Plan your Visit
Hours And Location
The National Gallery of Canada is located in the historic Byward Market, at the corner of Sussex Drive and St. Patrick Street. Open daily from 10 am to 5 pm, Thursdays to 8 pm
National Gallery of Canada
380 Sussex Drive
Ottawa, Ontario K1N 9N4
Hours And Location
to Carracci *
|Nomads, other exhibitions and
|Seniors and full-time students
|Youth (ages 12-19)||$7||$4|
|Families (2 adults, 3 youths)||$30||$18|
* Includes admission to Nomads, all exhibitions and the NGC collection.
** Free admission to the Collection Thursday after 5 pm. Free admission to the Collection on International Museums Day (Monday 18 May), Doors Open Ottawa (Sunday 7 June) and Canada Day (Wednesday 1st July).
All prices include taxes. Service charges will be applied to phoned-in and online orders.
Box Office: 613-998-8888
The National Gallery of Canada offers you the following services and amenities.
Situated on-site, the National Gallery's underground parking garage;
Half-hour: $2.50. Daily maximum: $12 (Members $10).
Coats, backpacks, umbrellas, large camera bags and luggage are not permitted in the galleries. You can use the cloak room at no cost - it is located between the foyer and the main entrance, next to the Bookstore.
The Restaurant des Beaux-Arts is designed to serve families and groups in an informal, self-service atmosphere. Choose from two daily specials, salad bar, made to order sandwiches and more. Open until 30 minutes before Gallery closing (subject to change).
Perfect for lunch or afternoon tea, the Café l’Entrée’s menu emphasizes simply prepared, light foods and fine pastries. Group Tour menus are available upon request for those enjoying guided tours of the collection. Open daily from 11:30 am to 3:30 pm.
In addition to a large selection of art books, we have framed prints, reproductions from our exhibitions, jewelry, umbrellas, toys and many other wonderful gift ideas. Open daily 10 am to 5 pm, Thursday to 8 pm.
There are two ATM machines at the National Gallery. One is located in the main entrance, next to the Bookstore; the other is in the Cafétéria des Beaux-Arts.
All galleries and facilities are wheelchair accessible. Strollers and wheelchairs provided free of charge at the Foyer Information Desk. No reservations required.
Information in adapted formats is available for some temporary exhibitions. Sign language and oral interpreters can also be made available by arrangement.
These programs are offered at no cost in both official languages during the Gallery's regular visiting hours. The Education and Public Programs Division also offers workshops and tours designed to make the Gallery and its collections accessible to persons with disabilities
For more information, please visit the National Gallery of Canada website.