Saturday, October 23 & Sunday, October 24
OPEN: 10:00 AM — 5:30 PM
What do a ball, stick, rope, and hoop represent to you?
State of Play, the Aga Khan Museum’s new multifaceted exhibition, shows the transformative nature of the games people play.
What does it mean to be Canadian in the 21st century? A new art installation at the Aga Khan Museum challenges audiences to express their own idea of what it means to be Canadian from the rusting — literally — remains of stories from the past.
See 1,000 years of history leap off the page on a book-fuelled journey across the Silk Roads.
Embark on a life-affirming quest across continents and cultures — without leaving the calming environs of the Aga Khan Park.
As part of our efforts to ensure your safety, we are limiting the number of visitors allowed on-site through the use of timed-entry ticketing. All guests will be required to have a ticket in order to visit the Museum. Go here to reserve your timed-entry ticket.
We will offer Seniors Hours from Tuesday to Friday between 10 am and noon. We kindly ask other people who are not accompanying a senior or immunocompromised person to visit outside of these hours.
|Museum Admission||Adult||Child (6–13)||Senior
(14–17 or full-time post-secondary with ID)
The Aga Khan Museum is located at 77 Wynford Drive. Wynford Drive is located one light north of Eglinton off Don Mills Road.
By car, the Museum is a short distance from downtown Toronto, on the Don Valley Parkway. The Museum has accessible parking with pay-and-display meters underground and at ground level. By public transit, the Museum is a direct bus ride from several subway stations, including Broadview, Pape, and Eglinton.
Parking is available in our surface parking lot as well as underground for a flat rate of $10. These fees are in effect Monday to Sunday,7 am–11 pm. No overnight parking is permitted. As of January 1, 2018, Friends of the Museum enjoy a 50% parking discount, and Patrons are eligible for complimentary parking.