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Oakville Public Transit Map

Google maps for each venue are provided below and on the tour pdfs. 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 that connects to all venues except Joshua Creek Heritage Art Centre. 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 Two Art Bus Tours from Toronto to Oakville on Nov. 3rd and 4th, 2012.

 

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

 

Main Festival Venue

Address: 2302 Bridge Road, Oakville, Ontario, (Closest major intersection Bridge Road & Third Line)
Hours: Mon. - Sat. 10 am - 6 pm, Sun. 12 - 5 pm
Parking: Free
Exhibition Page| Venue Images

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.

From the QEW (if travelling West towards Burlington) take 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.

By train:

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

By bus:

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

 


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The Studio of Oakville Galleries in Gairloch Gardens

Address: 1306 Lakeshore Road East, Oakville, Ontario
Hours: Tuesday to Sunday 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Closed: Monday

By car:

From Toronto take the QEW west, exiting at Ford Drive. Follow Ford Drive south to Lakeshore Road East and turn right. Follow Lakeshore East to the first illuminated pedestrian crosswalk at Cairncroft (approximately 2 km). The parking lot is just beyond this point on the left. Walk up the path to the Galleries, the building closest to the lake.
By train: GO Train Lakeshore West line to Oakville GO Station.
Find the schedules:
www.gotransit.com

By bus:

From the Oakville GO Station take the #14 Lakeshore West bus to Lakeshore and Reynolds, then transfer to the #2 Lakeshore East bus, tell the driver you want the stop just past Gairloch Gardens.
Find the schedules:
www.gotransit.com

 

   

 

 

Mississauga Venue

The Gallery Space, Living Arts Centre

Address: 4141 Living Arts Drive, Mississauga, Ontario
(Closest main intersection: Hurontario and Burnhamthorpe. Sandwiched between Burnhamthorpe and Rathburn, the LAC is locataed between Living Arts Drive and Duke of York, across the street from Square One Shopping Centre and next door to the City of Mississauga {tall clock tower} building)
Hours: Tuesday to Saturday 10:00 am – 4:00 pm, Sunday 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Closed: Monday

The Gallery is located on the second floor of the Centre. When patrons arrive they may take the staircase up to the second floor (staircase is located next to the reception desk/gift shop or the elevator found on the ground level across from the information booth & reception desk/gift shop. From the top of the main staircase patrons will walk right and then right again along the bridge to find the Gallery, from the elevators patrons with turn left and then left again along the bridge to find the Gallery.

The Elevators can be accessed from P1 parking which is wheel chair accessible.

Parking:

Parking is underground and can be accessed from our Living Arts Drive entrance. Living Arts Centre has free parking during the week after 6 pm and free weekend parking. The Living Arts Centre has underground parking for 450 cars with access off Living Arts Drive.  The parking facility is equipped with pay and display machines that offer multiple payment options including coin ($0.25, $1, or $2 coins) and major credit cards (Visa, MasterCard and American Express). Once payment is made, the machine provides a receipt (ticket) to be displayed on the dash of the car
 
The rates are:
Hourly: $1.00
Daily: $6.00
Evenings after 6pm and weekends: Free
Free parking with a valid Accessible Parking Permit
 
Paid on-street parking is available on Living Arts Drive & Prince of Wales Drive in designated spots. 

By car:

From Toronto take the QEW west to Hwy 10 (Hurontario St.). Travel north on Hurontario Street to Burnhamthorpe Road. Turn west on Burnhamthorpe Road to Living Arts Drive, then north on Living Arts Drive.

Or: Hwy 401 west to Hwy 10 (Hurontario St). Travel south on Hurontario to Burnhamthorpe Road. Turn west on Burnhamthorpe Road, then north on Living Arts Drive.

From Hamilton take the QEW east to Hwy 10 (Hurontario St.) Travel north on Hurontario Street to Burnhamthorpe Road. Turn west on Burnhamthorpe Road to Living Arts Drive, then north on Living Arts Drive.

Or:  QEW east to Hwy 403 (by Ford Dr). East on Hwy 403 to Centreview/Mavis exit. Take Centreview exit to Duke of York. Travel south on Duke of York to Rathburn Road. Turn west on Rathburn Road to Living Arts Drive., then south on Living Arts Drive.

By train:

Click on the link below for directions, using TTC subway system to Islington Station or the GO train to Kipling Station, then transferring to Mississauga Transit. 
Find the schedules:
www.gotransit.com

By bus:

Mississauga Transit – The nearest bus stop is Square One Shopping Centre located across the street.
Find the schedules: www.gotransit.com