• Phone: 1-4169796648
  • Ticket Price: 20 CAD
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Timing: 10:00 am - 05:30 pm

    Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, Sunday

    10:30 am - 05:00 pm

    Wednesday, Friday

    10:30 am - 09:00 pm

    Days: Monday


    Tuesday to Sunday

    11:00 am - 03:00 pm
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    Address: 317 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON M5T 1G4, Canada Show on map

About Art Gallery Of Ontario Or A G O, Toronto

This Awesome Art gallery is always innovating with new and eccentric art exhibitions always taking place here. They also have a pretty amazing array of art on display in their permanent collections.

There is an extensive collection of Canadian Art which will give you a glorious insight into the History and culture of the country. Tom Thomson, Emily Carr and Cornelius Kreighoff are some of the illustrious artists on display. There is a special collection entirely dedicated to the work of David Milne.

Besides this, there is also a collection of European Art. The Gallery also pays homage to African and Oceanic art through their display. Modern Art as well as Photography also find a place of honor. Culture seekers and art-lovers should certainly put this one on their list.

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Art Gallery Of Ontario Or A G O Information

  • The Museum is wheelchair accessible.
  • Notwithstanding showcase displays, the structure houses a broad library, learner spaces, and display workshop space, craftsman in habitation, a high-end restaurant, boutique, and other sections. Throughout the AGO's history, it has been composed a percentage of the world's generally famous and noteworthy displays.

Art Gallery Of Ontario Or A G O Tickets Prices

  • Given are general admission prices for adults.
  • Adult: 19.50 CAD
  • Senior(65+): 16 CAD
  • Student: 11 CAD
  • Youth(6-17): 11 CAD
  • Family pass(2 adults+5 youth): 49 CAD
  • Child(5 & under): Free
  • Wednesday nights(6pm – 9 pm): Free
  • For other details and discounts please refer official website.

Art Gallery Of Ontario Or A G O Opening and Closing Hours

  • For other detailed timings please refer to official website.

How To Get To Art Gallery Of Ontario Or A G O by Public Transport

  • By Bus: Bus 502 stops at McCaul Loop bus station.
  • By Tram: Tram 505 has a stop at Dundas St West at McCaul St light rail station.
  • By Subway: St. Patrick Station is a short walk away.

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  • Always interesting rotating exhibitions and an incredibly vast and varied collection. The Gehry Architecture is pretty cool. Staff are friendly and aren't stuffy at all. Some laughably bad pieces of 'art', but I'm not a critic and know little about what artistic value a square on a giant blank canvas has. Either way there were some pieces that I thought were stunning and it is likely the best gallery in Canada.

  • Nice collection of Dutch golden age paintings. Georgia O'Keeffe exhibit was great, too. I thought the contemporary art was OK. I found it hard to navigate the museum due to the odd layout of the rooms. The map does not clearly mark what is in each room.

  • 5 floors to explore at will, with top 2 changing every so often. Loved walking through for first time and seeing the modern art inspired by political issues in the last decade and more. A taste of Toronto art also resides here. Then onward to the lower floors of classic sculptures and beautiful paintings and if you are into it, ships. Can't wait to visit again! Don't miss the coffee shop, situated in a crescent-shaped, bright passage created by woodbeam semi-arches and expansive windows facing Dundas St.

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  • I absolutely loved this place. Everything about AGO is beautiful. My friend and I got a little tour of our own by one of the security guards who happened to know so much about the history of the English.

  • This gallery has gone from a decent but slightly hum drum institution to one of my favourite places to see art in the city. Great shows, rotating works from the collection, fabulous new director, and lovely members lounge that is quiet and serves great food.. A welcome refuge from the busy city!!!

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