Know Before You Go – COVID-19 Guidelines
Our goal is to ensure that you can immerse yourself in art and art experiences in the safest space possible. Please review the following guidelines:
- The use of a non-medical mask is not mandatory during your visit; however, we encourage those who feel more comfortable to wear a mask to do so. You may see some staff and volunteers wearing a mask while others may choose not to.
- Capacity limits and physical distancing is not required; however, we ask that visitors are mindful of their surroundings and respect the comfort levels fellow visitors, staff and volunteers.
- Hand sanitizing stations continue to be available and cleaning efforts in public areas and high touch surfaces maintain a priority.
- We are committed to continue assessing these guidelines and implement changes for visitor and staff safety as Public Health guidelines change.
All areas of the Yarmouth Gallery are accessible.
Please note: Backpacks, large bags, food, drinks, and umbrellas are not permitted in Gallery spaces and must be checked. Photography is allowed, without flash.
341 Main Street
Yarmouth, NS B5A 1E7
Art Gallery of Nova Scotia Yarmouth
PO Box 246
Yarmouth, Nova Scotia B5A 4B2
The Art Gallery of Nova Scotia is a participating venue in the Easter Seals Canada Access 2 Card program that offers free admission for the companion of those visitors with permanent disabilities who require assistance while visiting the Gallery. To learn more about the Access 2 Card Program, click here.
The Art Gallery of Nova Scotia is a participating venue of the Canoo program that offers free admission to cultural attractions for newcomers* of Canada. To learn more about Canoo, click here.