Art Gallery of Ontario Transformed:
AGO Collection Highlights:
- Henry Moore sculpture gallery – the largest public collection of works by this British sculptor
- Masterpieces by Anthony van Dyck, Claude Monet, Pablo Picasso, Vincent Van Gogh and many others
- Pivotal works by major Canadian artists, including Emily Carr and members of the Group of Seven
- Peter Paul Rubens' The Massacre of the Innocents was added as part of the AGO transformation
- Contemporary works demonstrating major Canadian, American and European art movements, including those by Claes Oldenburg, Andy Warhol, and General Idea
- 317 Dundas Street West
AGO Hours of Operation:
Wednesday, Thursday & Friday: 10 am – 8:30 pm
Closed on Monday
AGO Admission ($Can):
FREE Wednesday Evenings from 6 pm to 8:30 pm (may vary during holiday season.)
Getting to the AGO:
- Ride the subway to St. Patrick Station – the AGO is just 3 short blocks away.
- Take the 505 streetcar; it stops at the AGO McCaul Street entrance.
- Check the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) for subway, streetcar and bus routes and times.
Near the AGO:
- The AGO is in the heart of Chinatown, so be sure to finish your gallery visit around mealtime.
- Don’t want Chinese? Nearby Beverly Street boasts dozens of trendy eateries and cafes.
- The AGO is a 10-minute walk from Queen Street, one of the hottest shopping streets in Toronto.