Tours of the Ismaili Centre, Toronto are available during the day and on only the dates and times given on the booking website. Tours must be booked at least two days in advance.
Tours may sometimes be cancelled due to other programmes and events taking place at the Ismaili Centre. Should this happen, an email will be sent to anyone whose booking is affected.
If you require additional help, you may contact the tours team at: [email protected]
Arriving and departing
Situated at 49 Wynford Drive in Toronto, the Ismaili Centre can be accessed by car, transit or on foot.
From the southbound Don Valley Parkway, take the Eglinton Avenue exit (after Wynford Drive) and turn right onto Eglinton. Stay in the right lane to turn right onto Gervais Drive. Turn right once again onto Wynford Drive. The Ismaili Centre complex will be on your right.
From the northbound Don Valley Parkway, take the Eglinton Avenue exit and turn left onto Eglinton. Continue as above.
From Don Mills Road, turn onto Wynford Drive. The Ismaili Centre complex will be on your right.
Arriving and departing by car
When driving to the Ismaili Centre, families are advised to arrive together or to carpool with others and avoid bringing multiple cars.
To avoid congestion and to minimise left turns out of the Ismaili Centre, all vehicles exiting the Centre are requested to turn right onto Wynford Drive.
Visiting by transit
The Ismaili Centre is conveniently serviced by Toronto Transit Commission bus route 100 Flemingdon Park, which stops along Wynford Drive in front of the Ismaili Centre at Garamond Court. Route 100 connects to the Broadview and Eglinton subway stations. (25–30 minutes.)
Alternatively, from Pape subway station, the 25 Don Mills bus stops at Don Mills Road and Wynford Drive, which is a five minute walk from the Centre. (25 minutes.)
Please visit the TTC Trip Planner to plan your journey.
Walking or cycling
Pedestrians and cyclists can approach the Ismaili Centre along Wynford Drive.
The Ismaili Centre and neighbouring Aga Khan Museum share a park, which is open to the public and includes trails suitable for walking, cycling and other non-motorized forms of recreation.