Roedde House Museum
Roedde House Museum, in Vancouver's West End, is a late-Victorian home in the Queen Anne revival style. Built in 1893 for the family of Gustav Roedde, the city's first bookbinder, it has been faithfully restored to reflect the day-to-day life of a middle class, immigrant family at the turn of the last century.
As one of the oldest buildings in Vancouver, Roedde House Museum is a true historical landmark and a hidden gem. Since 1980, the Roedde House Preservation Society has taken great care to renovate and furnish the house to reflect the atmosphere of late Victorian family life in the West End. Surrounded by downtown Vancouver’s iconic City of Glass buildings, this Victorian mansion stands out and stands apart as a window into our city’s past. Over the years, this designated Class-A Heritage House has welcomed thousands of visitors from around the world. The Museum also serves as a unique Vancouver event space and venue. We have hosted groups of varying sizes for a wide array of events, receptions and meetings. Invite your guests to step back in time while
enjoying all the modern amenities of a contemporary event space.
Event rental space is limited to the first/main floor,
however the second floor bedrooms may be used as dressing rooms. Space accommodates 50 - 65 ppl reception or 35 - 40 ppl seated.
Type Special Event Venues
Neighbourhood West End
Maximum Capacity 50
Event Space Indoors Only