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North Vancouver’s Stories Live Here

Highlighting the themes of Passion for Place, Industry and Enterprise, and Connections, visitors to MONOVA’s Main Exhibit Gallery will learn about North Vancouver through a combination of physical artifacts and digital content.

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You Are Here
@ The Shipyards

Now on view, MONOVA’s new feature exhibition will invite visitors to imagine the area around the Museum in its earliest days and trace through its transformation into a vibrant waterfront community.

MONOVA: MUSEUM OF NORTH VANCOUVER

HOURS:

Thursday
10:00 am to 8:00 pm

Friday, Saturday, Sunday
10:00 am to 5:00 pm

Programs at the Museum

Included with admission

Discovery Session: Streetcars

Learn more about the B.C. Electric Railway and our iconic Streetcar 153.

Audience: All Ages
Time: 11:00 am to 4:00 pm


Scrapbooking with Tsawaysia

Create memories for generations to come during this scrapbooking drop-in program with Indigenous Cultural Programmer Tsawaysia Spukwus.

Audience: All Ages
Time: 6:30 pm to 7:45 pm

MUSEUM STORE

Shopping at the Museum Store supports exhibits, programs, and outreach.

Featuring works made and/or designed by local and Northwest Coast artists including jewellery, accessories, clothing, games, toys and books.

EVENTS

Exhibits

From The Inlet (Blog)

Connections Speaker Series explores North Vancouver’s Iranian Diaspora

The North Shore hosts one of the largest clusters of Iranian Canadian communities with 22,290 Canadians of Iranian and Persian origin according to the 2021 census.

With this in mind, join us at MONOVA: Museum of North Vancouver (115 West Esplanade) on Wednesday, February 22 from 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm for a panel discussion with Golmehr Kazari, Nazmi Kamal and AR Rezamand on North Vancouver’s Iranian diaspora.

IN LYNN VALLEY

ARCHIVES OF NORTH VANCOUVER

Search online for photographs, maps, plans, film, oral histories and more.

Visit us onsite in Lynn Valley to view records and collections.

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NORTH VANCOUVER

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MUSEUM