Monday: 10 a.m.–5 p.m. (including holidays)
Wednesday: 10 a.m.–5 p.m.
Thursday: 10 a.m.–5 p.m.
Friday: 10 a.m.–9 p.m.
Saturday: 10 a.m.–5 p.m.
Sunday: 10 a.m.–5 p.m.
We are open Thanksgiving, Monday, October 8.
Includes access to programming on all five floors. Events, talks and other programming may require additional fees.
Student with ID (18+): $5
Group of 10 or more (self-guided): $8 per person
Senior (65+): $5
Under 18: Free
Floor 1 is always free to the public and includes a café by Forno Cultura café, the Art Metropole bookstore and the Invitation Project, a series of site-responsive installations.
If you are interested in a guided tour, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with your preferred date, time and number of people.
MOCA is planning to launch a fulsome school visit and educational program in 2019, so stay tuned. In the meantime, youth under the age of 18 are free to visit MOCA, and tickets for self-guided visits can be booked online. Any adults with the group would receive the group rate of $8/ticket. We recommend a ratio of 1 supervisor for every 10 students and booking in advance to make your arrival quick and easy.
Please see our gallery guidelines for help planning your visit.
Forno Cultura: A local bakery that serves as our café partner
Art Metropole: Artists’ books and publications available for purchase
Akin: A Toronto-based collective managing a studio space for 32 artists who will be actively producing work on Floor 4
Ontario Science Centre: A studio collaboration to produce works that explore the intersections of art, science and technology for display at the Ontario Science Centre.
MOCA Toronto is a barrier-free and accessible museum for all.
We are located on Floors 1 to 5 of the Tower Automotive Building. Each floor has elevator access. Two walkers and two wheelchairs are available to borrow. Service animals are welcome.
We are in the process of updating our website to ensure full accessibility.
If you have other needs we should know about, contact us at email@example.com in advance of your visit to make arrangements.
Please review our FAQs and Visitor Guidelines here.
We are located at 158 Sterling Road, Toronto, Ontario.
We are conveniently located near Lansdowne and Dundas West Station on the Bloor subway line. From either station, we are a 10-minute walk away.
The closest streetcar stop is at Dundas St. West and Sterling Rd., which can be reached by the 505 Dundas and 506 Carlton streetcars. The museum is a 5-minute walk north from the stop.
The UP Express is Toronto’s rail link between Toronto Pearson Airport and Union Station. MOCA is located nearby Bloor Station. From Pearson, it is two stops away and from Union Station, it is only one stop away. From Bloor Station, we are located 10-minutes away on foot.
Just behind MOCA is the West Toronto Railpath. Running north-south between Dupont St. and Dundas St. West, the Railpath is the perfect place to walk or bike. You can access MOCA from the Railpath via a pathway between MOCA and Henderson Brewery.
You may also walk along Sterling Rd. to reach MOCA’s front entrance.
There is bike parking on the east side of Sterling Rd.
Currently, these road closures are in effect:
MOCA can be accessed from Sterling Rd.
The nearest Green P parking lots are at Dundas St. and Roncesvalles Ave., Bloor St. and Lansdowne Ave. (northeast corner), and Margueretta St. and Bloor St. There is limited parking available in the neighbourhood.
September 22 onwards, limited paid parking can be found across MOCA.
Stay at the Kimpton Saint George nearby, a boutique hotel with a bohemian spirit. Relax in their living room among original pieces by local artists. MOCA visitors receive a 20% reduced rate from our Best Flexible rate.
Kimpton Saint George Hotel
280 Bloor St W.
Toronto, ON M5S 1V8
416 530 2500
158 Sterling Road
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Image: Foreground: Dineo Seshee Bopape, And-In. The Light of This._ , 2017/2018. Background: Matilda Aslizadeh, Resort, 2016. Museum of Contemporary Art Toronto. Photo by Toni Hafkenscheid.