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Getting Here

Located at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, MOA is situated at 6393 NW Marine Drive, in the northwest corner of the campus.

By Transit

The 25, 33, 41, 43, 44, 49, 84, 99 B-Line and 480 buses arrive at UBC Exchange Bay 2 — a 15-minute walk from MOA. Get off at UBC Exchange Bay 2 (the last stop) and walk northwest.

The 4 and 14 buses arrive on and depart from University Boulevard — a 20-minute walk from MOA.

The 68 UBC Exchange/Lower Mall shuttle bus departs from UBC Exchange Bay 1. Get off at NW Marine Dr at West Mall (stop 51925).

Full transit information at the Translink website.


By Bike

From downtown, cross the Burrard Street Bridge and exit to the right onto Cornwall Street. Follow to Point Grey Road until NW Marine Drive all the way to UBC. Note: this ride involves a significant hill. Mobi Bike Share does not have stations at UBC.

By Car

From downtown, take 4th Avenue, Broadway (9th Avenue), 10th Avenue or 16th Avenue west to UBC.

From YVR airport, exit the Arthur Laing Bridge onto SW Marine Drive and follow this road to UBC.

Once at UBC, watch for signs guiding you to MOA, located in the northwest corner of the UBC campus on NW Marine Drive.

Paid parking ($3.50/hour) is located in front of MOA and at the Rose Garden Parkade across the street. Parking can be purchased by cash or credit card. Visit UBC Parking for more information.

Evo and Car2Go car share parking is located a 7-minute walk south of MOA.


MOA is a fully accessible building.

Parking: Three accessible paid parking spaces are available in front of MOA.

Attendants: MOA participates in the Access 2 Card program and grants free admission to attendants accompanying people with disabilities.

Wheelchairs: We have two wheelchairs that may be borrowed free of charge.

Seating: Racks of lightweight, portable seats are found in several locations within the Museum for your use.

Museum Grounds: The gravel path to the west of the building that leads to the Museum grounds is uneven in places.