Met Hotel

Greater Vancouver’s oldest Heritage Hotel. Centrally located, and just steps to SkyTrain.

Built in 1892 and originally known as the Burr Block, this building is one of only two buildings in the downtown core to survive the fire of 1898. A classic Victorian building of red brick with terra cotta ornament, it has recently been redone as an elegant boutique hotel. The Met offers 26 guest rooms, each with eleven foot ceilings, decorated in a traditional style.

University Women’s Club of Vancouver – Hycroft Mansion

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Hycroft, a heritage mansion in Shaughnessy, is available for rentals. Depending on your requirements, you can rent the entire house, or different room packages.

The house is regularly used for celebrations, weddings, retirements, fundraising, lectures, meetings, conferences, book launches, business events, concerts as well as movies and photo shoots.

Savoury Chef Foods absolutely loves being a featured caterer to The Hycroft Mansion.


Roundhouse Community Centre

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Please contact us to celebrate your next memorable event at the Roundhouse Community Centre.

As a public facility, jointly operated by the Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation and the Roundhouse Community Arts and Recreation Society, the Roundhouse Community Centre is Vancouver’s oldest heritage building located on its original site.

After Expo 86 closed, all of the temporary buildings used during the fair were dismantled and removed leaving the Roundhouse sitting alone on Pacific Boulevard at the foot of Davie Street. Except as a backdrop for the occasional film being shot on location, the Roundhouse sat empty waiting for the next phase of its use as a key building in Vancouver’s history. When Concord Pacific proposed the overall development plan for the new community on the 204 acres of False Creek north waterfront, the historic Roundhouse was designated as a public amenity and plans for a new community centre began — but only after attempts to turn the Roundhouse into a collection of boutique shops were defeated by concerted citizens’ action. Zoning that would ensure its rejuvenation into a public facility was enacted in 1993.


Aberthau Mansion

Aberthau Mansion – Floor Plan – Main Floor – PDF

This beautiful Tudor-style house has had an interesting history. At its inception known as “Aberthau”, Gaelic for ‘place filled with light’, it was used as an officer’s mess during WW II and obtained by the Park Board in 1974 when the federally owned parcel of land known as Jericho Beach was given to the City.

Now the West Point Grey Community Centre consists of six buildings or facilities including a former carriage house and stable which has been transformed into one of the city’s best-equipped pottery studios. Other nearby buildings include a gymnasium, fitness centre, and the cooperatively operated Jericho Arts Centre.

Located practically beach side at West 2nd Avenue and NW Marine Drive, West Point Grey Community Centre serves a largely English speaking community featuring a myriad of recreation programs for all ages. Some featured programs are health and fitness, day camps, special events, outdoor excursions and socials, painting and drawing, pottery and drama along with the popular bi-weekly coffee house-style event; Monday Night Live.