The AGO is wheelchair accessible. Street-level access to the AGO is available through our Group Entrance, open during all public hours. Wheelchairs and walkers are available to visitors on a first-come first-served basis or may be reserved in advance of your visit. Wheelchair FAQ.
A support person accompanying a visitor with disabilities will be allowed to stay with the visitor at all times and will be provided with free admission to the AGO. AGO Policy on Support Persons
A service animal may accompany a visitor to all public areas of the AGO. AGO Policy on Service Animals
Front of Line Access
Visitors with disabilities and their guests can request front of line access for immediate service. AGO Policy on Front of Line Service
Front of the line passes are available to visitors with disabilities and may be reserved in advance of your visit.
Large Print Materials
This large-print label resource is a key part of the AGO's ongoing commitment to inclusion and accessibility and will continue to grow and evolve to better supplement engagement to both the web and in-gallery experiences. Large-print copies for current exhibitions are listed below for you to download and reference.
Haegue Yang: Emergence
Illusions: The Art of Magic
Assistive Devices and Medical Supplies
While the AGO has strict rules on items allowed in gallery spaces, special permission may be granted for assistive devices and medical supplies needed by visitors with disabilities.
Multiple Chemical Sensitivities
The AGO works to decrease the amount of scents in the building by using unscented cleaning products. AGO staff can assist visitors with MCS by providing information about the times and days when our galleries are less busy. We can also direct you to areas where there are fewer visitors once you are at the AGO and advise you of areas that have been recently painted.
TTY Telephone Service
TTY Telephone Service is available at one of the pay phones near cafeAGO, Concourse Level.