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Agnes Etherington Art Centre

University Avenue at Bader Lane, Kingston, Ontario, Canada
+1 613-533-2190
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Enjoying Rembrandt in the heart of Kingston.

A good stop for art lovers. The Alfred Bader collection is a must see while in the Kingston area... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Montreal, Canada
Enjoy the Art

I was fortunate to have as much time as I desired the visit the galleries. Road Trip: Across Canada... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Sooke, Canada
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University Avenue at Bader Lane, Kingston, Ontario, Canada
+1 613-533-2190

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Reviewed 2 days ago

A good stop for art lovers. The Alfred Bader collection is a must see while in the Kingston area. Viewing the 3 Rembrandt pieces was a treat.

Thank Sunny1707
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I was fortunate to have as much time as I desired the visit the galleries. Road Trip: Across Canada with Allan C. Collier was well presented with his works, personal notes (he was meticulous) and photos taken by his then young son. Most of the...More

Thank sigehaizi
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

There were 5 main exhibits while I was there which ranged from contemporary Canadian art to the collection of Alfred Bader (which included a couple of Rembrandt's works). All the art was well kept with good descriptions close by. We ran out of time and...More

Thank SierraTP
Reviewed 9 April 2017

Love the historical sites and history associated with the collection and the Inuit Art on display. As one walks around Kingston add this site to your list.

Thank 24thIDTraveller
Reviewed 14 March 2017 via mobile

I specifically travelled to Kingston to see the exhibit of Inuit drawings from 1964. I collect Inuit art but I have never seen anything like this before! If you have a passion for Inuit art, get here before the exhibition closes in April. My only...More

Thank Susan C
Reviewed 14 March 2017

The Agnes offers six small to medium size exhibits at one time. So do not feel like there will nothing that will interest you. The galleries and the Agnes house is open to the public -- so you get a taste of the creative and...More

Thank Paige W
Reviewed 2 January 2017

Such a surprise to see some really excellent quality works in a small local museum. The Queens University campus is beautiful, so I highly recommend a visit.

Thank MissLaughsALot
Reviewed 16 December 2016

Unfortunately, the section where is the Rembrant was closed until january 6th, but we could visit some room from Agnes's house.

Thank Cesar R
Reviewed 29 October 2016

You will always find unique and wonderful artwork here. Not the run of the mill stuffy Art centre but a wonderful comfortable feel.

Thank Nancy G
Reviewed 27 October 2016

The AEAC is the finest university art museum in Canada. The Bader Collection sporting four authentic Rembrandt paintings and works by many more noted Northern Baroque artists is outstanding. In addition there is the Lang Collection of African art and a huge collection of more...More

Thank Ian H
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Carole T
2 August 2016|
Response from 396Don | Reviewed this property |
Excuse my delay in replying. The hours are posted on the Agnes Etherington Art Centre Website.