Image: Winter 2011-12 Opening Party. Photo by OhhhJoeyPhotography.
Learn more about contemporary art on a guided tour. The gallery offers groups and individuals the opportunity to engage in a dialogue about art and ideas with gallery staff and volunteers.
The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery offers a variety of interactive tours for groups and individuals of all ages.
Saturdays at 4 PM
8 February - 18 May
Learn more about contemporary art on a guided tour. The gallery offers individuals the opportunity to engage in dialogue about art and ideas. Join us for a 30-minute guided tour of the current exhibition led by one of the gallery attendants at The Power Plant.
Read more about the current exhibition
Sundays at 2 PM
In our ongoing Sunday Scene series, speakers from a wide range of fields and disciplines offer their expertise and responses to the current exhibitions. All Sunday Scenes are FREE.
View a complete listing of Sunday Scene tours
Regardless of your age or knowledge, The Power Plant can tailor a tour to match your needs. Tours can be arranged for educators and their students, parents and their families, or corporate, tourist and other organized groups.
During our ALL YEAR ALL FREE, the cost of an arranged tour is $2.50
To schedule an arranged tour, please complete our downloadable form
or call 416.973.4949.
WHAT TO EXPECT: TOUR HIGHLIGHTS
Upon arrival, you will be greeted by gallery staff who will assist your group’s check-in and store any coats and personal belongings.
On the tour, we will share highlights of our current exhibitions and facilitate interactive discussions on contemporary art.
Group size is kept to approximately 20 people. For larger groups, additional staff will be present to organize and lead smaller groups.
Tours last approximately 45 minutes.
In general, 1 hour and 30 minutes allows enough time for additional browsing through the gallery and a visit to our Gallery Shop.
- The Power Plant does not have a restaurant, but there are a variety of places to eat in the area. Please click here to explore our neighbourhood, find directions to the gallery, and learn more about gallery etiquette.