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Museum of Anthropology at UBC:
Timed-Entry Admission Tickets

To book timed-entry museum admission tickets, click on a date in the calendar below.
On the next screen, select your preferred time slot for your visit on that day.


Welcome to MOA!

MOA is reopen to the public (as of July 8), and MOA's new feature exhibition, Shame and Prejudice: A Story of Resilience , is now on view.

We have implemented new visiting procedures and physical distancing measures—for your safety, and ours. MOA’s new visiting policies, procedures and visitor code of conduct are available here .

Please read the following information carefully.

Planning Your Visit to MOA

Museum Hours: Tuesday – Sunday, 10 am – 5 pm

Museum admission is now on a timed-entry basis. All visitors must pre-book a ticket online to be admitted into the Museum. Admission tickets will not be sold on site at the Museum.

Entry times are every 30 minutes. The first entry time each day is 10 am; the last entry time is 4 pm. Your pre-booked, timed-entry ticket allows you to enter MOA within 30 minutes after your selected time slot. For example, if your timed-entry ticket is for 10 am, you may enter between 10 and 10:30 am.

Timed-entry admission tickets will be available to book online approximately one month in advance.


To visit only the MOA Shop in the museum lobby, you do not need to pre-book a timed-entry ticket, though you may be required to wait in line to enter.

Booking Your Timed-Entry Admission Tickets

MOA Members receive free admission but must pre-book a timed-entry ticket online, and present a valid MOA membership card at point of entry.

UBC students, staff and faculty receive free admission but must pre-book a timed-entry ticket online, and present a valid UBC photo ID at point of entry.

Indigenous peoples receive free admission but must pre-book a timed-entry ticket online.

Children 6 years old and under receive free admission but must pre-book a timed-entry ticket online.

If you are a MOA Member or UBC student/staff/faculty, please book only as many free tickets as your benefit type entitles you. You will be required to show your valid MOA membership card or UBC photo ID at point of entry to validate your free ticket. For example:
  • If you have an Adult membership, you are entitled to book one MOA Member ticket for yourself, per visit.
  • If you have a Family membership, you are entitled to book up to 6 MOA Member tickets for the family members on the membership (up to 2 adults, 4 children), per visit.
  • If you are UBC student, staff or faculty, you are entitled to book one UBC ticket for yourself, per visit.
  • If you are UBC student, staff or faculty visiting with another UBC student, staff or faculty, you are entitled to book two tickets.
  • You are welcome to purchase additional tickets if you wish to bring guests.
If you have complimentary passes, special admission privileges, or pre-paid vouchers (including Access 2 Card, Tourism Challenge Privilege Passes, Vancouver Attraction pre-paid vouchers, MOA complimentary passes, UNA or UTown privileges), please click here for special instructions on how to redeem your privileges.

We regret that we cannot accept cash or MOA gift card payments for the purchase of tickets. An online service fee will be added to ticket purchases. No refunds or exchanges will be issued for timed-entry tickets—including if you miss your timed-entry slot.

If you or any member of your party is feeling sick, please stay home. If you have pre-booked a timed-entry ticket, but are no longer able to visit because you are sick, please call 604.827.5932.

 
When You Arrive at MOA

Once you are at MOA, please maintain a two-metre distance from others outside of your party at all times, be prepared to wait in line, and travel light. Please note food and drink cannot be consumed inside the Museum.

If you or any member of your party is feeling sick, please stay home. We look forward to welcoming you back when you are feeling better.


MOA reserves the right to deny or revoke entry to the Museum to any visitor who does not adhere to any stated policies or code of conduct .

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