Admission tickets are available online or at the front desk. We recommend booking online in advance to ensure that we can accommodate you on your preferred date and time. Programming is recommended for ages 8+.
Tickets for the 9:45am and 3:45pm time slots are available in person. Weekday morning time slots are often dedicated to field trip programming for schools.
All ticket sales are final. Tickets cannot be transferred or rescheduled. Email [email protected] for more information.
Adult (age 19-54): $22.75
Senior (age 55+): $21.75
Youth (ages 12-18): $21.75
Child (ages 5-11): $20.75
Child (ages 5 and under): free
Group rates available here.
Gift cards can only be redeemed in person. We are unable to accept them for online purchases.
Free Admission for Indigenous Peoples
The Space Centre offers free general admission to all self-identifying Indigenous Peoples. This offer is available in-person when you check in at the front desk upon arrival.
We are located in the beautiful seaside Vanier Park in Vancouver, British Columbia. A visit to the H.R. MacMillan Space Centre can be combined with a scenic walk along the seawall to enjoy views of the ocean, beaches, mountains, and downtown.
The H.R. MacMillan Space Centre is easily accessible by public transit. If you plan to drive, pay parking managed by Easy Park is available in front of the Space Centre building (Lot 60).
1100 Chestnut Street
Vancouver, BC, V6J 3J9
There are many options for finding your way to the Space Centre in Vanier Park.
Transit: The #2 and #32 buses stop within a convenient five minute walk of the Space Centre. The most common stops are along Burrard Street in Downtown, at the Burrard Station Skytrain, and along MacDonald street in Kitsilano.
False Creek Ferry delivers you right to Vanier Park from Downtown Vancouver or Granville Island.
The H.R. MacMillan Space Centre is committed to providing a safe, friendly, welcoming environment for visitors of all ages. Each person who chooses to enter the Space Centre is asked to follow the guidelines governing personal conduct and admissibility.
If at any time during your visit you are made to feel uncomfortable, unwelcome or unsafe, please report your concern to Space Centre staff.