Facilities News

Exciting new exhibit in progress for the Pacific Museum of the Earth

Construction has begun on the installation of an interpretive exhibit for the Pacific Museum of the Earth at the Earth Science Building entrance. The exhibit will showcase the wonders of planet Earth and inspire visitors with two magnificent dinosaur skeleton replicas (Daspletosaurus and a Dromaeosaurus), immersing landscapes and treasures. 

Explore the stunning new Chung | Lind Gallery

The Chung | Lind Gallery in the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre welcomes visitors to explore BC's multicultural history. 

Henry Angus second floor washrooms under renovation

Construction will begin in May to convert the gendered washrooms on the second floor of the Henry Angus Building to an all-gender washroom. Washrooms on the first floor will be open.

Museum of Anthropology to reopen on June 13 at 5:00 pm

The MOA at UBC will reopen its doors to the public on June 13, 2024 at 5:00 pm. The space has undergone cutting-edge seismic upgrades to the Great Hall, coupled with the revitalization and reinterpretation of displays of Northwest Coast Indigenous carvings, poles, weavings and other works from the past and present. Join reopening night for free admission!

Telehealth and Data Analysis Renovation | Neville Scarfe Room 273

Construction is anticipated to begin at the start of May on the Neville Scarfe Building Telehealth and Data Analysis Renovation. Rooms 273, 273E and 273F will be reconfigured to provide a suitable space for research.