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Plan Your Trip

We've provided a Google map below. Oakville is easy to reach from Toronto and about 30 - 40 minutes west. The easiest way to get around Oakville is by car. There is however public transit. See details below. Go Transit commuter trains go directly to Oakville on the Lakeshore West line from Union Station in Toronto. If you don't have a drive, consider joining our Art Bus Tour from Toronto to Oakville on Sat. Oct. 14, 2023.


The Gallery and Corridor Galleries
Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre


Festival Venue

Address: 2302 Bridge Road, Oakville, Ontario, Canada, L6L 2G6
(Closest major intersection Bridge Road & Third Line)
Hours: Mon. - Sat. 10 am - 6 pm, Sun. 12 - 5 pm
Parking: Free
The building is accessible and inclusive. Wheelchairs are available at the front entrance.

By car:

From Toronto take the QEW west, exiting at the Oakville – Third Line off ramp. Travel South on Third Line. Turn right onto Bridge Road. QEPCCC is on the south side of the road

From Burlington take the QEW east, exiting at the Oakville – Bronte Road off ramp. Travel South on Bronte Road. Turn left onto Bridge Road. QEPCCC is on the south side of the road.

By train and then bus or cab:

GO Train Lakeshore West line to Oakville GO Station.
Find the schedules: www.gotransit.com

From the Oakville GO Station, take the Route #15 Bridge bus - there is a bus stop at the entrance to Queen Elizabeth Park Community & Cultural Centre.
Find the schedules: www.oakvilletransit.ca

Oakville Public Transit Map pdf

CAB: If you take a cab from the Oakville Go Station to the centre it will cost about $22. There are taxis waiting outside the station.



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