded interviews with community members
- Don't Miss: MOV history galleries are filled with rare and unique artifacts including a 1955 Ford Fairlane, neon signs, a jukebox, and a myriad of interesting stories