Post-Secondary

University of British Columbia Classes

UBC students, faculty, and staff receive free admission to the Beaty Biodiversity Museum with a valid UBCcard. We encourage UBC classes to use the museum as an alternative place of learning. Please fill out our form to book your museum visit. Museum Tours are available for your UBC class for free. If you are looking to contact a curator directly, please see Collections Experience below. 


 All Other Post-Secondary Classes

We have a multitute of programs for your course to select from. Please take a look at our programs and select the one that best suits your needs. When booking please indicate the class type and insistution you are coming from so we understand your background level of knowledge on the topic. 

Note: Please arrive at least 15 minutes before your program time, so you can check in, visit the washrooms, and begin exploring the museum.


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Review our Booking Information and Submit a Booking Request.


Programs & Tours

Backyard Biodiversity

Explore the collections while discovering rare, cryptic, and genetic diversity in BC’s backyard.

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Collections Experience

Experience a collections-specific tour with a curator showcasing their area of expertise.

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Evolution

Hear stories that reveal how our understanding of biodiversity has changed over time.

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Exceptional Ecosystems

Biodiversity in BC is amazing, due to the exceptional ecosystems within the province’s borders.

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Extreme Adaptations

This tour will satisfy your extreme curiosity about the world around you.

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Museum Tour with a Curator

Experience a collections-specific tour with a curator showcasing their area of expertise.

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Self-Led Visits

Explore the museum’s six collections at your own pace and with your own focus.

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Sketching

Touch and observe museum specimens while practicing sketching and drawing skills.

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Tales of Treasure

UBC celebrated 100 years in 2015, explore some of the Beaty’s favourite specimens.

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To Eat or Be Eaten

Explore the diverse relationships in nature based on food.

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UBC Biodiversity Research

Discover how UBC researchers are helping to solve some modern-day biodiversity mysteries.

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What is Biodiversity?

Learn what biodiversity is and what makes it so fascinating.

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