Ferry Building Gallery

The Ferry Building Gallery enlivens, enriches, engages, informs and educates the public by presenting a diversity of stimulating high-quality exhibitions which maintain standard of excellence. The mandate of the gallery is to support the development of emerging and established North Shore, Sea-to-Sky and Sunshine Coast artists, and present art lectures, tours and programs which reflect the cultural diversity of the North Shore community and provide a range of enriching experiences.

Address: 1414 Argyle Avenue, West Vancouver, BC V7T 1C2

Tel. Num: 604-925-7290


West Vancouver Museum

The West Vancouver Museum offers innovative exhibitions and programs that feature important creators, innovators and significant events that shape our community, region and country. Our 2018 spring/summer season includes inspiring exhibitions featuring leading artists from the region. The West Coast Modern Home Tour marks its 13th anniversary in 2018.

Address: 680 17th Street West Vancouver BC V7V 3T2

Tel. Num: 604-925-7295


West Vancouver Memorial Library

The West Vancouver Memorial Library is a dynamic, free and welcoming space that inspires discovery and learning for visitors of all ages. Books, movies and music, free WiFi, research and homework help, an art gallery and programming for teens and children, the library is a learning hub and a community gathering place.

Address: 1950 Marine Drive West Vancouver BC V7V 1J8

Tel. Num: 604-925-7400


Music Box

Drawing program and a variety of courses and workshops in visual and performing arts serving people of all ages. In the summertime, the Music Box is reserved for theatre and acting camps for children, and headquarters for the Harmony Arts Festival. It is also available for rental by arts groups for programming purposes and the general public for small scale social events and program initiatives.

Address: 1564 Argyle Avenue West Vancouver BC V7V 1A1

Tel. Num: 604-925-7198


Silk Purse Studio

The Silk Purse Arts Centre, operated by the West Vancouver Community Arts Council, can be found on the waterfront near John Lawson Park. The District of West Vancouver generously makes the Silk Purse available for the Arts Council’s use. The Council strives to increase and broaden the opportunities for West Vancouver, and all North Shore citizens to enjoy and participate in cultural activities.

Address: 1570 Argyle Avenue West Vancouver BC V7V 1A1

Tel. Num: 604-925-7292


West Vancouver Archives

The West Vancouver Archives collects, preserves, and provides meaningful access to West Vancouver’s documentary heritage. This heritage includes public records created by the municipal government and private records documenting the lives and experiences of residents, businesses, and community organizations in West Vancouver's past. The Archives provides original source material for researching a wide range of topics such as: heritage sites, architecture, social history, civic and business development, government history and genealogy.

Address: 680 17th Street West Vancouver, BC V7V 3T2

Tel. Num: 604-925-7298


Kay Meek Centre

Kay Meek Centre is dedicated to presenting artistic excellence in a range of events including professional theatre, music, dance, film, and educational youth programming. Their mission is to produce, provide and present world-class performing arts experiences and opportunities for the community and beyond.

Address: 1700 Mathers Avenue West Vancouver BC V7V 2G7

Tel. Num: 604-981-6335