Plan Your Visit

Getting Here

The WAG is located at 300 Memorial Boulevard, just off Portage Avenue. Metered parking is available on St. Mary Avenue and Colony Street. Nearby parking lots include ImPark (the Bay parkade, just across the street), on Good Street and behind the Abbott Clinic.
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Visiting from Out of Town?

Visitors to Winnipeg for the Rockwell exhibition enjoy preferred rates at The Fort Garry Hotel, Spa and Conference CentreInn at the Forks and Holiday Inn & Suites Winnipeg Downtown.

Group Tours

In addition to our Weekend Drop-In Tours, Art for Lunch tours, and other tours with artists and curators, we offer group tours for adults and schools. Groups are invited to stay after their tour for a piece of apple pie and coffee or tea at Storm Bistro for $5 per person, exclusive to the Rockwell exhibition. To book a private tour, or for more information, call 204.789.0516.


American Chronicles: The Art of Norman Rockwell is on view March 2 – May 27, 2012

Tuesday – Sunday, 11am–5pm

Thursday, 11am–9pm

Closed Mondays

Extended Hours in May

  • Fridays 11am–9pm
  • May 24, 25, 26 & 27, 10am–10pm

For holiday hours, click HERE

On-site amenities include the Gallery Shop, Studio ProgramsClara Lander Library, and Storm Bistro restaurant. The Gallery is entirely wheelchair accessible.


Member $6 • Family with membership $15 • Adult $18 • Senior $16 • Student $16 • Family (up to 2 adults and 4 children under 18) $40

Ticket available at the front desk.

Buy a WAG membership and save big (nearly 70% off adult admission!) • Click here or call 204.789.1764

Audio Tour included with Admission: produced through the Norman Rockwell Museum, the audio tour is narrated by Rockwell’s youngest son Peter, and explores the importance of his work to American art, history and culture.

Gallery Inquiries

Tel: 204.786.6641

Fax: 204.788.4998


Information Line: 204.789.1760

Left: Art Critic, Norman Rockwell, 1955. Cover illustration for The Saturday Evening Post, April 16, 1955.
©1955 SEPS: Licensed by Curtis Publishing, Indianapolis, IN. From the permanent collection of Norman Rockwell Museum.

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