HERA X HYCROFT
In June 1962 the University Women’s Club of Vancouver acquired Hycroft, a magnificent Edwardian mansion located in Shaughnessy to use as its Clubhouse. The house was originally built for Alexander Duncan McRae, a leading businessman and politician in Western Canada at the beginning of the twentieth century. McRae wanted to make his new home a spectacular showplace in Vancouver and enlisted the services of Thomas Hooper, a renowned Western Canadian. Hooper’s other designs include the Winch building, now the Sinclair Centre, and the Provincial Court Houses in Vernon and Revelstoke. Steeped in tradition, Hcroft offers the ideal setting for an elegant and intimate evening wedding ceremony.
Address: 1489 McRae Ave, Vancouver, BC V6H 1V1
Number: (604) 731-4661
Maximum Capacity: 130 for seated dinner, 250 for standing reception
Type: Ballroom, Mansion
Event Services: Bridal suite, catering/bar, liability insurance
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