Museum of North Vancouver
The Museum of North Vancouver (formerly NVMA) was founded in 1972 as the North Shore Museum & Archives. Since 1996 it has been governed by the North Vancouver Museum & Archives Commission, a joint civic properties commission operated under the auspices of the City and the District of North Vancouver.
Museum of North Vancouver encourages you to explore North Vancouver’s fascinating history, to share your stories, research people and neighborhoods, experience exhibitions, and advance your understanding of local people, cultures, and history. The museum preserves historically valuable community records and artifacts; it makes them meaningful and accessible to the public by organizing exhibitions, delivering educational programs, caring for collections, and providing access to archival information.