Plan Your Visit
THE AGH IS NOW OPEN!
Not ready to come into the Gallery yet? Visit AGH AT HOME, our CURRENT EXHIBITIONS page to view virtually, our WHAT’S ON calendar including several virtual programming options, and the SHOP AT AGH ONLINE.
Plus, check out the virtual tour of Esmaa Mohamoud: To Play in the Face of Certain Defeat below.
See our opening hours below. Before visiting, please check our COVID-19 Guidelines page.
Thursday 11 am – 8 pm
Friday 11 am – 6 pm
Saturday 11 am – 4 pm
Sunday 11 am – 4 pm
Open Stat Holidays 11 am – 4 pm. Closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day, and New Year’s Day.
Seniors (65+) $12
Student (6+) $10
Child (0-5) FREE
Gallery Level 2 and the Jean and Ross Fischer Gallery are always FREE ADMISSION courtesy of Orlick Industries.
Please print or download the Gallery Map to your device before attending the Gallery. Gallery space capacity and our COVID-19 Guidelines are included for your convenience.
Directions & Parking
The AGH is located in the heart of downtown Hamilton, directly across the street from the Sheraton Hotel and Jackson Square Shopping Centre.
Underground parking can be accessed via Summers Lane or King Street West. The parking garage fees are $1.50/30 minutes up to a maximum of $12/day. More details can be found here.
Street parking is available nearby and costs $1.50 per hour Monday to Friday from 8 am to 6 pm. Some meters in the downtown core are exempt from paying after 6 pm and/or free on Saturdays. Please check the parking meter while making payment which displays the operational hours on the front face of the meter to ensure compliance. The maximum amount of time for purchase varies by area. Please check the parking meter for the maximum time for purchase. More details can be found here.
If you are travelling to the AGH by GO Transit there is a bus stop directly behind the AGH on the corner of Main Street West and Summers Lane, in front of City Hall. The Hamilton GO Centre, if you are travelling by train, is a 10-minute walk from the AGH.
**Please be advised that photo and video are regularly captured for marketing and promotional purposes during special events and open Gallery hours. If you do not want your likeness used, please advise an AGH Visitor Services attendant.
From the International Art Collection
The Painter in his Studio 1907
Walter Richard Sickert (British 1860-1942)
oil on canvas, Gift of the Women's Committee, 1974