What are the Museum’s hours of operation?
We are open Tuesday to Sunday, from 11 AM to 6 PM.

How do I get to MOCCA?
Directions by Public Transit:
To visit MOCCA using Toronto’s public transit system (TTC), there are several different routes you can take.
From the East: Exit at the Queen Street Subway Station (Young–University–Spadina Line) and board the 501 streetcar westbound, exiting at Shaw Street.
From the West: Exit at the Osgoode Subway Station (Young–University–Spadina Line) and board the 501 streetcar eastbound, exiting at Shaw Street.
or: Exit at the Ossington Subway Station (Bloor–Danforth Line) and board the 63 (to King Street) bus southbound. The 63 bus will turn directly onto Queen Street West, and you should exit at the Shaw Street stop.

Where can I park?
There is pay-parking outside the Museum on Queen Street West and along Shaw St. There are two paid parking lots in the vicinity: across from MOCCA on the south side of Queen Street on the grounds of the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, (C.A.M.H.), and at a public parking lot north of Queen Street on the west side of Ossington Street.

What is the cost of attending the Museum?
Admission is Pay What You Can.

What is the NGC @ MOCCA?
The National Gallery of Canada at the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art is a three-year initiative that will see the two institutions co-organize and present a series of exclusive exhibitions at MOCCA drawn from the NGC’s extensive Contemporary Art collection. Read More here.

How can I support NGC @ MOCCA?
If you are interested in supporting this program, please contact:

Yves Théoret, Managing Director
Telephone: (416) 395 7612
Email: ytheoret(at)mocca(dot)ca

I belong to an organization that is always looking for interesting places to visit. Does MOCCA organize tours and activities?
We would pleased to assist you with the organization of your tours.
Contact Mary Moore (416) 395-7436

How often do your change your exhibits?
Our exhibitions are changed every 6 to 8 weeks.