The most worthwhile museum tickets in UBC are 18 Canadian dollars, indoor and outdoor exhibitions. Some ancient totems in North America are displayed in different cultures. Objects from different periods in North America, Asia, Africa, Europe and Latin America are visited and closed at about two hours and five o'clock.
Anthropology Museum is a well-known comprehensive museum in Vancouver. Friends will like it very much. It's worth visiting. We spent more than an hour in the museum. It feels very good. I like it very much. I have been there several times, and every time we have new feelings.
Museum of Anthropology Museum is so big and lovely that it can inadvertently find the rainbow reflected on the wall.
The Museum of Anthropology on the campus of the University of British Columbia collects works of art and crafts (totem poles, etc.) produced by the Indian peoples of BC Province, as well as many sculptures and crafts of different styles collected around the world.
The Vancouver Museum of Anthropology, a well-organized and comprehensive museum belonging to the University of British Columbia, tells the history of Canada and collects historical documents from other contemporary countries. At the same time, it is also the practice base of some arts, anthropology, archaeology, heritage conservation and Museology courses at Columbia University. The most famous one here is the collection of nearly 40,000 exhibits related to human race. Here you can fully understand the history of human evolution and development, which benefits people a lot.
Canadian National Treasure Archtect: Authur Erikson Design! Very unique Creative masterpiece! In UBC Campus! Need to buy ticket tickets. I went in. The collection was introduced in a methodical way, describing the grand Academic proposition: Anthropology of Anthropology! And it includes all kinds of historic stages, tribes of continental and subtle tribes of all the big states on the earth, and civilization outside anthropology! One of my favorite Canadian museums! Ah, Canada is such a compatible and inclusive country!
Classified and comprehensive museums, which tell about Canadian history, also collect contemporary and other countries. Several times, Grandpa volunteered to explain. The words were sincere and meaningful, but they were not fully understood in English every time. I remember going on Tuesday and closing at 9:00 on Tuesday.