Things to know before your visit
Non-medical masks covering both mouth and nose are mandatory for visitors over the age of 5.
Visits should be pre-booked at bcsportshall.com/tickets. Tickets are date and time specific to support safe physical distancing.
Visitors who are unwell, displaying signs of COVID-19, or recently exposed to COVID-19 will not be permitted entry. We also ask that guests refrain from visiting if they have been tested for COVID-19 within the past 72 hours.
All guests should sanitize hands upon entry, respect posted gallery capacities and wayfinding arrows, and maintain physical distancing from those outside their group.
Starting September 13, 2021, proof of immunization will be required. To provide an additional layer of protection for our guests and to align with stadium event procedures, the BC Sports Hall of Fame will be adopting the vaccine certificate protocol for all visitors ages 12 and up.
Refunds will be made available for tickets purchased by/for guests who are unable to provide vaccination certificates.
September 13: Partially Vaccinated
By September 13, you must be partially vaccinated to access the BC Sports Hall of Fame facility.
You’re partially vaccinated with 1 dose.
October 24: Fully Vaccinated
By October 24, you must be fully vaccinated to access the BC Sports Hall of Fame facility.
You’re fully vaccinated at least seven days after your second dose
Transition Period to September 26
To give everyone time to get their BC Vaccine Card, up to and including September 26, you can show other forms of proof of vaccination:
• Wallet-sized immunization record card (given out at vaccine clinics)
• Printed immunization record from Health Gateway
• Immunization record from your pharmacy (AstraZeneca/SII COVISHIELD)
• National Defence Canada COVID-19 vaccine record or card
• Provincial Immunization Registry record (used by Interior Health and others)
• ImmunizeBC record (used by First Nations Health Authority and others)
• Health authority immunization records: Fraser Health, Vancouver Coastal Health, Northern Health
Checking ID and Vaccination Certificates
Our guest services staff will ask all guests to see your BC Vaccine Card or immunization record and a piece of valid government photo ID, for example:
• B.C. driver’s licence or BC Services Card
• Photo ID issued by another province, territory, or country of origin
• Proof of vaccination from your province or territory
• Proof of vaccination used to enter Canada (like ArriveCAN)
We remain committed to the continued development and application of new safety measures and processes as they become available that are effective and convenient for our staff and guests. Such measures are vital to the safe restart of the attraction/tourism sector, which, apart from enabling people to travel freely, is also an essential driver of economic activity in BC.
If you or a member of your party are feeling sick, we ask that you remain home and contact HealthLink BC at 811. Examples include a new cough, headache, weakness, fever, difficulty breathing, loss of smell or taste, loss of appetite, or chills.
Did you or a member of your party provide care to or have close contact with a person with COVID-19 (probable or confirmed) while they were ill? If so, we ask that you refrain from visiting us during this time.
Easy rescheduling and refunds
If any of the above situations apply to you, we will be happy to reschedule your visit free of charge or provide a full refund. Please forward your request along with this confirmation to firstname.lastname@example.org and one of our Sports Hall teammates will respond as soon as possible.
While you’re here
Please note that all guests, with the exception of those under the age of five, will be asked to wear a non-medical mask or face covering while inside the BC Sports Hall of Fame and to sanitize their hands upon entry. Galleries and exhibits will have clearly marked capacities and we ask that you maintain physical distancing from anyone who is not living with you.
Thank you for doing your part in helping us curb the spread of COVID-19 in our community.
What you can expect from us
We will be wearing non-medical masks or face coverings when we interact with you
We will provide sanitized styluses for your use with any interactive touch screens.
Plexiglass barriers in high interaction areas at Guest Services
Cashless contact-free payments through online pre-booking and Apple Pay or tap-enabled debit or credit on site
Daily disinfection of our facilities by qualified contractors and periodic cleaning of high touch surfaces throughout our operating hours
Our detailed Communicable Disease Safety Plan is also available for your information. Should you have any questions about our plan, please drop us a line at email@example.comOn behalf of everyone at the BC Sports Hall of Fame, thank you for your continued support. We are grateful to have you with us and hope that you enjoy your visit.
Until further notice, we are pausing the following programs for the safety of our fans and teammates:
BC Place Stadium Tours
We hope to resume this programming when gatherings are possible again. For information about youth education programs and the options available, please touch base with us at firstname.lastname@example.org