25 And Under Free
All visitors who are 25 and under receive free, unlimited admission to the AGO. Click here to learn more.
AGO Free Wednesday Nights
Free admission to our collection galleries every Wednesday from 6-9 pm is a longstanding tradition. Free General Admission tickets must be booked in advance, online. Every Monday, a limited number of free timed-entry tickets will be released for the following Wednesday night. To receive your free ticket, you will need a valid email address. A maximum of four (4) tickets can booked at one time. Book your tickets.
Please dress for the weather as the queue for tickets begins outside the AGO. Pack light as wait times for coat check may be longer than usual! Please refrain from bringing oversized bags. For more information about updated health and safety measures, review our visitor guidelines.
Community Access Program
Community organizations serving marginalized individuals can provide their clients with free and reduced fee visits to the AGO through our Community Access Program.
For more information about the Community Access Program please email: [email protected].
Toronto Public Library MAP program
The AGO is proud to be one of the founding members of the Toronto Public Library’s Museum + Arts Pass (MAP) program, “Borrow” free of charge a family pass to the AGO from any of the Toronto Public Library’s 100 branches. Sponsored by THE BENNETT FAMILY FOUNDATION.
For more information, please visit www.torontopubliclibrary.ca/museum-arts-passes/index.jsp.
Canoo Cultural Access Pass
The AGO is proud to be a founding partner of the Canoo Cultural Access Pass, administered by the Institute of Canadian Citizenship (ICC). Through this program, new Canadian citizens and permanent residents can obtain a year-long free pass, providing them with free admission to over 1400 experiences and places to visit, as well as discounts on travel, concerts, festivals, outdoor activities, sports, and more.
This unprecedented program began as a pilot project in 2007, created by the AGO. Titled "Citizen AGO," it was conceived as an effort to promote active citizenship and help new citizens learn more about their new home country through art. The pilot was embraced by the Institute for Canadian Citizenship, and the program is now available across Canada.
For more information on the Cultural Access Pass program for new Canadian citizens, please visit the Canoo website.