TD Community Sunday
Visit MOCA on the first Sunday of the month to experience the museum for free.
MOCA Toronto is committed to making contemporary art accessible to all, which is why we’re working together with TD Bank Group to offer free admission to the museum on the first Sunday of every month. Combining free admission with family-friendly activities, TD Community Sunday is an opportunity to engage with our current exhibitions and connect with your creativity.
TD Community Sunday is part of MOCA Family Weekend, a monthly series of family-focused activities, bringing together young ones and their families for two afternoons of child-centered programming. Learn more about our family programming here.
Opening times: 11–6 pm
Last entry: 5:45 pm
TD Community Sunday Activities
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- TD Community Sundays are always free but still require an admission ticket.
- Visitors can book in advance to guarantee entry or drop in on the day. The last time slot for entry is 5:45 pm.
- Most of the museum will be available to enjoy, although please note that some galleries may be closed due to exhibition changeover.
- Food and drink is not permitted on the museum’s Ground Floor or on Floors 2–3. Food and beverages can be enjoyed inside the café or the museum’s outdoor spaces.
TD Community Sundays are supported by TD Bank Group through the TD Ready Commitment. MOCA and TD are working together to increase free access to contemporary art in Toronto and around the world.
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