CELEBRATE IN OUR SPECTACULAR WATERFRONT VENUE

Located in the heart of the Shipyards District on Vancouver’s North Shore, The Polygon Gallery is a stunning event venue with city skyline views and a clean, contemporary aesthetic. Follow along with @thepolygonvenue

MICRO-EVENT PACKAGES

Due to the ever-changing situation with COVID-19 and the BC Provincial Health Officer’s restrictions on large gatherings indefinitely, The Polygon Gallery is offering micro event packages with hourly rental options for small corporate meetings and gatherings, or intimate celebrations with friends and family through 2021. With stunning views spanning the Burrard Inlet and downtown Vancouver, The Polygon’s new micro event packages provide exclusive access to the Seaspan Pavilion and its covered, private balcony on the upper floor of the gallery for up to 50 people. This beautiful room provides an exceptional amount of space to host a small meeting or reception and create a memorable wedding celebration.

View the Micro Wedding Package

View the Micro Corporate Event Package

FULL-SIZED VENUE RENTALS

Looking for a venue in 2022? Minutes from downtown Vancouver, our unparalleled space can accommodate groups up to 180 for seated dinners, and is able to welcome up to 500 guests throughout the building for stand-up receptions. The Polygon Gallery is ideal for weddings, corporate meetings, gala events, professional filming, and photoshoots.

Please note that our venue rental policy inhibits the use of our event space for publicly ticketed events, art exhibitions or art auctions. As a non-profit, public gallery, venue rental revenues directly fund the Gallery’s ground-breaking exhibitions and programs.

View the 2020 / 2021 Rentals Package

Testimonials

“The atmosphere of your gallery along with the breathtaking backdrop of Vancouver’s skyline, made for a night that is unforgettable”
– Conference Operations | TED Conferences

“Thanks again for everything, your staff was really superb and we won’t hesitate to recommend The Polygon Gallery for future events…”
– Meeting Specialist I AT Kearney

“Thank you for giving us the opportunity to grace your beautiful space with such a beautiful and memorable party. Your staff were kind and accommodating at all times. The Gallery can be proud indeed.”
– Ian + Carolyn 

“We absolutely loved having our wedding at The Polygon Gallery…the guests were blown away but that isn’t much of a surprise as we knew they would be😉”
– Sarah + Jose 

Catering

The Polygon Gallery’s priority is providing an outstanding event experience for guests, while respecting the museum environment in which it operates. The following caterers have been selected for their experience and stellar reputation in the city as well as their familiarization with The Polygon Gallery’s custom catering kitchen, on-site inventory, catering guidelines, and policies. Please contact them directly for menus and quotes.

Edge Catering
604.876.7226
events@edgecatering.ca
edgecatering.ca

Peake of Catering
604.872.8431
info@peakeofcatering.com
peakeofcatering.com

Navraj Sweets
778.889.5126
navrajsweets@gmail.com
www.navrajsweets.com

Railtown Catering
604.568.8811
contact@railtowncatering.ca
railtowncatering.ca

Truffles Fine Foods
604.505.4961
info@trufflesfinefoods.com
trufflesfinefoods.com

Cocktails & Canapes
604.424.8788
info@cocktailsandcanapes.ca
cocktailsandcanapes.ca

Louis Gervais Fine Foods & Catering
604.904.7720
louis@louisgervais.com
louisgervaiscatering.com

The Polygon looks forward to assisting you with your special event. Please contact:

Jessica Walker
Weddings and Proposals
604.999.0358
rentals@thepolygon.ca

Faye Bednarczyk
Corporate Events and Filming
778.288.4456
f.bednarczyk@thepolygon.ca

Image above: @rachelbarkmanweddings

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