The MacKenzie Art Gallery is located at 3475 Albert Street, Regina Saskatchewan, in the T.C. Douglas Building, situated in the South West corner of beautiful Wascana Park.
Visitor parking is free in the parking lots around the T.C. Douglas building and marked by visitor signs.
The Gallery is fully accessible and wheelchair parking is available outside the main entrance.
The MacKenzie Art Gallery is a short drive from Regina's downtown and is accessible from many Regina Transit bus routes. The Regina Transit Trip Planner will help you find your best route to the Gallery.
Hours of Operation
Gallery and Gallery Shop:
Monday to Saturday 10 am - 5:30 pm
Sunday and Statutory Holidays 12 pm - 5:30 pm
Closed on Christmas Day and New Years Day. Changes to gallery hours for special events will be posted here.
Administration Office: Monday to Friday 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Admission to the MacKenzie Art Gallery is FREE, but we appreciate and accept donations.
Inside the Gallery
Come in and make art! The MacKenzie Learning Centre is open during gallery hours, seven days a week, all year round. We provide art supplies and self-guided, hands on exhibition-related activities to inspire the artist in everyone.
Bobbie Taylor Resource Centre
The Bobbie Taylor Resource Centre offers a quiet, relaxing space to learn more about our featured exhibitions. We provide a variety of resource materials and self-guided activities to enrich your gallery experience.
The Gallery Shop
Open during Gallery hours, the Gallery Shop is where you'll find one-of-a kind gifts from artisans and craftspeople from around the world. Purchases from the Gallery Shop support the exhibitions and programs at the MacKenzie.
The MacKenzie Art Gallery Library maintains an in-house collection of art-related books, exhibition catalogues, journals, reference materials and clippings on individual artists, art themes, styles and topics. The Library is accessible by appointment only.
To set up an appointment contact, or call 306-584-4250 ext. 4275
I volunteer because I want to give to the community and often have a smile on my face when leaving a Travelling Art Program class. The kids come up with insightful comments and are keenly observant. I recall the student who said nothing during the class discussion but watched intently. At the end, I asked the group "If you could take one of these paintings home to keep in your bedroom, which one would it be and why?" He said he would take the the painting of large, gray rocks from the North because it was calming and he wouldn't feel so lonely. - Audrey Henderson, MacKenzie Volunteer for 2 years