Rent the Police Museum!
The Vancouver Police Museum & Archives is one of the city's most historic sites, making it a fascinating location to film, host events, meetings, parties and seminars.
Designed by Arthur J. Bird, the structure dates back to 1932 and keeps much of its original style and foundations, which are a blend of classic Georgian Revival and Art Deco styles.
Moreover, the building formerly housed Vancouver's Coroner's Facility and Courtroom and the City Analyst's Laboratory, lending a dramatic element of history to its environment. Two of its most popular rooms and attractions, unsurprisingly, are the morgue and autopsy suite—both of which have hosted an exciting array of events, including Halloween parties, live theatre and book launches.
Other rooms in the building feature a wide range of captivating exhibits and attractions to entertain guests, while the spaces themselves are intimate and full of character.
Filming Location Rentals
The museum has also played host to a number of famous TV shows and movies, including The X-Files, The Man in the High Castle, The Romeo Section and Da Vinci's Inquest.
Those looking for authentic period spaces and an intact autopsy suite and morgue will find the Vancouver Police Museum fitting as the perfect venue.
Main Gallery/Morgue/Autopsy Suite
Standing Reception Capacity: 120
Minimum Rental: (3 hours) $400
*Liquor Licence required to serve alcoholic beverages
Meeting Room Rentals:
Seating Capacity: 10-15
Size: 220 Sq. Ft.
Minimum Rental: (2 hours) $100
Filming Location Rentals:
Available Hours (7am-12pm)
Minimum Rental: (4 hours) $1200
24-Hour Rental: $400
**Liability insurance is required for all event and film rentals.
Rates are changeable depending on preferred dates and times.
For more information, please email or call 604.665.3346.