Glenbow Museum Exhibitions Summer 2021
Glenbow is open until August 29, 2021
Join us for a visit this summer before the museum closes for building renovations in September 2021. Please note the third and fourth floor historical exhibitions are now closed to the public. The second floor art exhibitions will be open until August 29, 2021.
All visitors, including Glenbow Members, must reserve timed-tickets before arrival to maintain safe physical distancing in the museum. To keep everyone’s visit safe and comfortable as we ease out of COVID-19 health restrictions, we’re limiting visitor numbers to 1/3 of Glenbow’s fire code (maximum occupancy of 200 visitors at a time).
Glenbow must remain accessible to all visitors, including families with children under 12 and immuno-compromised guests. All visitors over the age of two must continue to wear a mask while inside the museum until further notice.
New Reduced Admission
Glenbow’s third and fourth floor galleries are now closed for renovations, so we’ve reduced admission for all visitors. Take a break and enjoy the variety of art and ideas on view in Glenbow’s second floor galleries. Please reserve timed tickets before your arrival so we can maintain safe physical distancing in the museum.
Visit Glenbow’s website for open hours and admission rates.
- Maud Lewis
- Dynamic Connections – Threads of Living Memory
- Shurinai Ashoona – Mapping Worlds
- Highlights from the Art Collection
- Kent Monkman -n The Ris and Fall of Civilization
- Picturing the Northwest – Historical Art
While we strive for accuracy of this event’s information, we recommend you follow up with the event’s website to confirm information, dates, location and times in case there are changes or it gets cancelled due to Covid 19.