To ensure our visitors enjoy the best possible experience and to protect our artworks for future generations to enjoy, we invite you to review the following Gallery policies:
  • Please read our updated safety protocols following Manitoba Government guidelines and self-screen in advance of your visit—be ready to show your pass upon entry (if you don’t have a smart phone we can ask you the self-screening questions when you arrive).
  • For regular Gallery visits, enter through our St. Mary Ave doors; groups and schools come in via Memorial Blvd.
  • We have a mandatory face covering policy in place. If needed, masks are available on-site.
  • See our digital Gallery map to help you navigate WAG-Qaumajuq.
  • For safety and security reasons, backpacks, large purses, umbrellas, and other bulky items are not permitted in the galleries. Free baggage check is available at the front desk.
  • Wheelchairs are available at the front desk.
  • Reasonably-sized strollers are welcome in the galleries.
  • Feel free to bring your own food and drinks to enjoy on the main floor of WAG-Qaumajuq, the outdoor patio on St. Mary Ave, and the penthouse level Rooftop Sculpture Garden. Our new cafe Katita will re-open soon!
  • Please maintain a 24-inch distance from the artwork and avoid pointing at the artwork with canes, pencils, or other objects.
WAG - Winnipeg Art Gallery

Photography

We love seeing your photos on social media! Make sure to tag the WAG and include #atwag for your chance to be featured on our accounts. The WAG allows photography for personal use only, except where indicated by signage. We ask that you respect the rights of the artists and their representatives under Canadian copyright law. For more information on Canadian copyright law, click here.

Make sure to tag the WAG and include #atwag

WI-FI

The WAG is pleased to offer you free wi-fi access. Simply turn on wi-fi under your smartphone settings, select the WAG Free network, and accept the terms and conditions.

Welcome Back!
The Winnipeg Art Gallery 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.
WAG - Winnipeg Art Gallery Outline
300 Memorial Blvd
Winnipeg, MB
204.786.6641 // Gallery
204.789.1769 // Shop
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Fri // 11am–9pm
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Closed Mondays