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Open today from 10AM - 9PM
Open

Monday: Closed

Tuesday: Closed

Wednesday: 10AM - 5PM

Thursday: 10AM - 9PM

Friday: 10AM - 9PM

Saturday: 10AM - 5PM

Sunday: 10AM - 5PM

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Hours

MondayClosed
TuesdayClosed
Wednesday10 AM – 5 PM
Thursday10 AM – 9 PM
Friday10 AM – 9 PM
Saturday10 AM – 5 PM
Sunday10 AM – 5 PM

Admission

Thanks to the generous support of the Frank and Ellen Remai Foundation, admission to Remai Modern will now be by donation on all open days (free for youth under 18).

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Getting Here

Remai Modern is easily accessible from cycling and walking trails and is ideally located downtown in scenic River Landing close to attractions, shops and much more.

Persephone Theatre, Midtown Plaza, TCU Place, and the Riversdale and Broadway communities are all within a 15-minute walk or less.

Remai Modern is serviced by City of Saskatoon bus routes 1, 6, 7, 8 and 9. The Downtown Saskatoon transit terminal is a 15-minute walk to the museum. Fare information can be found here and public transportation routes can be accessed through Google Transit.

Access Transit provides on-demand services for individuals who cannot take fixed route transit some or all of the time due to physical or cognitive disabilities. Visit their website or call: Saskatoon Transit customer service at 306-975-3100 or the customer care line at 306-975-3555.

Parking

The River Landing Parkade located underneath Remai Modern offers underground heated parking and free public bicycle parking. The parkade entrance is on Saunders Place, off of 2nd Avenue. The Parkade is open seven days a week, 7 AM–midnight, including on statutory holidays. Pay stations in the Parkade accept coins and credit cards. You can also pay via the Honk Mobile phone app. Please contact Precise Parklink’s website or call 306-955-9912 for more information.

Accessibility

Remai Modern strives to offer a welcoming and accessible experience for everyone. The building has been specially designed to be inclusive and easily navigable.

Accessibility features include:

  • All levels of the building are accessible for visitors with disabilities.
  • Each level features bathrooms that are accessible for visitors with disabilities.
  • All doorways are wide enough to accommodate wheelchairs.
  • Front entrance and gallery doors feature push button entry.
  • Wheelchair access is available from the heated attached parkade.
  • All public spaces are identified with braille signage.
  • Museum elevators are equipped with audible floor indicators.
  • Public tours and weekend artmaking activities are available with ASL interpretation upon request.
    Contact Carol at cwylie@remaimodern.org to request an ASL interpreter for the program you would like to attend. Please allow five days’ notice.

For more information or if you have an idea for a tour or event that requires special accessibility considerations, we would love to hear from you!

Please reach out to our learning & engagement coordinator Carol Wylie with your thoughts to cwylie@remaimodern.org.

For more information on accessibility, feel free to ask any of our guest experience staff members or contact us at info@remaimodern.org

What’s On

Remai Modern offers a wide variety of programs and events. See what’s happening this month at the museum!

Explore events by category

Download a printable program of everything happening at Remai Modern this month – What’s On At Remai Modern

Guidelines

Welcome to Remai Modern! We’re happy to have you here. Please follow the guidelines below to ensure everyone has a great experience.

  • Please don’t touch the artwork. Maintain a safe distance from artwork at all times.

  • No food or drink is allowed in the galleries, including water bottles.

  • Unless indicated, permission to take photos for personal use is permitted. Photography should not disrupt the visitor experience and flashes, tripods, and props may not be used.

  • Bags larger than 11″ x 16″ must be checked. Bags cannot be carried on your back and child rear-worn child carriers are not permitted. Free storage lockers are available on Level 1 for visitor convenience.

  • We love your photos of Remai Modern! Tag @remaimodern and credit the artist(s).

Visiting with Kids

Remai Modern welcomes the whole family to explore, engage, and discover their love for art.

Two youth artmaking in the learning studio
Something on Sundays

Attend a free artmaking activity every Sunday between 1 and 4 PM! No registration required!

2 people and a baby on a stroller tour at the museum
Stroller Tours

Looking for a change of scenery and safe space to explore with your little one? This museum tour offers a casual discussion with a museum educator where no one minds if a baby interrupts!

RBC Creative Space

Calling all creatives! RBC Creative Space happens on Saturdays from 10 AM-5 PM and features seasonal art-making activities based on current exhibitions.

Guidelines

We love introducing kids to the Remai Modern, and see it as a great opportunity to learn and practice new social skills.

Below are some helpful tips to use when talking to your kids about what they can expect when visiting the museum. These guidelines help to ensure that the museum remains a welcoming place for everyone.

Use your indoor voice

We encourage discussion about the art, however it’s important to keep the volume of your voice low when speaking to each other. Loud noises and overlapping chatter can make it difficult for others to enjoy the space.

Stick together

It’s important for family members to stay close together. Behave politely by not running around or wandering off. This helps to ensure the experience is safe and enjoyable for everyone.

Be aware of your surroundings

Always be aware of what’s going on around you. Don’t stand in a way that block’s someone else’s view. Instead, stand off to the side, so that others can enjoy the artwork too.

Look with your eyes

In a museum or gallery, it’s important to look with your eyes, never your hands. Be respectful of the art and be very careful not to touch anything.

Educators

Educators

Introducing your students to art is a great way to inspire, evoke curiosity, and encourage deeper conversations about the world around us. 

The Remai Modern offers resources and activities specially designed for educators and students to help kickstart a lifelong appreciation and love of art.

Dining

A delicious new dining experience is coming soon!

In early 2023, Remai Modern will welcome local favourite Hearth as its new restaurant partner.

Hearth is a celebration of Saskatchewan, not only in their food but in their incredible hospitality. We are proud to join forces with this great Saskatoon team and to give visitors an experience — from art to food to events — you can’t find anywhere else.

In the meantime, Hearth is catering third-party events at the museum, from weddings to corporate get-togethers. Visit our Host An Event page to learn more.

Host an Event

Host an Event

Host your event at Remai Modern for stunning views, incredible food, and so much more. Whether you’re hosting a meeting for eight or a reception for hundreds, this location makes for a stylish and unique venue. 

Remai Modern is Saskatoon’s go-to venue for weddings, conferences, corporate events, holiday parties and all of your special occasions. Add on artful options including tours, artmaking, and other activities to make the most of this one-of-a-kind location.

Shop

Art & Design Store 

The Art & Design Store at Remai Modern offers a design-oriented, art-focused shopping experience with something for everyone. 

We showcase unique goods from local, national, and international craftspeople. 

Feel good about shopping! Every purchase you make at the Art & Design Store supports arts programming for everyone!

FAQs

General Information

What are the museum’s operating hours?
Open

Remai Modern is open from 10 AM-5 PM on Wednesdays, 10 AM-9 PM on Thursdays and Fridays and from 10 AM-5 PM on Saturdays and Sundays. 

Can I take photos of the artwork?
Open

Permission to photograph artwork is unique to each gallery and exhibition. Look for signage upon entering the gallery that indicates whether photographs are permitted.

I’m a professional photographer, can I shoot in the museum?
Open

Photographers are welcome at Remai Modern, but respecting the work and copyrights of artists in the museum is our highest priority. Here are the basic rules for photography in the building for non-personal use.

  • Admission charges apply
  • no lights, flash or backdrops
  • no art in the pictures
  • cannot be done in gallery spaces
  • no incidental capture of other guests in the pictures
  • cannot move furniture
  • no props
Is food or drink allowed in the museum?
Open

No food or drink is allowed in the galleries. Food and drink is permitted in the common areas outside the galleries and in the entrance atrium.

Are cell phones allowed in the museum?
Open

Cell phones are allowed in Remai Modern but we request that visitors keep them silent while in the building.

Is there a suggested donation?
Open

The suggested donation is $10. All donations support art programs at Remai Modern and are matched by the Frank and Ellen Remai Foundation.

Art & Exhibitions

How do I find what’s on?
Open

Visit our exhibitions page to find out what’s on view now and what’s coming up.

How can I donate an artwork?
Open

If you are interested in donating art, please email details to collections@remaimodern.org

Events

How and where can I book an event?
Open

Please email events@remaimodern.org to inquire about event rentals.

For more information on available spaces and packages visit our Host An Event page.

Membership

What is the duration of a membership?
Open

Memberships become effective immediately and expire after 365 days or two years from the date of purchase, as applicable. For example, if you purchase a membership on October 21, 2017, it will expire on October 21, 2018.

What to do if I lose my card?
Open

Visit our front desk to request a replacement card. You can also email membership@remaimodern.org or call (306) 975-8498 to request a replacement card. There is a $5 replacement fee for lost cards.

Can my friend use my membership card?
Open

Membership cards are non-transferable. However, as a member you may bring a guest and receive 10% off their admission.