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Schools & Teachers


Teachers, bring your students to the Aga Khan Museum, where our mission is to connect cultures through art.

In time for Islamic Heritage Month in October, the Aga Khan Museum’s most popular Ontario curriculum-linked interactive educational programming will be available online. Watch this space for updates on how learners can access these resources — whether it’s from school, home, or in the community!

Join our Education email list to be first to hear about when these programs launch. To sign up, send your name and email address to [email protected].

Our Ontario curriculum-linked programs are designed for cross-curricular STEAM learning, and include social studies, math, visual arts, science, and more. Stimulate your students’ critical thinking and communication skills as they explore the Museum, experiment with hands-on art-making, and participate in collaborative activities. Half-day and full-day programs are available for early learning (ages 2–4), primary (grades 1-3), junior (grades 4–6), and high school (grades 7-12).



View our current program offerings for every age group, available year-round:
Programs for Early Learning (ages 2-5) Primary-Level Programs (grades 1-3) Junior-Level Programs (grades 4-6) Middle & High School-Level Programs (grades 7-12)



Explore our special, customizable program offerings, from pop-up outreach programs to films and performances:
Customized Programs Films & Performances Outreach Teacher Resources & PD



All visits and programs are available throughout the school year for pre-booking Tuesdays to Fridays, with morning, afternoon, and full day options.

Cost: Half day: $8 per student. Full day: $16 per student. Teachers and chaperones need to fulfill supervision ratios to gain free admission.

Please begin the booking process by reviewing out School Visit Guidelines.


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