Located on the grounds of the Vancouver campus of the University of British Columbia, The Museum of Anthropology greets visitors with its striking architecture and a breathtaking view of the natural backdrop. Scenic mountains and the ocean compete for attention with the awesome outdoor totem display, rivaled only by the intriguing collections inside the museum. Walk around freely or join a gallery tour to enjoy one of the world's most amazing displays of First Nations art.
Ambitious museum-goers will need at least a full day to tour the entire museum, especially if you open the drawers hiding beneath each exhibit. A great gift shop and the Café MOA will round out your experience with some fun shopping and food to rejuvenate you in the middle of the day.
Basho means "place" in Japanese and the Basho Café is the place to go if you want sweet treats and ... Read more