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Contemporary Art Gallery

555 Nelson Street

Vancouver, Canada
Open from Tuesday to
Sunday, 12 pm → 6 pm

Admission always free

Accessibility at CAG

The Contemporary Art Gallery is wheelchair accessible. Street-level access to all our galleries is located via our main entrance on 
Nelson Street.

We are committed to increasing points of access at the gallery and in our programming. If any of our spaces or programs are inaccessible to you, whether consistently or temporarily, we would be grateful to hear from you at learning@cagvancouver.org.

We acknowledge that stating support or access needs requires time and labour. In our ongoing process of improving our accessibility practices, we appreciate your input.

Need more information?

To find out more about visiting CAG please contact the gallery 
at +1 604 681 2700 or email contact@cagvancouver.org.

Entrance

No steps at our main entrance on Nelson Street. The door is 33.75" wide.

Scent-free Policy

CAG aims to maintain a scent-free environment for our visitors, volunteers and employees. We ask visitors to please avoid wearing scented products in the gallery.

Washroom

We have a single room, gender neutral washroom. The door is 33.75" wide. The washroom has a handrail on the lefthand side of the toilet. There is a change table in the washroom.

Large Print Materials

Large print materials are available.

Seating

Portable gallery stools are available for use.

Service Animals

A service animal may accompany a visitor to all public areas of the gallery.

Wheelchair

A courtesy wheelchair is available for use.

CART Captions

All of CAG's online events are live captioned (CART). For more information please contact learning@cagvancouver.org.

ASL Interpretation

ASL interpreters are available for many CAG events. Please check individual program pages for details. To request interpretation for an event where an interpreter is not already scheduled, please contact learning@cagvancouver.org.

Scent-free policy

CAG aims to maintain a scent-free environment for our visitors, volunteers and employees. We ask visitors to please avoid wearing scented products in the gallery.