The Lower Junction Triangle is located in Toronto’s West End, between Bloor Street and Dundas Street West, along Sterling Road within the Junction Triangle. Once an industrial and manufacturing hub bordered by a rail line, the rail is now used for the GO Train and Union Pearson Express trains. Today, the neighbourhood’s mixed-use spaces create a convergence of different types of businesses and residents, including green spaces, art studios, affordable housing and daycare services.

MOCA Toronto’s new home in the historic Tower Automotive Building is in the heart of the Lower Junction Triangle. The museum inhabits the first five floors of the building, built in 1919 as an aluminium factory and originally one of Toronto’s tallest towers. The 10-story structure is known for its unique architecture with fluted columns and industrial barn doors, which have been restored and a now a defining feature of the museum space.

Come explore MOCA Toronto and our creative neighbourhood.

Discover MOCA

  • Free admission on Floor 1, featuring the Invitation Project
  • Café by Forno Cultura (opening later Fall 2018)
  • Shop by Art Metropole
  • Akin artist studios

What’s Around

The Lower Junction Triangle is a cultural home to many offices, galleries, shops and residents. Spend a day and explore:


January 16 – Anansi Book Night at Henderson Brewery (Every 3rd Wednesday of the month)

January 17–March 17, 2019 – Never Never Land by Akin artist Ghazaleh Avarzamani (Koffler Gallery)

January 17-20, 2019 – Interior Design Show
IDS Toronto celebrates and promotes design in Canada and across the world. Meet the leading designers, thinkers, makers, changers, shapers and dreamers like you who are coming together to change the world for the better. Save with coupon code “MOCAIDS19”


January 18-27, 2019 – DesignTO Festival
Embrace design this winter with over 100 free events, exhibitions, and window installations across the city, including several galleries in the Junction Triangle. View the festival map here.

See all events at MOCA here

Visit the Drake Commissary

Drake Commissary is a culinary hub of innovation and experimentation in the Junction Triangle just down the street from MOCA that goes beyond the made-from-scratch mentality. Everything served and sold is baked, churned, fermented, cultured and pickled to perfection in the 8,000 square foot space.

Show your same-day MOCA ticket upon arrival and get a 15% off Culture-Goer discount on food for your whole table.

Learn more and make a reservation at

Drake Commissary


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Getting Here

We are located at 158 Sterling Road, Toronto, Ontario.

By Transit


We are conveniently located near Lansdowne and Dundas West Station on the Bloor subway line. From either station, we are a 10-minute walk away.


The closest streetcar stop is at Dundas St. West and Sterling Rd., which can be reached by the 505 Dundas and 506 Carlton streetcars. The museum is a 5-minute walk north from the stop.

UP Express:

The UP Express is Toronto’s rail link between Toronto Pearson Airport and Union Station. MOCA is located nearby Bloor Station. From Pearson, it is two stops away and from Union Station, it is only one stop away. From Bloor Station, we are located 10-minutes away on foot.

More information on the UP Express and their fares.

By Bike or Foot

Just behind MOCA is the West Toronto Railpath. Running north-south between Dupont St. and Dundas St. West, the Railpath is the perfect place to walk or bike. You can access MOCA from the Railpath via a pathway between MOCA and Henderson Brewery.

You may also walk along Sterling Rd. to reach MOCA’s front entrance.

There is bike parking on the east side of Sterling Rd.

By Car

MOCA can be accessed from Sterling Rd. There is some paid and street parking nearby.

The nearest Green P parking lots are at Dundas St. and Roncesvalles Ave., Bloor St. and Lansdowne Ave. (northeast corner), and Margueretta St. and Bloor St. There is limited parking available in the neighbourhood.

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For information about tickets, hours and contact, please click here.

Photo by Arash Moallemi.