Plan Your Visit
Please note: for The Clock
-Entrance to The Clock is on a first come, first-served basis.
-Once inside the installation, visitors are invited to stay as long as they like. The installation accommodates 54 visitors seated, with an additional capacity for standing room.
-Due to a limited capacity, entry to The Clock is not guaranteed.
-Visitors exiting the installation for any reason surrender seats and will have to rejoin the line for re-entry.
-Photography and the use of electronic devices is not permitted. Please silence or turn off phones.
-Only water is permitted inside The Clock screening room. No other beverages or food permitted.
-There are brief periods of nudity and strong language during The Clock. Visitors should use their discretion.
101 Carrie Cates Court
North Vancouver, BC
Tuesday: 10am – 5pm
Wednesday: 10am – 5pm
Thursday: 10am – 5pm
Friday: 10am – 5pm
Saturday: 10am – 5pm
Sunday: 10am – 5pm
Until the end of 2020, admission to The Polygon Gallery is by donation, made possible through generous, multi-year support from BMO Financial Group.
The Polygon Gallery is located at the bottom of Lonsdale Avenue, between the Tap & Barrel and Lonsdale Quay, 300 meters east of the North Vancouver Seabus Terminal.
The Polygon’s main entrance is on the east side of the building, opposite the Tap & Barrel.
One-hour street parking is available surrounding the Gallery. Pay parking is available at Lonsdale Quay Market, the Pinnacle Hotel at the Pier, and the ICBC parkade, located adjacent to Lonsdale Quay Market with entries off Rogers Avenue and Carrie Cates
The ICBC parkade is free after 6:00pm and weekends.
Chartered buses may temporarily stop and drop guests off in the passenger zone outside The Polygon on Carrie Cates Court.
Chartered boats may arrange moorage to the St Roch Dock (100 ft. long) located in close proximity to The Polygon. To learn more about this public amenity, contact the City’s Shipyards Liaison at firstname.lastname@example.org or 604 982 3910.
The most convenient way to visit The Polygon from downtown Vancouver is via the SeaBus, a 12-minute ride to the North Shore waterfront and steps away from The Polygon Gallery.
The North Vancouver bus loop is also conveniently located adjacent to The Polygon at the foot of Lonsdale Avenue. translink.ca
The Polygon is wheelchair accessible, with wheelchair accessible washrooms and baby changing facilities on both floors.
Assistance dogs are welcome. A water bowl is available on request.
Image: © Attilio Fiumarella, 2019