The Herb Museum in Vancouver BC

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We Are Now Open!

  • 5 - 11 PM everyday
  • BC Marijuana Party Building
     2nd Floor (above the BC Marijuana Party Headquarters)
     303 West Hastings Street V6B 1H6
     Vancouver BC
  • Parking available off of side alley, turn left off of Cambie Street north of Hastings.


    Vancouver's Herb Museum is a one-of-a-kind collection of drug war and herbal medicine history.


    Located in the famous Pot Block of “Vansterdam”, the museum is home to 5 rooms of exhibits and more than 1200 artifacts from as early as the first century AD all the way to the present day.

    Exhibits include:

  • Ancient Cannabis
  • Medical Cannabis (1720s to present!)
  • Industrial Hemp
  • Hallucinogens/Psychedelics/Entheogens
  • Aphrodisiacs
  • Opium
  • Coca
  • Non-Psychoactive Botanicals
  • The "Invisible Drugs": Coffee, Tea, Tobacco, & Chocolate
  • Mushrooms/Fungi of all Varieties: Magical, Medicinal, Edible, and Industrial/Environmental


    Bring your own BC bud and burn while you learn in our Art Gallery/Lounge - for your convenience, we have a volcano vaporizer, bongs, bubblers, pipes, and papers too! Cannabis, psychedelic, and drug-peace art decorate the walls, featuring local artistic geniuses Ken Foster, Megan Allard, Dottie Locks, Dave Douglas, Alan Sayers, and Cannabis Culture's Bob High.

  • Gallery and first 2 Rooms free!
  • Full Museum + Vaporizer & 1 Hour Tour: $5
  • Full Museum + Bong, Bubbler, Pipe, or Papers, & 30 Min Tour: $2.50
  • Bring your own bud.


    The Herb Museum's Art Gallery is also a small gift shop where you can purchase unique postcards, framed original cannabis, Vansterdam, and drug-peace art by local artists, foamcore prints of hilarious, trippy, and informative drug war and herbal history images, stoner supplies, bong cleaner, pipes, and vintage drug war t-shirts. Prices start at $0.50, so there's something for everyone's budget!

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