Get Ready for Something Big!
To celebrate Canada’s 150th anniversary, the Gallery is embarking on a major transformation. The Canadian Galleries are temporarily closed and will reopen on 15 June 2017 as the Canadian and Indigenous Galleries. Selected Contemporary galleries are also closed until spring 2017.
There’s still plenty to see and do during this time at the Gallery. Discover our European collections on view. Or take in a special exhibition.
Visit www.gallery.ca/2017 for more details about the Gallery’s exhibitions and activities in 2017.
Notice: the European and American Galleries will be closed from 27 February to 5 March 2017. Learn more
|Students (With Valid ID)||$10|
|Youth (age 12 - 19)||$6|
|Children (age 11 and under)||Free|
|Family (2 Adults and 3 Youths)||$24|
|Members||Free (become a Member)|
- All Prices include Tax
*Includes admission to The Intimate World of Josef Sudek, Cutline: The Photography Archives of The Globe and Mail, Alex Janvier: Modern Indigenous Master, The Advent of Abstraction: Russia, 1914–1923, PhotoLab 1 and Joseph Beuys.
Free General Admission to the National Collection
- Every Thursday 5-8 pm
- Sunday 22 May 2016 (International Museums Day)
- Sunday 5 June 2016 (Doors Open Ottawa)
- Friday 1st July 2016 (Canada Day)
- Sunday 2 October 2016 (Culture Days)
Click here for group tour rates.
If you have booked a guided tour for a group, please present yourself at the Information Office in the Tour Group Lobby.
Box Office / Tickets
Except where noted, you may obtain tickets or register for programs either in person or by phone (613-998-8888 or 1-888-541-8888). Service charges apply. All prices include tax.
Members, children under the age of 12 or visitors using our dining facilities must obtain a free ticket at the Main Entrance.
If you have a complimentary pass, a gift admission or a discount coupon from the Entertainment Booklet, please exchange it for a ticket at the Main Entrance.
You can purchase a membership at the Main Entrance or online.
Packages and Discounts
Our tourism partners are pleased to welcome you during your stay in Ottawa.
Canada’s National Museums Passport
3 museums, 3 days, $30!
Discover Canada’s national museums with the Museums Passport.
How it works: The Museums Passport is valid for general admission over 3 consecutive days starting from the day of your first visit. It is valid for 3 visits to museums of your choice among the 6 participating national museums. Each accompanying child (age 17 and under) receives a 30% discount on general admission.
The Passport is available for purchase at the Gallery's Main Entrance, at all 6 participating museums and at the Capital Information Kiosk, located at 90 Wellington Street, Ottawa, Ontario. Questions? Contact 1-844-878-8333.