1) The Haida Heritage Centre at Kay 'Llnagaay (HHC) only accepts payment in Cash, Visa, Mastercard, and Debit.
a) HHC will only accept Canadian and American currency with no American exchange rate.
b) HHC does not accept personal cheques under any circumstance.
2) All staff of the QHCS, Haida Gwaii Museum, Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve and Haida Heritage Site are admitted free of charge but must pay relevant fees for any tours or programming.
3) All Haidas and their spouses are admitted free of charge but must pay additional fees for any tours or programming.
4) School groups will be admitted for a flat rate of $35 per visit.
5) Admissions fees provide access to the facility for solely the day in which payment is received.
6) Guests must keep their receipts or bracelets as proof of purchase to re-enter the Haida Heritage Centre. If a receipt of bracelet is not produced as evidence of payment, re-admittance is at the discretion of the receptionist.
7) Once admission is paid there are no refunds.
8) The Director of Operations or designate is to be contacted immediately if any conflict arises related to admissions.
9) Free access only to the Gina DaalGahl Naay Trading House Gift Shop.
10) Paid admission fees allow visitors to access the Performance House, Haida Gwaii Museum, Canoe House, and Carving House.
11) Photos can be taken everywhere except in the Haida Gwaii Museum spaces.
12) Visitors arriving within thirty (30) minutes of closing can be admitted at half price.
13) All carvers, artists, and users of the centre spaces are admitted free of charge.
14) Renters and Coast Mountain College (CMC) users should identify themselves to Front Desk staff upon entry.
During regular hours of operation, all visitors are welcome free of charge to access the centre’s classrooms for meetings, orientations, Parks/CMC events and classes, washrooms, public pay phone, Eating House restaurant, Gina DaalGahl Naay Trading House Gift Shop, and six (6) totem poles.
All Visitors arriving to view the centre’s components are obliged to pay full admission fee. The admission fee provides access to the full Haida Heritage Centre and Haida Gwaii Museum. This includes the Haida Gwaii Museum, Performance House, Canoe House, Bill Reid Teaching Centre, and Carving Shed. Also included is free parking, bag/coat check, brief orientation, self guide pamphlet, video, and photo access everywhere but the Haida Gwaii Museum.
All visitors are encouraged to enter the building through the main entrance where they will receive an orientation. Upon payment of admission fee(s), visitors will be given a coloured bracelet that they must self-administer to verify payment and access the entire centre.
Front Desk staff will be responsible to monitor all entrances and visitors to ensure that all visitors that have accessed paid areas have indeed paid admission fees. By utilizing security cameras, roaming guides, two-way radios, and contact and communication with visitors, Front Desk staff should be able to monitor and ensure that all visitors pay the required admission fees.
Any visitors or persons wishing to access the centre’s administration of Coast Mountain College staff must first check in at the front desk and either obtain a visitor pass or wait for the person they came to see to meet them in the Welcome House. Anybody wishing to access Parks staff or areas must enter through the main Parks entrance.
All Carvers, artists, and users of other areas of the centre besides the classroom are allowed access free of charge of all areas excluding the Haida Gwaii Museum.
All members or pass holders must produce their membership or centre pass cards at the front desk for admission.
Family rates apply to immediate families with a maximum of six (6) members, additional family members must pay full admission fees.