The BC Sports Hall of Fame and Museum offers engaging interactive experiences for sports enthusiasts and families alike. This museum showcases the history of sports in BC and amazing athletic accomplishments.


Museum Must-Sees:

     > Remodeled Hall of Champions and new Vancouver 2010 Gallery where you can relive the excitement of the 2010 Winter Games, take a photo on a team 2010 podium and learn about the making of the Olympic and Paralympic Medals.

     > Heroes Galleries: Explore the amazing efforts of para-athletes Terry Fox and Rick Hansen.

     > Aboriginal Sports Gallery: Discover the only gallery in North America to present the many First Nations' contributions to BC sports.

     > Participation Gallery: A fun space for kids to explore interactive games ranging from a sports simulator to a rotating climbing wall.


Hours and Rates:

Open daily : 10am - 5pm 
Adults $15; Youth/Students/Seniors $12; Groups (10 or more) $8.50 each;
Family (4 people) $40, You and Me (1 adult + 1 youth) $25.


Directions and Map: The BC Sports Hall of Fame and Museum is located in the heart of downtown Vancouver. The Museum is opposite General Motors Place at the corner of Beatty and Robson Street. Visitors can access the facility through Gate A at BC Place.

 

By car: From downtown, head southwest on Burrard Street towards Melville Street and turn left at Nelson Street. Then, turn right at the second cross street onto Howe Street. Take a slight right hand turn on Howe Street and turn at the first left onto Pacific Street. The BC Sports Hall of Fame and Museum is on the left hand side.

 

By public transit: Board the sky train and get off at Stadium station.
 


BC Sports Hall of Fame - 777 Pacific Boulevard - BC Place - Vancouver


Official website:
BC Sports Hall of Fame