What's on at the Museum

What’s on at the Museum this week? Below is a little rundown of what awaits you both on-site and at the #MuseumWithoutWalls.


— Explore the power of image-making through the lens of historic and contemporary artworks in IMAGE? The Power of the Visual.

A Romance of Many Dimensions, by renowned Canadian Iranian artist Ghazaleh Avarzamani, is an installation inspired by the ancient game of cockfighting, a blood sport deeply embedded within various religious belief systems and cultures.

Click here to view our upcoming performances

— Dine on flavours from the Middle East, North Africa, and India at the Diwan restaurant. Click here to reserve your table.


Tour the Museum in 3-D


— Visit the digital companion site to our IMAGE? The Power of the Visual exhibition to learn interesting facts about the objects on display, play fun games, and watch our exclusive behind-the-scenes series

Explore the Silk Roads in 3-D through the lens of one of humanity's most cherished communication tools in our 2021 exhibition Hidden Stories: Books Along the Silk Roads

— Consider the world-shaping impact of play as you take in Jennie Suddick’s and Anna Rose’s installation State of Play.

— In Rust Garden, create your own definition of what it means to be Canadian using the rusting (literally) prose of a Can-lit classic.

— Experience the #MuseumFromHome on a 3-D tour of the Aga Khan Museum’s Collections Gallery.

— See our light-filled atrium brought to life on this 3-D virtual tour.

— If you have never relaxed in our Bellerive Room — or if you have and can’t wait to return — enjoy it from your living room on this 3-D tour.


Family Activities


Keep your children engaged with hands-on activities that feed the mind and spark creativity. Click here to explore our selection of activities.




Bring the Museum experience home with a luxury keepsake from the Aga Khan Museum Shop




The Aga Khan Park is the perfect setting for a summer stroll. Feast your eyes on the reflection pools and formal gardens or have a picnic with your loved ones. The Park is open to the public Monday to Sunday, from dawn until 10 pm. Go here for more information. 


Have questions about the Museum's re-opening? Read our list of Frequently Asked Questions.


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