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Mercer Union, a centre for contemporary art
1286 Bloor Street West
Toronto ON M6H 1N9 Canada
Telephone: + 1 416 536 1519
Fax: + 1 416 536 2955
Email: office@mercerunion.org

Following new government guidelines, Mercer Union is temporarily closed and our current exhibition is postponed until further notice. Stay tuned to our website, Facebook or Instagram for updates on gallery hours. 

Mercer Union’s gallery and facilities are accessible. Admission is always free.

GETTING HERE
Mercer Union is located at 1286 Bloor Street West (one block east of Lansdowne Avenue) on the north side, at the corner of St Clarens Avenue.

By transit
Mercer Union is located one block east of the Lansdowne TTC station on the Bloor Line. Take the Lansdowne exit and turn left, then left again onto Bloor Street, Mercer Union is on your left hand side at the next corner.

By bus
The Lansdowne 47 bus stops at the Lansdowne TTC station, travelling both North and South. Walk south to Bloor, turn left and walk East, we are located one block east of Bloor and Lansdowne.

By car
There is a parking lot located just north of the Lansdowne TTC station on the east side of Lansdowne Avenue. This is a three-minute walk from the gallery.

By Bike
We can be reached easily by bike if you are travelling East or West on Bloor Street. Located a couple of blocks west of Dufferin St and one block east of Lansdowne. Mercer Union has bike parking both out front and beside the gallery.

Exhibition tours
There is an exhibition tour every Saturday afternoon at 2pm. This is free of charge.

Free Educational tours
Mercer Union is happy to welcome school groups. If you would like to arrange a visit or find out more, contact Cameron Lee or Liana Schmidt.

Nearby
Mercer Union is a proud part Bloor and Lansdowne Art District. Our neighbours include Gallery TPW, Daniel Faria Gallery, Robert Kananaj Gallery, Clint Roenisch Gallery and Scrap Metal Gallery, all on and around St Helens Avenue, and further north, Arsenal Toronto/Division Gallery.

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