The Museum of Inuit Art is located in the Queen’s Quay Terminal Building at 207 Queen’s Quay West, Toronto (map). The Terminal Building is a listed Heritage Property and is part of Toronto’s historic waterfront.
Please visit the Terminal Building’s website if you would like more information about this historic structure.
The Museum can be found in the southwest corner of the Terminal Building. Our galleries overlook the shores of Lake Ontario.
Access to the museum is through the Queen’s Quay Terminal Building. We do not have our own dedicated external entrance.
Temporary access restrictions
As part of Toronto’s Harbourfront Revitalization Project, there will be several traffic restrictions scheduled throughout the year.
- For details about the 509 Harbourfront bus route changes, see this blog post.
- For a pedestrian route from Union Station to the MIA, see this blog post.
- For changes to the 509/510 streetcar and bus routes, see this blog post.
- For weekly updates on construction progress, visit the Waterfront Toronto site.
A new underground parking lot is located at 225 Queens Quay West, which is adjacent to the Queen’s Quay Terminal Building. For more information and additional parking options, visit the Harbourfront Centre site.
MIA is a short walk away from many of Toronto’s favourite tourist attractions. The CN Tower, Rogers Centre, and the Steam Whistle Brewery are very close to the northwest. The Hockey Hall of Fame and the Air Canada Centre are equally close to the northeast.
The Toronto Islands Ferry Terminal is a few minutes to the east east, along the shore of Lake Ontario. Further east is the historic Distillery District.
Toronto’s harbourfront is packed with shops, exhibits, and events for tourists and Toronto residents alike. Lake Ontario and Toronto harbour cruises begin right outside MIA’s door.