Roedde House Museum

Built for Vancouver bookbinder Gustav Roedde, the house is thought to have been designed by Francis Rattenbury, the architect responsible for Parliament Buildings and the Empress Hotel in Victoria. The house's most distinctive feature is its cupola roof. The rooms open to the public are furnished with period objects. The property overlooks a Victorian garden complete with a small bandstand on one side and on the other, the delightful Barclay Heritage Square.

Useful information

Adresse : 

1415 Barclay St.

Phone:

+1 604-684-7040

Opening hours

May-Aug: 10am-4pm, Sun 1pm-4pm; rest of year: daily except Tue 1pm-4pm - closed Sat, Mon and Bank Hols - CAD5 (CAD6 Sun, tea included)

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