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Beaty Biodiversity Museum, Vancouver

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  • This is must-see for Vancouverites. Even though it's a small building, there is LOTS to see and explore. Open up drawers and experience each glimpse in time at your own pace. Keep an eye out for Group...  more »
  • Whether you are studying at UBC or coming into on campus just for the museum (for that school project or to spick your curiosity), the Beaty is a good choice. Start by looking into the water flowing c...  more »
  • The blue whale skeleton definitely takes your breath away. And then all the items that has been catalogue and on display is super fascinating.  more »
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  • Have to go see the giant blue whale skeleton but there is also much more to see. Whether you have an interest in the natural world or have a child who likes learning about animals (and isn't scared of animal bones) there is lots to see and do. Membership is inexpensive and there are different exhibitions throughout the year. There is a discovery lab manned by volunteers where you can have a chance to see, touch and feel different animal specimens such as a shark jaw, porcupine fish, insects, birds, various other marine life and land animals. Great for kids as young as 3 or 4 at minimum probably and interesting for elementary aged children as well.
  • Excellent display of Earth's biome and evolutionary history. Began taking my daughter here in grade school, ten years later she's applying to volunteer at the place. Holds the attention of both children and adults, which is an accomplishment.
  • Excellent Museum you have to see it. Good for all ages. Go to the hands on lab at the north west area of museum. Staff are great ask them questions.
  • We had a great time as family. The half an hour tour was great, it ended up in a hands on lab which was the highlight for our kids. Really worth taking the tour.
  • Free for UBC students. Lots of specimens on display. Very interesting to look at all the different forms of life and the timeline of life.