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The AGO Is Officially Opening This Month & Will Be Free To Anyone Under 25

Tickets for the Andy Warhol exhibit are now on sale!

AGO Opens This July & Will Be Free To Anyone Under 25

Art lovers rejoice! The Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) has announced that it will be reopening on July 21, permitting that Ontario enters step three of the reopening plan.

The opening will come with new exhibitions, including the much anticipated Andy Warhol exhibit, which will debut on opening day to July 25 for members.

Single-ticket visitors will be able to see the exhibit starting July 27 onwards with tickets already on sale.

The AGO Bistro is coming back with a new patio space on the corner of Dundas and McCaul Street, so you can soak in some culture and a meal while visiting.

If you are 25 and under, an AGO member, or have an annual pass, you can visit the gallery for free. Regular tickets will go for $25, but Wednesday nights will once again be free for everybody.

To enter the AGO, you will have to book your tickets in advance or reserve a timed ticket due to COVID-19 safety regulations. Inside the gallery, visitors will also be required to wear a mask and physical distance.

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