The Vancouver Art Gallery (VAG), established in the early 1930s, is located in an impressive building, the former main courthouse for Vancouver. During our visit the first two floors were closed due to renovations, and all we saw was the third and fourth floors, which had some exhibits that where not particular appealing to us. There are few exhibits for a lot of space. We actually found the gift shop on the ground floor more interesting than the exhibits. Unlike other sites in Vancouver, the VAG was a disappointment. In its current form it is not worth the price of admission. Photographs are not allowed.
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