Roedde House Museum
Flanked by a distinctive polygonal tower, this Queen Anne-style edifice was built for Vancouver bookbinder Gustav Roedde and is thought to have been designed by Francis Rattenbury, the architect responsible for Parliament Buildings and the Empress Hotel in Victoria. The rooms open to the public are appointed with period furnishings. The property overlooks a Victorian garden complete with a small bandstand on one side and on the other, the delightful Barclay Heritage Square.
Address:1415 Barclay Street / Broughton Street, V6H 3S4 Vancouver
guided tour May-Aug: Tue-Fri 10am-4pm, Sun 1pm-4pm; rest of year: Wed-Fri and Sun 1pm-4pm - closed Bank Hols