Aga Khan Museum will be reopening its doors on June 27th as museums and art galleries are allowed to reopen from June 24th in Toronto as part of Stage 2 reopening.
Several health and safety measures will be in place. Visitors are encouraged to buy tickets online. Timed entry will be in place and those who show up without a ticket may have to wait for the next available entry time.
In addition to timed entry, the museum has introduced reserved hours for seniors and immuno-compromised. From Tuesday to Friday, admissions between 10 am and 12 pm are reserved for seniors (age 65 and older) and people who are immuno-compromised. Other people who are not accompanying a senior or immuno-compromised person are kindly asked to visit outside these hours.
Aga Khan Museum Reopening
The Aga Khan Museum provides visitors with a window into the artistic, intellectual, and scientific contributions of Muslim civilizations to world heritage.
The Aga Khan Museum has three primary exhibition spaces. On the first floor, the Collections Gallery and Bellerive Room are dedicated to showcasing the Museum’s Permanent Collection. In the Collections Gallery, visitors can enjoy rotating displays of nearly 200 masterpieces reflecting a broad range of artistic styles and representing more than ten centuries of human history. In the Bellerive Room, visitors are invited to explore selections from the impressive ceramic collection of the late Prince Sadruddin Aga Khan and Princess Catherine Aga Khan.
Tue, Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun : 10am – 6pm
Wednesdays : 10am – 8pm (Free 4 – 8pm)
Mondays : Closed
Tuesday to Friday, admissions between 10 am and 12 pm are reserved for seniors (age 65 and older) and people who are immuno-compromised.
Admission will be PWYC until July 26.
Where: 77 Wynford Drive, Toronto, Ontario, M3C 1K1