Roedde House Museum, in Vancouver's West End, is a late-Victorian home in the Queen Anne revival style. Built in 1893 for the family of Gustav Roedde, the city's first bookbinder, it has been faithfully restored to reflect the day-to-day life of a middle class, immigrant family at the turn of the last century.
Roedde House is owned by the City of Vancouver. Indeed, it was its 1976 designation by the City as a heritage house that was a catalyst for the restoration and development of the entire Barclay Heritage Square. This was a monumental undertaking, involving many dedicated groups and individuals, including the citizens of the residential West End neighbourhood.
Choose an extraordinary setting and write your own beautiful story in a charming Victorian décor. The lovely house in the Queen Anne revival style, looking over Barclay Heritage Square and surrounded by other heritage houses, has a perfect location in the West End. It also boasts perfectly affordable booking rates. It is no wonder that Roedde House was voted as the Number one location to hold a wedding reception in Vancouver by the Vancouver Courier in its Stars of Vancouver 2008 guide.