$10; $8.35 (ages 60+); $7 (students with ID); $5.75 (ages 6-16); $26 (family, two adults and three children; $3 for each additional child).
Step into the past and experience what it was like to immigrate to Canada through Pier 21. This was the entry point for one in five Canadians between 1928 and 1971. Discover the Museum’s main exhibition dedicated to the years when Pier 21 was open as an immigration shed. Hear the personal stories of diverse immigrants from all over the world in our 20 minute contemporary bilingual film in Canada. Be sure to research your family’s immigration history in the Scotiabank Family History Centre and contribute your immigration story to our growing collection. Or stop by to see our temporary and community partnership exhibitions on display in the Ralph and Rose Chiodo Harbourside Gallery. Also, find unique treasures in our one-of-a-kind Gift Shop and don’t forget to grab a snack at The Gateway Café while you’re here.
Daily 9:30-5:30, May-Oct.; daily 9:30-5, in Nov.; Tues.-Sat. 10-5, rest of year. Hours may vary during spring break; phone ahead. Closed Jan. 1, Good Friday, Christmas and day after Christmas. Allow 2 hours minimum.