Do you have parking available?
We have parking available in the lot just north of Withrow Common. During onsite events at Exhibition Place, parking prices may vary and will be monitored by an attendant. Otherwise, the parking is a paid ticket to be displayed on your dash.
What are the Gallery Hours
The Withrow Common Art Gallery Hours are subject to exhibit schedules. For specific gallery hours, please visit the event specific page. For any other times or private showings, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Are all of the pieces featured on the website for sale?
All pieces that are being featured and available in the Withrow Common Gallery may be for sale depending on the exhibit. For more information about specific pieces for sale, please email email@example.com
Aside from the 18-day fair, the CNE grounds continue to host many events throughout the year. During some events, road restrictions are implemented. For a complete list of events with road restrictions, please visit Exhibition Place for any scheduled notice and make arrangements for alternate travel routes.
How much does admission cost?
Our exhibits will be offered at no cost. If a specific exhibit is being charged for, it will be identified on the event page in advance.
*Please note: Invasion Redux (April 21 to May 29) will have ticketed & free days. Please visit exhibit page for further details.
How do I get to Withrow Common via Public Transit?
A Google map to the Withrow Common Gallery can be found on our Contact Page. Alternatively, click here for an onsite map to Withrow Common. If you are taking GO Transit, exit at Exhibition Station. For TTC - TTC Buses & Streetcars offer direct service to the CNE, stopping at the Dufferin Gate Loop (west end of CNE grounds) and Exhibition Loop (via east end of grounds). Visit ttc.ca for "Best Route" information.
Covid-19 Mask Policy
In accordance with public health guidelines as issued by the Provincial and Municipal governments we will not be enforcing mandatory mask requirements at this time. Guests are welcome, but not required to wear face coverings.