MacKenzie Art Gallery

3475 Albert Street Regina S4S 6X6


(306) 584-4250

Year Round.

Photo Credit: Asymetric/Finn O'Hara

Photo Credit: Asymetric/Finn O’Hara

About MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada

The MacKenzie Art Gallery is Saskatchewan’s largest public art gallery. A legacy of Norman MacKenzie K. C. (1869 – 1936), the MacKenzie art gallery was first opened in 1953 at the Regina campus of the University of Saskatchewan. He was a prominent Regina lawyer and patron of arts. Following his death in 1936, his impressive art collection was bequeathed to the University of Saskatchewan, Regina College, along with an endowment. It was changed to the community based MacKenzie Art Gallery and moved to the T.C. Douglas Building at 3475 Albert Street in 1990.

The Gallery has various works of relevance and value including several historical and contemporary works. The MacKenzie Art Gallery has the distinction of having Western Canada’s finest 19th and 20th century European works. It has emerged as a leader in presenting various Aboriginal art and artists and is known for the many exhibitions of First Nations art held at the Gallery.

What to do at MacKenzie Art Gallery?

Attractions and things to do at MacKenzie Art Gallery

The Gallery holds rotating exhibitions throughout the year in a variety of art styles on par with the best art galleries in North America. The art studio behind the gift shop is a great place for children to explore their creativity.

Visitors can also enjoy a breadth of fresh air with the ‘Outdoor Sculpture Garden Self-Guided Walking Tour’.

Visitors on Sunday can enjoy ‘Studio Sunday’, a family friendly event where families can explore the exhibitions through family-focused tours, hands on art-making, and special Sunday events with storytelling and special guest artists. The Family Focused Tours start at 3 pm upstairs in the Gallery. Art-making session is at 2 – 4 pm in the Learning Centre.

Learning Centre
Open during gallery hours, the learning centre provides art supplies and self-guided, hands-on exhibition-related activities.

Bobbie Taylor Resource Centre
Want a quiet space to learn about the featured exhibitions? The Bobbie Taylor Resource Centre provides the perfect space with lots of resource materials and self-guided activities.

The Library
Here you can find art-related books, journals, exhibition catalogues, reference materials and clippings on individual artists, various art themes and on different styles and topics. The Library is accessible only by appointment. Contact Jackie Lindenbach ( or call 306-584-4250 ext. 4275 to set up an appointment.

Virtual exhibitions
Explore art and the education resources through these MacKenzie exhibitions at the Virtual Museum of Canada (VMC).

The Gallery has several spaces as rentals to hold various conferences, meetings, workshops and training sessions, wedding reception or birthday parties. For more information check the link.

Who will enjoy the attraction the best?

This museum has something to offer for everyone from art lovers to kids with a variety of family friendly activities designed to inspire everyone.

When to visit MacKenzie Art Gallery?

MacKenzie Art Gallery Hours

Monday – Wednesday & Friday – Saturday | 10:00 AM – 5:30 PM

Thursday | 10:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Sunday and Holidays: 12:00 PM- 5:30 PM

The gallery is closed on Christmas Day and New Year’s Day.

Time required to visit:

One hour to half a day, depending on interest.

How much to visit MacKenzie Art Gallery?

Adults $10; Complimentary admission for Youth 17 and under. Free fir MacKenzie Members.

Tours: The gallery provides options for school tours and group tours guided by a Gallery Facilitator.

Guided Group Tours are priced: one hour tour: $45 per 20 people.

One hour tour with half hour studio workshop: $60 per 20 people

To book a Group Tour, call 306-584-4250 ext. 4292 or email

Gallery offers free interactive Public Tours of featured exhibits every Saturday at 2:00 PM.

How to get to MacKenzie Art Gallery?

MacKenzie Art Gallery is located at 3475 Albert Street, Regina Saskatchewan, in the T.C. Douglas Building, situated in the South West corner of Wascana Park.

Free parking available in the parking lots around the T.C. Douglas building. Wheelchair parking is available outside the main entrance.

The MacKenzie Art Gallery is a short drive from Regina’s downtown and is accessible from many Regina Transit bus routes. The Regina Transit Trip Planner will help you find your best route to the Gallery.

What about Amenities & Accessibility at MacKenzie Art Gallery?

The gallery is fully accessible. Accessible parking in front of main entrance.

Wheelchairs and strollers are available for use during your visit if you do choose to borrow them.

Gallery shop
The Gallery Shop features unique handcrafted items from artisans and craftsmen from around the world and is a great place to shop for high-quality gifts. You can also find exhibition catalogues, books and other publications at the shop. The Gallery Shop is open during Gallery hours.

Hotels near MacKenzie Art Gallery

1. Executive Royal Hotel Regina
2. Travelodge Hotel & Conference Centre Regina
3. Radisson Plaza Hotel Saskatchewan, Regina
4. Days Inn – Regina Airport West
5. Ramada Plaza Regina
6. Holiday Inn Express Regina South

Restaurants and Cafes near MacKenzie Art Gallery

1. Tim’s Souvlaki, Golden Mile Plaza, 3806 Albert St., Regina
2. The Willow On Wascana, 3000 Wascana Drive, Regina. Phone: 306-585-3663
3. Italian Star Deli,1611 VIctoria Avenue, Regina Phone: (306)757-6733
4. Knotted Thistle Pub, 4177 Albert Street, Regina- Phone: 306-584-6340
5. Greenfields Restaurant

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