Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery 2.5 rating

  Art Galleries

Exhibitions rotate, consult the website to see what's currently on display. Adults $6/ Students and Seniors $3 Members and Cultural Access Pass Holders FREE- also FREE on Wednesday nights from 5-8PM.

 Hours 
Sun
10:00
17:00
Mon
Closed
 
Tue
10:00
17:00
Wed
10:00
17:00
Thu
10:00
20:00
Fri
10:00
17:00
Sat
10:00
17:00
About Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery

 231 Queens Quay West, Toronto, ON, Canada

 Nearest Transit: Union Station (Line: Yonge - University)

 +1 416-973-4949

 http://thepowerplant.org

Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery and Nearby Attractions on Map

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Art Gallery of Ontario

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Cathedral Church of St. James

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CBC Museum

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CN Tower

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City Hall and Nathan Phillips Square

City Hall and Nathan Phillips Square(1.6 km)
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