Daily Rates

Rates include applicable taxes.

Single Admission Rate Membership
Adult $14 $35
Senior (65+) $12 $25
UBC Students, faculty + staff (with UBC card) FREE $25
Student (with student ID) $12
Youth (13–17) $12
Child (5-12) $10
Child (0-4) FREE
(Up to 2 adults & 4 children/youth)
$45 $70
Small Family
(Up to 1 adult & 2 children/youth)
$30 $45

Become a museum member.

Become a member – it pays for itself after just over two visits.

Reciprocal Agreements

UBC Alumni (With A Card) 2 for 1
UTOWN Card Free admission for each cardholder

*All discounts are valid for general admission for adult, concession, and child rates for Beaty Biodiversity Museum. Discounts are not applicable to merchandise or to already discounted products (e.g. family admission rates or the UBC Museums Pass). Discounts are applied at the time of purchase and proper identification must be shown to receive discount.

Group Rates

Prices include applicable taxes and are for confirmed group bookings

Museum-Led School Programs and Guided Tours

$9.00 per child, youth, students and seniors

$12.00 per adult

Self-Led Visit

$8.00 per child, youth, students and seniors

$12.00 per adult

Online Programs

$60.00 per group (tax included), payable online with Visa, MasterCard, or Interac Online.

See Group Booking Information for more details on group programs including booking instructions, availability, cancellation policy and more.


Minimum 15 participant charge per museum-led school programs, tours and self-led visits; these fees cover program delivery and staffing costs. One adult (includes teachers and chaperones) free for every 10 students; additional adult guests may join your group for $12.00/person. For the safety and enjoyment of all visitors, each organizer is responsible for the appropriate behaviour of their group. Please ensure that supervisors remain with the group at all times.

Respectful Environment

The Beaty Biodiversity Museum supports the University of British Columbia’s Respectful Environment policy, which envisions a climate in which students, faculty, and staff are provided with the best possible conditions for learning, researching, and working, including an environment that is dedicated to excellence, equity, and mutual respect. The University of British Columbia strives to realize this vision by establishing employment and educational practices that respect the dignity of individuals and make it possible for everyone to live, work, and study in a positive and supportive environment, free from harmful behaviours such as bullying and harassment.