As of Monday, February 14, 2022, Proof of Vaccination or Negative Test documentation will no longer be required to enter the Gallery except on Sundays. Masks are required for all visitors until further notice.
COVID-19 Precautionary Policies
Masks are required for anyone entering the Gallery, and visitors are asked to maintain two metres distance from staff and other guests. Complimentary masks and hand sanitizer will be available.
Online ticket booking is encouraged. Online and in-person tickets will be available on a first-come, first-serve basis, and includes both member and non-member admission. Admission price for adults is $10, while youth 17 and under remain free. Visitors are encouraged to bring a digital copy of this ticket to the Gallery rather than a paper version.
Increased cleaning measures have been implemented in order to keep our spaces sanitized.
NEW! Stay Safe Sundays: For seniors, those who are immuno-compromised or for visitors who appreciate increased COVID-19 safety measures. All day Sundays between 11 AM to 5:30 PM the Gallery willrequire proof of vaccination or negative test documentation upon entry and have further reduced capacity at 30 visitors per hour.
Sunday Admission Requirements:
Proof of full vaccination. Acceptable proof of vaccination includes:
Wallet cards received at the time of immunization
A printed copy or screenshot of your government-issued vaccine certificate
A QR code/MySaskHealthRecord vaccine certificate uploaded to SK Vax Wallet
Documentation demonstrating proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR or rapid antigen test provided by a certified health care provider within the last 72 hours. A current list of locations and labs offering testing services can be found here.
Photo ID. Visitors aged 18 and over will be asked to provide valid government-issued photo ID that matches their proof of vaccination or negative test documentation. Visitors between the ages of 12 and 17 do not need to show ID if accompanied by an adult. If not in the company of an adult, visitors between the ages of 12 and 17, who do not have photo ID can present other forms of government-issued ID such as a birth certificate or a health services card. Note: We recognize that government-issued ID does not always reflect the proper name or gender of our visitors and will simply be used to match the proof of vaccination or negative test, not as an authority on someone’s identity.
Children under the age of 12 are exempt from the proof of vaccination or negative test policy for visitors
If you are unwilling or unable to comply with the Proof of Vaccination or Negative Test requirement on Sundays, you will not be permitted entry into the Gallery. If you have purchased an advanced admission ticket, you may request a full refund by contacting Gallery Shop Assistant Manager Michael Fahlman at .
The MacKenzie takes the health of our community seriously, and we ask for your patience during this transition. Visitors who harass our staff or interfere with COVID-19 safety measures will be kindly asked to leave the Gallery.
Craft Services Café and Gift Shop
Craft Services Café by Crave and The MacKenzie Gallery Shop are now open.
Studio Sundays have resumed with limited capacity. Learn more here.
BMO Learning Centre self-guided art activities are temporarily unavailable to the public.
Facility Rentals: The MacKenzie Art Gallery facility rental program is currently accepting bookings for rentals
At the MacKenzie
Download a copy of the Gallery’s At the MacKenzie—a guide to our programs, amenities, as well as current and upcoming exhibitions!
Visitor parking is free in the parking lots around the T.C. Douglas building and marked by visitor signs.
The Gallery is fully accessible and wheelchair parking is available outside the main entrance.
The MacKenzie Art Gallery is a short drive from Regina’s downtown and is accessible from many Regina Transit bus routes. The Regina Transit Live Trip Planner will help you find your best route to the Gallery.
Wheelchairs and strollers are available for use during your visit if you do choose to borrow them.
The MacKenzie Art Gallery aims to make our space, collections, exhibitions, programs and services accessible to everyone. Following the values and principles in our Accessibility Statement, we are committed to working in collaboration with staff, volunteers, and our community to develop our standards on accessibility on an ongoing basis. We have policies in place to help identify, prevent, and remove barriers to participation at the MacKenzie.
If you have any feedback or would like to provide a comment to help make our space, programs, and services more accessible please contact us by emailing us at .
Wheelchairs, Walkers, and Strollers
The MacKenzie Art Gallery is wheelchair accessible. The Gallery is fully accessible and wheelchair parking is available outside the main entrance. Wheelchairs, walkers, and strollers are available to visitors on a first-come first-served basis and can be accessed by visiting the welcomedesk on the main floor where you may sign out an assistive mobility device. All devices are disinfected in between each use.
The MacKenzie Art Gallery offers free admission to attendants supporting a person withdisabilities. General admission applies for the person being supported.
Service animals are permitted at the Gallery.
Wheelchair Accessible Washrooms
There are wheelchair accessible washrooms located across from security on the main floor of the Gallery. A wheelchair accessible washroom can also be located at Craft Services Café.
Accessible Exhibition Tours
Everyone needs support at various points in their life, and everyone is deserving of the safety, respect and space required to share their individual needs. If you have any specific access requirements to make your experience a great one(whether you are coming with a group or on your own), please contact Nicole Little, Program Assistant, by phone at: 306-584-4250 ext. 4292 or by emailing
The MacKenzie Art Gallery is BlindSquare enabled to assist visitors who are blind or partially sighted locate the Gallery and provides basic navigation for the main floor lobby area and entrance to the Gallery. Patrons can download the free “BlindSquare Event” app on their iOS devices at the Apple App store.