The 5 best places to buy first nations art and jewellery in Vancouver

1) Hill's Native Art

This impressive 4000-square-foot (372-square-metre) Mount Pleasant gallery is home to one of the largest collections of Northwest Coast Native Art. Featuring over 1200 Native artists and representing every Nation of the Northwest Coast, you’ll find everything here from totem poles to rattles and drums.

interior of Hills Native Art store in Vancouver

5) Lattimer

After spending much of their adult lives travelling B.C. and establishing strong relationships with indigenous artists, husband-and-wife Leona and David Lattimer opened their gallery in 1986. The space is warm and inviting, inspired by the Northwest Longhouse, and includes an impressive display of jewellery, carvings, sculptures, totem poles and much more.

native arts' gallery Lattimer in Vancouver

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