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Whether you wish to explore our Collections or enjoy a tranquil afternoon in the Atrium, you will find all the information you need to make the most of your visit below. We look forward to welcoming you to the Aga Khan Museum.


Admission Prices

Full Price Group Friends
Adult $20 $15 Free
Child (6-13) $10 $8 Free
Senior $15 $12 Free
Student $12 $10 Free


Tickets can be purchased online or in person, at the Farida & Ally Esmail & Family Guest Services Centre.  Admission includes access to all Museum gallery spaces.

Tickets will be sent to you by email following your purchase. Display your tickets on your mobile device upon arrival at the Museum, or bring a printed copy of your ticket.  Tickets are not required to visit the Atrium, Courtyard, Bellerive Room, Diwan Restaurant, or Museum Shop.

Enjoy free admission every Wednesday evening from 4–8 pm, presented by BMO.

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Please have your supporting identification, such as a student card or driver’s license ready for verification upon arrival to confirm your admission discount eligibility. For purchases at the Museum, we accept cash, credit, and debit payments.

Museum Hours

Museum Hours

The Museum is open on all statutory holidays, except December 25, from 10 am–5:30 pm.

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
Closed 10 am–5:30 pm 10 am–8 pm 10 am–5:30 pm 10 am–5:30 pm 10 am–5:30 pm 10 am–5:30 pm

Diwan Restaurant Hours

Indulge in unforgettable flavours from South Asia, the Middle East, and North Africa at Diwan.

Reserve your table on Diwan’s website or by calling the restaurant at 416.646.4670.

The Courtyard Café in the Museum Atrium is open during regular Museum business hours.

Service Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
Lunch Closed 11:30 am–2:30 pm 11:30 am–2:30 pm 11:30 am–2:30 pm 11:30 am–2:30 pm 11:30 am–2:30 pm 11:30 am–2:30 pm
Dinner Closed Closed Closed Closed 5–8 pm 5 pm–8 pm Closed

Patrons’ Lounge Hours

Patrons’ Lounge access is for Patrons’ Circle cardholders and up to two accompanying guests.

Join our Patrons’ Circle

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
Closed Closed 4:30–7:30 pm Closed Closed 11 am–3 pm 11 am–3 pm

Getting Here

By car, the Museum is a short distance from downtown Toronto, on the Don Valley Parkway. Wynford Drive is located one light north of Eglinton off Don Mills Road.

By public transit, the Museum is a direct bus ride from several subway stations, including Broadview, Pape, and Eglinton.  Please visit for the latest schedules, routes, and maps.

Address and Contact

The Aga Khan Museum is located at:
77 Wynford Drive,
Toronto, Ontario
Main reception: 416-646-4677


Purchase your parking pass at the Farida & Ally Esmail & Family Guest Services Centre or online. You may scan the QR codes located in our parking areas upon arrival to Museum parking or prepay as part of your ticket purchase.

–  $10 flat rate, $5 Friends, free for Patrons
–  Fees are in effect Monday to Sunday, from 7 am to 12 am (no overnight parking).
–  For assistance during business hours, call 416.646.4667, or contact us by email.
–  To learn more about the benefits of becoming a Friend, visit Join & Support

All parking fees collected support the operation and programming of the Aga Khan Museum and Aga Khan Park.

Location and Grounds

In designing the Aga Khan Museum, Fumihiko Maki, winner of the Pritzker Architecture Prize, used light as his inspiration. He ensured not only that light is ever-present in the building, but that, depending on the time of day or season, light will animate the building in myriad ways: throwing patterns on the exterior walls of Brazilian granite, enhancing interior spaces, or illuminating the open-roofed courtyard. The building’s compact footprint — 81 metres long and 54 metres wide — contains an impressive variety of spaces, including two exhibition galleries, areas for art conservation and storage, a 350-seat theatre, and two classrooms. Within an unmistakably contemporary design, Maki incorporates historical elements originating in Islamic cultures, building bridges between eras as well as civilizations.

Bird's eye view of the Aga Khan Museum and the Aga Khan Park.

Across from the Museum is the Ismaili Centre, Toronto, designed by renowned architect Charles Correa. The Centre incorporates spaces for social and cultural gatherings, intellectual engagement and for spiritual reflection. Its crystalline frosted glass dome roof, which marks the highest point of the 6.8-hectare site, is mirrored in the five granite-lined pools of the formal gardens — designed by landscape architect Vladimir Djurovic — which are part of a landscaped park. The Aga Khan Park connects the Centre with the Museum and provides a place equally suited to tranquil reflection and dynamic programming.

Need To Know

Preparing For Your Visit

  • If you purchase Museum admission online, ensure you have received your tickets by email before your visit. If you have not received your tickets or if you require further assistance, please contact

  • We strongly recommend bringing only essential items with you to the Museum. Bulky coats, bags larger than 30×40 inches (76×102 centimetres), briefcases, backpacks, umbrellas, selfie sticks, and tripods are prohibited in the galleries. Strollers and soft front-facing baby carriers are permitted.

  • If you are unwell, we kindly ask that you consider rescheduling your visit to ensure the safety and well-being of other visitors. If you have purchased tickets and are unable to visit, please email for assistance.

While You Are Here

  • Limited coat check is available. If you need to leave personal items in your car, keep them safely stored in the trunk or otherwise hidden from view. The Museum does not accept responsibility for the loss or theft of visitors’ personal items.

  • Children must stay with a parent or caregiver at all times

Our commitment to your safety and enjoyment remains a constant.

Smartphones on a flat surface showing different pages of the Bloomberg Connects App page of the Aga Khan Museum



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Enjoy greater access to the Aga Khan Museum during your visit with our digital guide available on the Bloomberg Connects app.  Scan the QR code with your smartphone to download Bloomberg Connects. Alternatively, visit the Apple App Store or Google Play Store and search “Bloomberg Connects.”

Get up close to fascinating objects in the Museum Collections, virtually explore current and past exhibitions through photos, audio, and videos, and immerse yourself in content made exclusively for the app.

Bloomberg Connects QR Code