Visit all year! As many times as you'd like.


Admission includes Collections and Special Exhibitions.

Members - FREE
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Under 25 years - FREE
Ontarians under 25 years can enjoy free admission. Visitors 18 - 24 years must show valid ID to claim their pass.

AGO Annual Pass (25+ yrs) - $40
Enjoy unlimited visits all year.

Adult Single Day Admission (18+ yrs) - $30 
For $10 more, purchase an AGO Annual Pass for unlimited visits!

Youth Single Day (10-17 yrs) - $15

Child Single Day (0-9 yrs) - FREE

Ontario Residents:
Annual Pass (14–24 yrs) - FREE
Youth Single Day (10–17 yrs) - FREE

Indigenous Peoples - FREE
The AGO offers complimentary admission to all Indigenous Peoples.

First Wednesday Night Free
Admission to the AGO is free the first Wednesday night of each month, between 6pm – 9pm.  Book your free General Admission tickets online in advance to ensure entry. Check out First Wednesday Night Free for everything you need to know. 

Group Visits
Groups are back at the AGO! Visit our Groups page, or email us at Group Sales for more information.

The AGO now accepts payment from WeChat Pay and Alipay. Visitors are invited to use the apps onsite to pay for tickets, events, food and shopping. As always, the AGO accepts cash, debit and credit.

Limitation of Liability

Any public space where people come together, like the AGO, produces a risk of exposure to the coronavirus (COVID-19). Help keep each other healthy by following health & safety guidelines, maintaining social distancing, and wearing a mask during your visit to the AGO. By being in public spaces like the AGO you voluntarily assume all the risks related to exposure.


Gallery Hours

10:30 AM
5:00 PM
10:30 AM
9:00 PM
10:30 AM
5:00 PM
10:30 AM
9:00 PM
10:30 AM
5:30 PM
10:30 AM
5:30 PM


Monday, July 1 10:30 AM - 4:00 PM

Hours List


AGO Bistro

Espresso Bar

Members' Lounge

Hands-On Centre

Print and Drawing Study Centre

Library & Archives


317 Dundas St. W, Toronto ON
Call 1-877-225-4246 or 416-979-6648



From the Queen Elizabeth Way (QEW)

  1. Merge onto Gardiner Expy E.
  2. Take the Spadina Ave. exit
  3. Use any lane to turn left onto Lower Spadina Ave/Spadina Ave.
  4. Continue to follow Spadina Ave.
  5. Turn right onto Dundas St W.
  6. The AGO is at the corner of Dundas Street and Beverley Street, on your right side.

From the 401

  1. Take the Avenue Road S exit.
  2. Continue on Avenue Rd. Drive to Dundas St W.
  3. Turn right onto Dundas St. West and you will soon see the AGO at the corner of Dundas and McCaul, on your left side.

From Pearson International Airport

  1. Follow ON-427 S and Gardiner Expy E to Lower Spadina Ave/Spadina Ave in Old Toronto.
  2. Take the Spadina Ave. exit from Gardiner Expy E.
  3. Continue on Spadina Ave. to Dundas St W
  4. Turn right onto Dundas St W.
  5. The AGO is at the corner of Dundas Street and Beverley Street on your right side.


The St. Patrick stop on the Yonge-University-Spadina line is the closest stop to the AGO entrance. It is 3 blocks from University or a 5 minute walk.

St. Patrick is also an accessible subway station with an elevator.

  1. Exit the subway station and walk west on Dundas St W towards Simcoe Street.
  2. You will pass the Village by the Grange building on the left.
  3. At McCaul Street, you will see the AGO on the left hand side.

Visit the TTC website for transit maps and schedules.

Dundas Streetcar

If you're taking the 505 Dundas streetcar from the east, get off at McCaul Street. If you're arriving from the west, get off at Beverley Street. The streetcar stops are located conveniently right in front of the AGO.

Spadina Streetcar

If you are arriving on the 510 Spadina streetcar from the north or south, get off at Dundas Street and walk east along Dundas. You will see the AGO on the right hand side when you reach Beverley Street. It is 3 blocks from Spadina or about a 5 minute walk.

Visit the TTC website for transit maps and schedules.


Walk from the Eaton Centre

  1. Walk west on Dundas Street and you will see the AGO on the left hand side when you reach McCaul Street (3 blocks past University Avenue). The walk is about 10 minutes.

Walk from the CN Tower

  1. Walk north on John Street to where it ends at the south edge of Grange Park.
  2. As you walk through the park you will see the new, tinted-titanium-and-glass four-storey south wing.
  3. Head west to Beverley Street or east to McCaul Street to enter the building on Dundas Street.


Several bicycle racks are located at the corner of Dundas and Beverley Street. Bicycles are parked at the owner's risk.

Cycling Network Map

Bike Share Toronto

There is a Bike Share Toronto dock on the west side of the AGO, on Beverly St. Visit the Bike Share Toronto website for bike pricing and availability.


Visit to find parking options nearby.

Visit Motor Coach and Bus Parking Information for Toronto for further information on parking for charter buses.



Let's Chat

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Let's Chat

Tuesday to Sunday, 1-4 PM, and Wednesdays and Fridays, 6-8 PM

The Gallery Guide Program at the AGO fosters a peer to peer volunteer learning environment focused on sharing personal perspectives on art.

Explore current exhibitions and artworks with our volunteer Gallery Guides. Look for the Gallery Guides and a Let’s Chat floor mat in the gallery space so you won’t miss out!

Things to Do

Courses & Workshops – All year long!

Whether you’ve never picked up a paintbrush or you’ve studied art for years, the AGO has a course for you. The Anne Tanenbaum Gallery School offers a broad range of courses in a fun and supportive environment that includes access to our galleries for added inspiration.

Courses and workshops are offered for all ages, including babes and families, children and youth.
New schedules every season

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