Please contact us if you can't find an answer to your question below.
When are you open?
Burnaby Village Museum is open seasonally. Check out our Hours and Rates for a complete schedule.
How much is admission?
Admission is free!
Is the carousel open?
The Carousel is currently closed. We anticipate to reopen the carousel during Step 4 of BC's Restart Plan.
Is there food on site?
The Ice Cream Parlour is open with limited to-go items, contactless payment only.
Do I have to wear a mask when visiting?
Face masks are recommended.
What are your COVID-19 safety protocols?
Burnaby Village Museum is committed to following COVID-19 orders and recommendations set by local and provincial public health and safety authorities. As the COVID-19 pandemic evolves, we will make operational changes as necessary.
Please visit our COVID-19 Safety Information page for more details.
How do I get to the village museum?
Burnaby Village Museum is accessible by vehicle or transit. Learn more on parking, directions and accessibility on our Getting Here page.
Are dogs/other pets allowed?
Pets, with the exception of service animals, are not permitted within the site.
Is the site wheelchair accessible?
Nearly every facility at the Museum is wheelchair accessible. A paved pathway connects the buildings on the historic grounds.
Do you accept monetary donations?
Cash donations are accepted at the main entrance.
Do you accept artifact donations?
If you wish to make a donation to our collection, please set up a meeting with the Museum's curatorial staff by contacting our administration team at 604-297-4565.
Can I bring and eat my own food?
Picnics are encouraged! We just ask that you enjoy your food outside any exhibits and the Ice Cream Parlour.
Can I take wedding or proposal photos at Burnaby Village Museum?
The Museum serves as a stunning backdrop for wedding or engagement photos, but we ask that you contact our Booking Clerk to arrange a time for your photo shoot. Call our administration team at 604-297-4565 for more information.
Is the site mostly outdoors?
Although patrons are welcome to explore the interiors of many of our exhibits, most of the Museum is outdoors.