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Bill Reid Gallery

As Canada’s only public art gallery completely devoted to contemporary Indigenous Art of the Pacific Coast, the Bill Reid Gallery is a must-see for any art lover. Named after Bill Reid, one of the most accomplished Indigenous Artists in the world, The Bill Reid Gallery is home to the Simon Fraser University Bill Reid Collection as well as a rotating assortment of exhibits by other prolific Indigenous artists. With a mandate to promote a great awareness of Indigenous culture and values, the Bill Reid Gallery is an excellent addition to any Vancouver Tour.

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Bill Reid Gallery Cost
Adult19-64 $13CDN
Senior65+ $10CDN
Youth13-18 $6CDN
Child0-12 $0CDN

Winter Hours: Wednesday – Sunday 11am – 5pm
Summer Hours: Daily from 11am – 5pm

Tour, Admissions & Taxes included and listed in Canadian Dollars.
Prices valid through December 31, 2019.

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Purchase a ticket directly from your Guide or one of our Sales Ambassadors on the day of your tour, through our website, or speak with our Guest Services Team by calling us at 604.255.7272 or toll-free at 1.877.669.2277.

Purchase a ticket directly from your Guide or one of our Sales Ambassadors on the day of your tour, through our website, or speak with our Guest Services Team by calling us at 604.255.7272 or toll-free at 1.877.669.2277.

  • 1. Who was Bill Reid?
    Bill Reid (1920-1998) was a renowned master goldsmith, carver, sculptor, writer, broadcaster and community activist. Combining the traditional Haida Nation art style with a modern aesthetic, Bill Reid was a pivotal force in creating links between Indigenous culture and others.
  • 2. How long should I spend at the gallery?
    Although powerful, the gallery is quite small. Most guests allocate 1-2 hours for their visit.
  • 3. Is This Tour Accessible?
    Most of Vancouver is accessible to various mobility levels. However, Stanley Park does have unpaved pathways and inclines. English Bay and Sunset Beach also feature sandy areas. Please be aware that our Hop-On, Hop-Off buses are not yet wheelchair or scooter accessible. Capilano Suspension Bridge Park features bridges, stairs, and unpaved pathways. Unfortunately, the bridge does not allow strollers, crutches or wheelchairs. Guests are welcome to enjoy the stunning views of the bridge and river below from inside the park should they not wish to cross.
  • 4. Are there any tours of the museum?
    The museum is self-guided, however, the staff are always willing to answer any questions you may have. Group Tours can be arranged upon request from the museum itself.

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