Hill's Native Art Gallery, Vancouver

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#12 of 26 in Museums in Vancouver
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With three outlets in British Columbia, Hill’s Native Art has acquired the largest and most varied collection of First Nations and Inuit arts and crafts. Hill’s has caught worldwide attention as the largest Northwest Coast Native Art Gallery in North America, and has exhibited hundreds of works by emerging and internationally renowned artists. At any given time, Hill’s features over 1200 Native artists and represents every Tribe and Nation of the Northwest Coast.
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  • It seems that Hill’s has become more of a tourist stop than an art gallery. While it has a broad selection of First Nation Art their prices put it more in the affordable souvenir category. Stop in at ...  more »
  • We went to see beautiful works and surprised there is pretty small things priced splendid collection of moccasins prices really top
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  • I recently purchased a silver ring from Hill's while visiting their Gastown store...but managed to lose it because it was a little too big. Entirely my own fault, but when I contacted the store about ...  more »
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  • This store has very interesting and unique merchandise. I found something I liked that have not seen anywhere else. However I almost left after the first salesman was extremely rude in telling me I had to remove my backpack. If that were my store, I would find a new employee.
  • Huge store with a large collection of First Nations artwork. Everything from $4 prints to $25,000 8 foot tall totem poles! The staff were friendly and knowledgable. They informed me that the owners of the store work very close with the first nations artists and pay them commision for their artwork. Hands down the best place to purchase or just admire the work of first nations artists!
  • Very interesting store to browse around. The staff are friendly, knowledgeable, and extremely helpful. One of few places to find genuine first nations' crafts.
  • Surly staff, probably because of the presence of small children in my party. Very unhelpful. Prices higher than those of the local supermarkets for the same goods.
  • Awesome selection of some of the more iconic aboriginal artists of the area. Danny, the store manager, is a beauty.

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