Celebrate the re-opening of the Aga Khan Museum with a visit this August long weekend.
On the holiday weekend, we will be open from 10 am to 5:30 pm daily, including on Monday, August 2. Go here to reserve your timed-entry tickets.
What’s on this weekend at the Museum? Here's a little rundown of what awaits you through our doors.
— With Remastered, immerse yourself in the Museum’s world-class collection of Iranian, Ottoman, and Mughal Indian manuscript paintings.
— See traditional carpets transform right before your eyes with Faig Ahmed: Dissolving Order.
— Consider the world-shaping impact of play as you take in Jennie Suddick’s and Anna Rose’s installation State of Play.
— Seize the chance to marvel at Ekow Nimako’s Kumbi Saleh 3020 CE — an Afrofuturistic reimagining of an ancient West African trade hub, rendered using 100,000 pieces of black LEGO.
— Get reacquainted with the joy of live music with Pop-Up Performances by kamancheh virtuoso Shahriyar Jamshidi.
— Savour the flavours of South Asia, North Africa, and the Middle East at Diwan restaurant (not open Monday, August 2).
— Delicious snacks and beverages are available at the Courtyard Café from 10 am to 5:30 pm.
— Bring the Museum experience home with a luxury keepsake from the Aga Khan Museum Shop.
Have questions about the Museum's re-opening? Read our list of Frequently Asked Questions.