1080 Keewatin St,
Thunder Bay, ON, P7B 6T7

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GUIDELINES

Updated March 21, 2022

Proof of vaccine and photo ID is no longer required to visit the Thunder Bay Art Gallery. Visitors are still required to wear a face mask/covering.
 

The Art Gallery will continue to require visitors to wear masks on our premises until further notice. We thank you for your assistance and understanding as we monitor the situation in order to protect immunocompromised staff, volunteers and visitors.

 

MANDATORY MASKS POLICY

MASK or FACE COVERING is REQUIRED for all visitors to the Thunder Bay Art Gallery.

  • All persons entering or remaining in these premises must wear a mask or face covering that securely covers the nose, mouth, and chin as required by the Medical Officer of Health under the authority of the Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act (EMCPA) Ontario Regulations 263/20, 364/20.

Exemptions include children under two years old, people who cannot wear a mask or face covering for medical reasons, those who require accommodation in accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code, the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, and others as listed in the organization’s required mask policy. Proof of exemption is not required.

Location

1080 Keewatin Street
Thunder Bay, ON, Canada  P7B 6T7
P.O. Box 10193

T:  (807) 577-6427
F:  (807) 577-3781
E:  administration@theag.ca

Find the Gallery nestled in the trees on the campus of Confederation College.

Gallery Hours

Tuesday to Thursday: 12–8 PM
Friday to Sunday: 12–5 PM
Monday: Closed

Office Hours

Monday to Friday: 9 AM – 5 PM

Parking

Free parking is available to visitors in the lot directly across from the Gallery’s main entrance.

Admission

Adults: $5
Children (under 12): FREE
Gallery Members: FREE

John Andrews Foundation logo

Admission is free on Wednesdays thanks to the sponsorship of the John Andrews Foundation

ACCESSIBILITY

The Thunder Bay Art Gallery is committed to meeting the needs of people with all types of abilities by preventing and removing barriers to accessibility and meeting accessibility requirements under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA).

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