THEMUSEUM is open Friday from 10am – 1pm and Saturday & Sunday from 10am – 4pm >>


Open Friday - 10:00 am to 1:00 pm

Plan Your Visit

Right now, contactless payment is preferred to buy tickets to THEMUSEUM! Buy tickets ahead of time at Eventbrite or purchase at the door, but please refrain from using cash. Timed tickets will control traffic flow throughout THEMUSEUM and allow us to keep you safe through contact tracing! Make sure to read our Visitor Protocols when planning your visit.

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  • General (ages 14+)
    • $7.99
  • Children (ages 3-13)
    • $7.99
  • Infants (ages 0-2)
    • FREE
  • 55 & Better 
    • $7.99
    • FREE on Fridays with Valid ID
  • Student (With SPC Card)
    • $7.99

Please Note: Prices do not include HST and are in Canadian Dollars. We accept Interac Debit Cards, and Credit Cards. All children under 13 years of age must be accompanied by an adult over the age of 18.

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Where to park at THEMUSEUM

THEMUSEUM, which is situated on the Haldimand Tract, acknowledges that it is located on the traditional territory of the Neutral, Anishnawbe and Haudenosaunee peoples. The Haldimand Tract is the land promised to the Six Nations and includes six miles on each side of the Grand River.


For a limited time, park at the Duke & Ontario Parking Garage for FREE while supplies last. Receive your pass at Visitor Services. More than 400 covered paid parking spaces with direct access to THEMUSEUM available off Duke Street. Find parking.

ION Stops

Traveling to THEMUSEUM by ION rail is easy! Southbound passengers will exit the ION at Queen Station (on Charles St. W between Queen St. S and Benton St.). Northbound passengers will exit the ION at Frederick Station (on Frederick St. between King St. E and Duke St. W).

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Why open THEMUSEUM newsletters?

"Just scanning the themes here, I think you and the programming team should be very proud of the relevance of your institution to so many of the important conversations of our time. Please keep doing what you’re doing!"

- Glen Drummond, Chief Innovation Officer,