The Gallery is open during road work on Sussex Drive.

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General Admission

Includes Collection, all current exhibitions.
Seniors (65+)
Students (With Valid ID)
Youth (age 12 - 19)
Children (age 11 and under)
Family (2 Adults and 3 Youths)
Free (become a Member)


- All Prices include Tax

Free General Admission*

  • Every Thursday 5-8 pm
  • Sunday 18 May 2014 (International Museums Day)
  • Sunday 8 June 2014 (Doors Open Ottawa)
  • Tuesday 1st July 2014 (Canada Day)
  • Sunday 6 July 2014 (Canada History Week)
  • Sunday 28 September 2014 (Culture Days)
  • Tuesday 11 November 2014 (Remembrance Day)

Free admission for Members and children under 12.  


Click here for group tour rates.

If you have booked a guided tour for a group, please present yourself at the Information Office in the Tour Group Lobby.


Box Office / Tickets 

Except where noted, you may obtain tickets or register for programs either in person or by phone (613-998-8888 or 1-888-541-8888). Service charges apply. All prices include tax.

Members, children under the age of 12 or visitors using our dining facilities must obtain a free ticket at the Main Entrance.

If you have a complimentary pass, a gift admission or a discount coupon from the Entertainment Booklet, please exchange it for a ticket at the Main Entrance.

You can purchase a membership at the Main Entrance or online.

Packages and Discounts

Our tourism partners are pleased to welcome you during your stay in Ottawa.

Canada’s Capital Museums Passport

Canada’s Capital Museums Passport 8 museums, 7 days, 50% off!

Canada’s Capital Museums Passport is the best way to explore Canadian culture, science, art, history, nature — and much more — in the Capital.

For $45 per individual or $99 per family, visit 8 uniquely Canadian museums in Ottawa–Gatineau at your own pace, including the National Gallery of Canada, and get a 20% discount on a performance at Canada’s National Arts Centre. The Passport is available for purchase at the Gallery's Main Entrance.

Canada’s Capital Museums Passport is offered in collaboration with the National Capital Commission (NCC).