Musqueam's facilities include the Cultural Education Resource Centre and Museum, the Community Centre, sports field, and golf course.


Musqueam Cultural Education Resource Centre

The Musqueam Cultural Education Resource Centre is the reconstruction of the original 2010 Olympics Four Hosts Aboriginal Pavilion. This pavilion’s brilliant architecture was inspired by the traditional woven cedar hat used by Indigenous people across the region. This signature building is at the heart of the community and serves as a cultural and learning resource centre which overlooks the foreshore lands and the Fraser River. The building contains a front reception area, a gallery/ museum, a central meeting room, cultural/language classroom and office. The gallery space houses many of our belongings that help teach our community and the public about our history and culture. Our Musqueam archives contains our library, oral history recordings and transcripts, and other important materials that help preserve our history.


Musqueam Community Centre 

The Musqueam Community Centre is a 31,000 square foot multi-purpose facility adjacent to the Administration building and across the street from the Cultural Education Resource Centre. The complex has a full size gymnasium with upper viewing area, a fitness centre, change rooms, a lounge, a youth centre, a full commercial kitchen, classrooms, boardroom, yoga studio, and administration offices.



Musqueam Sports Fields 

This state-of-the-art facility was completed in 2015 and consists of two full-sized soccer fields and a club house, complete with changing rooms and multimedia capability. The complex is a symbol of Musqueam pride and sportsmanship. It provides space to develop the abilities of young Musqueam athletes and promotes fitness in the community.




Contact: Facilities Coordinator, Noreen Point – [email protected]


Musqueam Golf and Learning Academy 
For more information please visit: http://www.musqueamgolf.com/