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.
The museum is located on the ground level at the south-west corner of the QQT building. We do not have our own dedicated external entrance but you can enter the building either directly at Queens Quay West or the entrances facing Lake Ontario.
Temporary access restrictions
Both the 509 and 510 streetcars are now fully operational and their routes lead directly to the Queens Quay Terminal from Union Station. Closest stop to the museum is York Street.
There is NO parking available directly at the museum. 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.
- WEST: We are next to The Power Plant and down the waterfront from The Harbourfront Centre
- NORTH: We are close to The CN Tower, Rogers Centre, and the Steam Whistle Brewery
- NORTH-WEST: The Hockey Hall of Fame and the Air Canada Centre are equally close to the northeast.
- EAST: The Toronto Islands Ferry Terminal, along the shore of Lake Ontario. Further east is the historic Distillery District.
For full directory of attractions, restaurants and community events be sure to visit the Waterfront BIA website.