Vancouver Maritime Museum
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breggie
Asheville, NC842 bidrag
sep. 2023 • Par
The St Roch ship there (from 1928-54) and it’s history pre WW2 and during, is quite well done and is the icon of the museum. It came here from Halifax to rest when the city bought it, they dry docked it here, then built the A frame museum over and around it. The museum is quite nice, smallish, and worth a visit. In the long run, it’s curating is a bit dated now compared to high end museums with big budgets. We walked from Granville Island, along the water and past the large Vancouver Museum building.
Skrevet 21. september 2023
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Rebecca S
Cambridge, UK190 bidrag
sep. 2023 • Par
The museum, though relatively small, is interesting. It’s a bit of a mixture and given the absolute importance of maritime history in relation to Vancouver and the surrounding areas I’m surprised there wasn’t more. You will find a sextant used by Lt Joseph Barker on Vancouver’s ‘Discovery’, but it’s a single artefact hidden around the back of the St Roch.

The highlight of the museum is the St Roch, which you can take a walk around. This is done at set times to allow you space on board. It’s really interesting but it would have been good to have had a 5 minute talk from the person sitting by the entrance to the vessel, they sat there mute and as we went on board said that if we had any questions we could ask afterwards. I feel they are missing a bit of a trick here! Give us a little background from a real person prior to us boarding, build up that story!
Skrevet 19. september 2023
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Knorring
Zürich, Sveits263 bidrag
Das kleine Museum enthält einige interessante und schöne Ausstellungsstücke und das Personal ist sehr freundlich. Doch etwas Besonderes ist es nicht. Museumspädagogisch und -didaktisch ist es nicht modern. Wer sich für Schiffe, Meer und Seetiere interessiert entdeckt vielleicht etwas, was sie oder er noch nicht gesehen hat, also Erweiterung der Allgemeinbildung, doch in 30 bis 45 Minuten hat man es gesehen.
Skrevet 17. september 2023
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aug. 2023
This was OK but I expected a lot more considering that Vancouver is a large port city. The museum was on par w/ one we went to recently in Campbell River on Vancouver Island which has a small population. The exhibits were interesting and being able to tour the boat was fun.
Skrevet 20. august 2023
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Diana089
Braintree, UK155 bidrag
jul. 2023 • Par
The Museum is accessed via the False Creek Ferry - the landing stage is near the Aquatic Centre - (or you can drive/walk over the Burrard Street bridge). On arrival spare a few minutes to have a look at the historic yachts and boats moored there. The Museum itself is just a short walk from there, is a modern building and is air conditioned. One of their main exhibits is the "St Roch" which was an RCMP boat and was the first (apart from the Inuits) to navigate the North West Passage, with the help of an Inuit guide and his family of 7 and a number of Huskies, who lived on a small tent on deck. The boat has some narrow corridors so time on board is limited, but if you are lucky enough to get there early, you may get some extra time. The rest of the Museum had very interesting exhibits, a special display on the Prohibition Era, when rum-running from Canada to the US was big business. There were exhibits on fishing, maritime commerce etc, and a number of cinema posters with a nautical theme. The Museum closes at 5 pm, well in time to catch the last ferry back. There is no cafe/restaurant at the Museum so either take a picnic to eat outside or take a short walk up to Cornwall Avenue where there are a number of eateries.
Skrevet 14. juli 2023
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Brad S
Nord-Vancouver, Canada1 289 bidrag
I like this museum. It’s small, but punches above its weight. The star is the RCMP historical polar ship St Roche that was Canada’s main arctic police patrol vessel earlier this century. The museum also has changing displays on various “local and national maritime topics such as prohibition rum running. The museum also features some great turn of the century giant ship models, and history of the famed Canadian Pacific Railway’s White Empress fleet that connected its rail service to the orient. Don’t forget to check out the small diverse marina and the many ships from around the world.
Skrevet 4. juni 2023
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Tomrohde50
Houston, TX27 bidrag
Very well done museum. Our 4 kids age 6 to 13 had a great time with the interactive displays. Learned a lot about polar exploration. The RCMP St Roch ship was one of the most interesting I’ve been on (including Aircraft Carriers and Battleships). A must stop if visiting Granville Island.
Skrevet 15. april 2023
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ciscokid23
Coral Gables, FL242 bidrag
okt. 2022
Read the review by BenLar137 below. It is very thorough, and I share the high praises. What I can add is that, with the current competition for conflicting claims of sovereignty over the Artic region, a thorough knowledge of the accomplishments of Larsen and the St. Roch has never been more relevant. In addition, the museum houses a small exhibit and the bell from the "Princess Sophia," the Canadian Pacific Steamship which sank off Juneau, Alaska, in 1918, with no survivors after hitting a submerged reef - a little-known maritime tragedy. The passenger ship exhibit with fantastic models is very worthwhile. To add to the experience, go to the museum by False Creek Ferries (note that the Aquabus line does not reach that far).
Skrevet 9. oktober 2022
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Ginny A
Hereford, AZ141 bidrag
jun. 2022
Not just boats, but really presented maritime life from past and presented. Fun, hands on area for kids and variety of exhibits. Temporary exhibit on residential schools was haunting.
Skrevet 11. juli 2022
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Ben B
Calgary, Canada14 382 bidrag
apr. 2022
These days, it's so important to remember the heroes of the past, along with those of today. While the Bluenose is Canada's most famous ship, the St Roch, which has been brilliantly preserved and is on display here, is by far the most accomplished. And the person who was at the helm to achieve these accomplishments (first ship to circumnavigate North America via the Panama Canal; first ship to transit the Northwest Passage west to east; first ship to transit the Northwest Passage in one season, on it's second Arctic expedition, returning to Vancouver from St Johns, going west to east) was Captain Henry Larsen. Canada is SO lucky to have this hero in our history books, and it's a shame so few Canadians know what he's done...
Skrevet 20. april 2022
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