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Beaty Biodiversity Museum, Vancouver
(3.9/5 based on 65+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • Never heard of this place till this year when I signed up for the Vancouver Passport and I'm so glad I went here. Just the whale skeleton was worth seeing. There is so much to see and so many animals ...  more »
  • if you have children/grandchildren who like natural history this is fun for them. the volunteers r knowlegable and friendly. there r hands on animals, bugs, plants etc. for them to interact w. and lea...  more »
  • The blue whale skeleton is the highlight, but there is so much more to see here. I've been to the Natural History Museum in Oxford University and also London UK, and in my opinion this place is on par...  more »
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  • Am amazing collection of fossils, skeletons, and other pieces demonstrating biodiversity all laid out in easy to understand aisles but still allowing you to investigate with depth if desired. Definitely needs more than one visit.
  • This is a stunning venue, absolutely chocked full of extraordinary specimens of all types of wildlife. Pro Tip: Make sure to leave a good two hours for the cabinets as they are very detailed and interesting.
  • Nice museum in the heart of UBC. It has an impressive blue whale skeleton display that is a must-see. In addition to that it has a great diversity of specimens from all different type of animals and plants.
  • This museum has a couple of million artifacts. Most are locked away, but many of the more exciting items are on display. There is a hands on area where you can hold and touch artifacts. The place was able to keep the attention of my 6 year old.
  • Best displays. Very engaging docents. We all learned something and enjoyed it. Even the cranky oldest child.