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In light of the evolving situation around Coronavirus (COVID-19), UBC attractions have modified their hours and visiting procedures.

Effective Wednesday, September 16, 2020, UBC students, faculty, staff and visitors will be required to wear non-medical masks, when indoors on campus.

Please check for official communication on Coronavirus (COVID-19) and UBC’s response.

The University of British Columbia is home to many of Vancouver’s must-see attractions. Plan your visit with the UBC Welcome Centre.

UBC is one of the best places to visit in Vancouver for both tourists and locals. Just 25 minutes from downtown, the Vancouver campus is a special destination, brimming with West Coast scenery, world-class attractions and warm hospitality. Here you can lounge on a beach or cheer on a hockey game. Stroll through an ancient rainforest or wander a traditional Japanese garden. Picnic in a rose garden or dine on white linen.

Start your visit at the UBC Welcome Centre and let the friendly staff help plan your perfect itinerary.

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See and Do
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Campus Tours
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Eat, Drink and Stay
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Plan Your Trip

Say hello at the UBC Welcome Centre

We like to think of it as UBC’s friendly front door: the UBC Welcome Centre in the Robert H. Lee Alumni Centre is the perfect place to start your exploration of the Vancouver campus. Bring all your questions and our knowledgeable staff will make sure you get the most from your UBC visit. Book a campus tour, discover events on campus or grab a map or directions to the nearest restaurant. Get in touch — we’re here to help!

Contact the Welcome Centre

We acknowledge that the UBC Vancouver campus is situated on the traditional, ancestral and unceded territory of the Musqueam people. We encourage visitors to learn more about the Musqueam people, their culture and their history with visits to the Museum of Anthropology and the Residential School History and Dialogue Centre, or a guided walking tour highlighting Indigenous art and architecture on the Vancouver campus.