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Chinese Canadian Museum

Museums & Heritage Sites, Accessibility

27 Pender St E, Vancouver, British Columbia, V6A 1S9

Health and Safety Info

Chinese Canadian Museum Accessibility

This business has self-assessed as having the following accessible attributes. Please contact the business directly for further detail if required.

Mobility

Entrance
  • Entrance has no steps or if there are one or more steps, there is non-slip ramp with a maximum of 5% slope
  • Entry route has a door that is at minimum 815 mm wide
Lobby Or Reception Area
  • Lowered counter at the reception or ticket desk
Restroom In Public Area
  • Designated gender-neutral/family restroom that can also accommodate a support person
  • Can be reached without going up or down stairs, has a main entrance and/or stall that is a minimum 815 mm wide and has an outward swing door
Activities & Transportation
  • Key activities are accessible to guests using mobility devices
  • Pathways are hard packed surfaces with a maximum slope 5%

Vision

Overall Space
  • Multiple lighting sources to improve visibility
  • Customer service staff have been trained, and prepared to verbally describe rooms, menus, business amenities and contracts/waivers in detail

Hearing

Overall Space
  • Accommodation has closed captioning on TVs/video boards

Cognitive & Sensory Friendly

Restroom In Public Area
  • Designated gender-neutral/family restroom that can also accommodate a support person

General

Emergency Plan
  • System in place for guests to contact a staff member for help if required

Welcome to Chinese Canadian Museum’s temporary exhibition site in Vancouver Chinatown, currently showing 3 exhibitions: “A Seat at the Table: Chinese Immigration and British Columbia”, “A Tale of Two Families”, and “Seeds to Success: Story of the H.Y. Louie Family.” Located at the Hon Hsing Building in Vancouvers Chinatown, the building itself is a historic icon built in 1910. Chinese Canadian Museum is dedicated to honouring Chinese Canadian history, contributions, and living heritage in British Columbia. Telling stories through the diverse voices of Chinese Canadians, the museum will be a testament to Chinese Canadian experiences, and foster respect, inclusion, and collaboration among all communities and across generations.