The AGO and ROM both revealed reopening dates this week!
Good news for all you folks of culture out there! This week, both the Art Gallery of Ontario and the Royal Ontario Museum announced official reopening dates. So whether you’re looking for cutting edge art or want to take a deep dive into Canada’s history, you’ll soon be able to.
The AGO was the first to make the announcement on Wednesday. Its plan is to reopen for AGO Members and Annual Passholders on July 2nd. It’ll be that way for a while, before reopening to the public on July 23rd.
It’s hard to believe it’s been more than three months since we last saw you at the AGO. We’re beyond thrilled to announce that we’re re-opening on July 2 to AGO Members and Annual Pass Holders and on July 23 to the public. https://t.co/mBpMldiJHV pic.twitter.com/jWSoLmbTMQ
— Art Gallery of Ontario (@agotoronto) June 23, 2020
Meanwhile, the ROM reopens a little later, on July 9th. But, it’ll only be a couple of days before the public can hop on, on July 11th. Either way, you won’t have to wait longer than a month to experience some of the best arts and culture institutions in the country once again.