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

GUIDELINES

NEW GUIDELINES IN PLACE:
 
Anyone 12 and older will require proof of vaccine and photo ID to visit the Thunder Bay Art Gallery
 
That means showing both:
 
Receipt of full COVID-19 vaccination issued by the public health authority who administered the vaccine. This can be a digital or paper document. Proof of vaccination must include your name and date of birth, number of doses and the name of the vaccine you received.
 
Government issued ID (i.e. driver’s license, health card or passport) that matches the proof of full vaccination documentation. Your ID must include your name and date of birth.
 
Written medical exemptions as outlined by the Province of Ontario will be accepted. Please visit the Ontario.ca website for more information and be prepared to produce the document on arrival.

The Thunder Bay Art Gallery is committed to providing a safe, inclusive, and welcoming visitor experience for everyone. We ask all visitors to respect physical distancing measures, wear a face mask/covering, use hand sanitizer, and to work together to create a safe environment for all visitors, volunteers, and staff.

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: Pay what you can (suggested $5 including HST)
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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