Plan a visit

VISITING HOURS

The Centre is currently closed to the public until further notice due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Centre provides a limited number of class visits and guided tours per month, with the majority given to UBC faculty, students and staff. To request a guided tour or class visit, please use the online form. Visitors are welcome to explore the space and exhibitions for self-guided tours throughout the week.

Survivors and their families are welcome at any time, but are encouraged to call ahead or make an appointment for research support.

HOW TO GET HERE

Walking: The Centre is located between two landmark buildings, the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre, a large glass-fronted building on East Boulevard, and Koerner Library on Main Mall. The entrance to the Centre is just opposite the west side of the Barber Centre. When walking from the Barber Centre towards Koerner Library, facing the clock tower, the Centre is to the left. Please note the main entrance faces the Barber Centre.

Driving: Drive to campus via 10th, 16th or 4th Avenue, or from SW Marine Dr. Rose Garden Parkade (marked on the map above) is the closest parkade with an elevator. The North Parkade, across from the Barber Centre, is an alternate parkade. The surface lot near the School of Music has accessible parking as well.

Transit: Public Transit is the most popular way to get to and from campus. 15 bus routes link UBC to Metro Vancouver, along with two on-campus routes to serve the on-campus community. Plan your trip or look at a map of transit routes.

Accessibility: UBC provides an Accessibility shuttle which stops just in front of the Centre. Visit their website for shuttle stops and hours.