Plan Your Visit

Hours, Location, Parking

Sunday-Thursday and Saturday 11am-5pm

Friday 11am-9pm

Closed Monday

During the exhibition run, we’re open the following holidays (11am-5pm): Canada Day, August Civic Holiday, and Labour Day 

Winnipeg Art Gallery

300 Memorial Boulevard

Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

204.786.6641 •

Wheelchair accessible

On-site amenities include the Gallery Shop and WAG Studio. Find lots of restaurants and coffee shops close to the Gallery on Portage Avenue, Graham Avenue, and beyond.

Metered Parking:

  • Available around the Gallery on Memorial Boulevard, St. Mary Avenue, and Colony Street
  • Costs for street parking apply Monday to Saturday, 8am-5:30pm. Payment isn't required on Sundays and holidays. The Winnipeg Parking Authority offers 2-hour complimentary downtown parking on Saturdays anytime, 8am-5:30pm.

Parking Lots:

  • Colony Street (north of Portage Avenue by University of Winnipeg, and south of Portage Avenue behind Plug In Institute of Contemporary Art)
  • Good Street (behind the Sussex Realty Building)
  • The Bay parkade



Includes $7 surcharge on regular Gallery admission

  • Adult  $19
  • Senior (60+ years of age)  $17
  • Student (with valid student card)  $17
  • Child (5 years and under)  FREE
  • Family (up to two adults and four children under 18)  $53
  • WAG member  FREE


Not a WAG member? Now is the perfect time to sign up or renew! Not only will you see the Impressionists for FREE, you'll receive fantastic perks and discounts. For more information, contact Elizabeth at

Winnipeg Art Gallery App

Enjoy the Impressionist audio guide (English & French), maps, and more. Download the FREE app before your visit. Learn more here.


School Visits
To book a tour visit

Group Visits
Groups of 15 visitors and more receive 20% off admission. Groups of 30 and more receive a 30% discount. One tour guide is required for every 15 people at $50 per guide. To book, fill out the online form.

French Moderns: Monet to Matisse, 1850-1950
Organized by the Brooklyn Museum
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The Impressionists on Paper
Curated by Stephen Borys with the
Generous Collaboration of the National Gallery of Canada

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