Private Gallery Tours
$200 per guided tour (up to 20 people maximum). If you have more than 20 in your group, please contact Group Sales via email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 416-979-6626.
Customized tours are also available: Give us an opportunity to create a customized tour around the unique needs of your group.
The AGO’s holdings reflect 11,000 years of visual expression and tradition in the land we now call Canada. Explore the works of Inuit, First Nations, historical and contemporary Canadian artists, organized around themes of memory, power and myth.
What are the hot issues of today? Engage in discussions about the intriguing and provocative work of Canadian and international contemporary artists on view in the spectacular new Gehry-designed gallery spaces.
Collecting is a lifelong passion for many. Experience the Sarick Collection of Inuit Art; the Frum Collection of African Art; and the Thomson Collection of European and Canadian Art, including rare medieval European miniatures, ship models and Chinese snuff bottles.
This celebrated collection includes sculptural works mainly from the sub-Saharan regions of western and central Africa. Explore the diversity of this regional art from the eleventh to the twentieth centuries. Discover the values and ideas underlying these works.
Explore the spectacular building recently transformed by architect Frank Gehry and discover treasures from the AGO’s many collecting areas. Experience art from Canada and around the world, as well as ship models, photography, works on paper and Henry Moore sculptures.
Discover the role of women through the AGO’s collections, including European, Canadian, African, Photography and Contemporary. Over the centuries, women have evolved from muse and model to creator. Explore their unique contribution to historical and contemporary art.
Explore a stunning showcase of more than 4,000 works of art in 110 galleries. Discover the new titanium-and-glass five-storey south tower with its splendid urban views. Climb the central staircase that soars up from Walker Court. Admire the surrounding cityscape from the sculpture promenade.
Interested in team building or in stimulating creativity? Talk to us about developing a customized art-making workshop for your group. Available: Monday – Thursday after 3 pm and Fridays after 12 pm.
For a more in-depth experience at the AGO, we offer expert and engaging art lectures that provide an intimate look at an artist, a collection or a collector. Please contact us for more details.