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Charter a bus to Art Gallery of Ontario

Charter a bus rental to the Art Gallery of Ontario

Whether you’re going to check out their latest exhibit or to participate in one of their workshops, the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO), located in Baldwin Village in west downtown Toronto, is sure to delight. To avoid dealing with downtown traffic, why not use a charter bus to get there? Renting a bus allows you to focus on the things that really matter — the people you’re with, not the parking spot availability.

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Why charter a bus for the Art Gallery of Ontario

Whether you’re bringing a large group of students to the gallery or a tour filled with retirees, you’ll want to consider renting a charter bus for your trip. With a bus rental, your entire group can be in one vehicle, allowing for convenience, easy conversation, and quick accountability to ensure nobody is left behind! It’s easy to rent a bus — we’ll help you figure out what type of vehicle is the best match for your group. Our smallest vehicle (a minibus) can host up to 21 passengers and our largest bus, a coach bus, is luxury personified for up to 55 passengers. 

About the Surrounding Area

About the Surrounding Area

The Art Gallery of Ontario’s location in the Grange Park Neighborhood, which derives its name from Grange Public Park which houses The Grange (the oldest standing brick house in Toronto). The Grange was built in 1817 and it was the original home of the Art Gallery of Ontario. Currently it serves as one of the wings of the AGO. Grange Park is mostly a residential area now, although Baldwin Village within Grange Park is a commercial enclave with boutiques, restaurants, and shops. The neighborhood is accessible both by streetcar and by subway. Although its history included a large Jewish immigrant population, today it is largely part of the Chinato...

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About the Art Gallery of Ontario

When it first opened in 1900, the AGO was known as the Art Museum of Toronto. In 1919 it was renamed the Art Gallery of Toronto and it kept that title until 1966, when it acquired its current name. The AGO is located off of Dundas Street West, between McCaul and Beverley Streets, in the heart of west downtown Toronto. 

 

The Art Gallery of Ontario is one of the largest in North America and its collection boasts nearly 100,000 pieces of artwork that represent the first century through to the present day. It also hosts the Thomson collection, donated by Ken Thomson, which added roughly 2000 pieces of artwork to the museum’s collection. The highlight of the Thomson collection is Peter Paul Rubens’ The Massacre of the Innocents, painted in the 17th century. 

 

If you’re at the AGO for research purposes, you’ll want to check out the E.P. Taylor Library & Archives, which includes over 300,000 volumes. Its hours are more limited than the general Art Gallery of Ontario. 

 

The AGO recently announced two upcoming exhibits that are of particular note— Haegue Yang’s exhibition, Haegue Yang: Emergence (spring 2020) and Andy Warhol (spring 2021). All visitors aged 25 and under can enter the art gallery free of charge and a yearly pass only costs $35. A day pass is $25 for those over the age of 25. 

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Popular bus types in Toronto

When you book with us, you can choose from a variety of vehicle options in your area, curated by availability, budget, and amenities.

School bus

School bus rental
An affordable classic
47 seats

Coach

Coach rental
Comfort and storage
55 seats

Minibus

Minibus rental
Small groups, big moments
21 seats