Now Open

WAG-Qaumajuq is now open! Make sure to review our latest safety measures below.

The Gallery Shop, WAG Studio and our new cafe Katita are also open! Our spaces are available for private events according to provincial health orders.


The Gallery continues to follow provincial guidelines for occupancy level and health orders:

Gallery Visits, Studio Classes & Events

  • Masks are not mandatory but are recommended — if needed, we have masks available at the front desk.
  • Proof of vaccination will not be required.
  • WAG-Qaumajuq is open at 100% capacity.

Social Distancing

  • We ask all staff and visitors to keep a physical distance of at least two metres when possible.
  • The following steps are being followed:
    • Touchless payment (i.e. credit and debit cards) is preferred over cash.
    • Please leave backpacks and large purses at home.
    • All tours and activities to accommodate physical distancing.

Health Precautions & Onsite Cleaning

  • Hand-sanitation and stringent cleaning practices throughout the galleries.
  • Washrooms have frequent sanitization.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us


33 responses to “Now Open”

  1. Marguerite L Martin says:

    So glad to hear you’ll be back. Will the roof top restaurant open as well?

    • Winnipeg Art Gallery says:

      Hi Marguerite, we’re excited to reopen as well! Our new cafe, Katita, is now located on our main level by the visible vault! Unfortunately, they are not quite ready to open just yet. We hope to see you soon!

  2. Jaimie K says:

    Hi there! Will you be requiring proof of immunization? I plan on going to WAG in the upcoming weeks with my friend, however she is an international student who cannot apply for a vaccination card even though she is fully immunized. Thanks!

    • Winnipeg Art Gallery says:

      Hi! Provincial mandates no longer require proof of vaccination in museums and galleries, we are open to all but we are requiring that masks be worn while inside. Thank you and enjoy your visit!

  3. Erica says:

    Hyped! What will be your hours? Are you open on Sunday the 8th?

  4. Kathy says:

    I’m very pleased to see that masks will continue to be needed at the WAG. Thank you!!

  5. Vern Gilbertson says:

    What hours will the Qaumajug be open to the public on Thursday August 12,2021

  6. Miriam Corne says:

    Thank you so much for making sure that everyone will continue to wear a mask.

  7. Karen Paul says:

    Can we book a timed entry on August 11?

    • Winnipeg Art Gallery says:

      Hi Karen, we only have pre-registration available for free days at the Gallery (next ones being August 14 & 15), otherwise, admission is available upon entry! Thank you for checking and enjoy your visit!

  8. I, too, am pleased that masks will be required. Reminders of physical distancing would also be appreciated.

  9. seren says:

    do you need a status card to prove your indigenous? or any sort of document for approval? thank you

  10. Nancy Parker says:

    are the only viewing hours for this 11 – 5? Any evening times next week?

  11. Monique says:

    Hi, we are looking forward to bringing our niece and nephew (ages 8 and 10) later this month. Have there been any issues with wait times of folks not being able to get in because of the 50% capacity. I know it may be taking some time for number to ramp up but wanted to avoid disappointment if possible. Thanks!

    • Winnipeg Art Gallery says:

      Hi Monique, we’re so excited for you to explore WAG-Qaumajuq with your niece and nephew! There should not be an issues getting in to the space, but if you are concerned, feel free to call our front desk the day before/day of and ask: 204-786-6641 :)

  12. Johane Cantin says:

    Are reservations required?

    • Katryna Barske says:

      Hello, reservations are only required for events or our Free Days. For general admission/visits just walk in! Thanks for checking!

  13. Alisha says:

    Is this event kid friendly ?

    • Winnipeg Art Gallery says:

      Hello, kids are always welcome at WAG-Qaumajuq :) Youth are free 18 and under, and youth 25 and under can get a free friend membership!

  14. Julie Diakiw says:

    Will guests be required to show vaccination qr code for entry to the Sept 30 event celebrating Truth and Reconciliation in the MRAuditorium?


    Hello, I am a U of M student and would like to visit the WAG museum, however I am not fully vaccinated. Would I be allowed to enter or do I have to be fully vaccinated?

  16. Chen says:

    How do I cancel my reservation?

  17. sam says:

    wondering if proof of vaccination will not be required as of tomorrow March 1st?

    • Winnipeg Art Gallery says:

      Hello, thank you for checking! Proof of vaccination will not be required for general Gallery visitors or rental clients as of March 1, 2022.

  18. Rajpreet Kaur Gill says:

    Hey there,i have scanned your entire website but I was unable to find where to advance register for canada life free sunday.If you could please help me with that,ut would be great!

    • Winnipeg Art Gallery says:

      Hi there, with the removal of most restrictions, we no longer require guests to pre-register for the Free Sundays, just come on in!

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WAG-Qaumajuq is located on Treaty No. 1 the original lands and waters of Anishinaabe, Ininiwak, Anishininiwak, Dakota, and Dene peoples, and on the homeland of the Métis Nation.
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