The Art Gallery of Hamilton - known to most as simply the AGH - is the region's oldest and largest public gallery. Look for the iconic gold-clad building with its AGH sign jutting out over King Street West in the heart of downtown - steps from hotels, restaurants and concert venues. With over 10,000 pieces, the AGH also has one of the most impressive permanent collections in Canada, including many renowned contemporary, Canadian and international pieces.
- Everchanging and innovative Canadian and international art exhibits
- Home to the must-see Brugegel-Bosch Bus installation by Canadian artist Kim Adams and the iconic Horse and Train painting by Alex Colville
- An on-site film program with captivating screenings and the annual AGH World Film Festival
- Browse a uniquely Canadian collection of gorgeous souvenirs at the Shop at AGH including jewlery giftware, art books and children's toys. Art sales and rentals are also available here.
- Explore the gallery’s permanent collection of Canadian, international and contemporary art using their searchable online database.
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