Roundhouse Community Arts & Rec Centre

Roundhouse Community Arts & Recreation Centre

181 Roundhouse Mews (Corner of Davie & Pacific), Vancouver

Roundhouse Community CentreLong admired for its functional industrial beauty, the Roundhouse has major historical significance to the City of Vancouver both from an architectural and a social perspective. It is Vancouver’s oldest heritage building still on its original site.

Originally constructed in 1888, the Roundhouse was comprised of a cluster of buildings used to house and service the great steam locomotives of the day. Today the glass pavilion on the north side of the building continues to serve Canada’s rail history as the home to Engine 374 – the first passenger train to enter Vancouver in 1887.

Due to the vision and hard work of many, this beautiful wood post-and-beam structure with its heritage brick walls was renovated after Expo 86 to become a Community Arts and Recreation Centre.


To Book Catering: All Spiced Catering (778)988-9440

Roundhouse Contact Number: Telephone: (604) 713-1800

Please note that events involving liquor will require a posted liquor license issued from a BC Liquor store. In addition, a “Serving it Right” certificate is required if your event is open to the public.