The Power Plant is open with our Fall 2022 exhibition Arctic/Amazon: Networks of Global Indigeneity, on view from October 1 to December 31, 2022.

The Power Plant will be closed from Monday, October 3 to Friday, October 7 for installation and construction work. We will reopen to the public on Saturday, October 8 at 10 AM.

On October 1st the gallery will be participating in Nuit Blanche Toronto - visit us from 7 PM to 7 AM for the night full of art!

As of 2 May 2022, masks and vaccine passports are no longer necessary for entrance to the museum, however, we strongly advise that visitors wear their masks for all indoor public programs and events at The Gallery. The health and safety of our visitors, staff, and all communities including the most vulnerable groups, remain our top priority.

getting here

  • By Public Transit

    From Union Station, board the 509 or 510 streetcar to Harbourfront Centre. For route schedules, visit the TTC website.

  • By Car

    From Lake Shore Boulevard, take Lower Simcoe Street south to the gallery; from Queens Quay West, turn south at Lower Simcoe Street. Please be sure to take note of any construction updates or road closures. For driving instructions, visit Google Maps.

  • Parking

    Underground parking is available directly in front of the gallery and above ground at Queens Quay West and Rees Street. For parking rates and locations, visit Harbourfront Centre's website.



The Downtown Toronto Waterfront

As a leading attraction of Harbourfront Centre, The Power Plant is easily recognized by its smokestack and centrally located within an arts and cultural hub. You can experience contemporary art, dance, theatre, performance, restaurants, cafés, and breathtaking views of Toronto’s scenic waterfront, all within walking distance of one another. The Power Plant is conveniently located near the city’s entertainment district and close to the ferry docks to the Toronto Islands, as well as Union Station, The Island Airport, and the Metro Toronto Convention Centre.