Museums in Toronto

Toronto boasts incredible cultural capital, making it an ideal destination for travelers looking to learn. Exciting, high profile exhibitions pass through the city each year and multiple world-class permanent collections draw art, history and trivia buffs in their own right. Toronto's slate of galleries and museums are high traffic, important stops in any season, but their warmth and wealth of content make them particularly alluring in winter. Big and small, these venues brim with intriguing artifacts, images and information. Toronto's largest musuems (the ROM, the Bata Shoe Museum, the AGO, the Toronto Science Centre) are especially appropriate for groups needing to accomodate a variety of ages and interests. These spaces and their diverse collections cater to experts and kids alike, offering patrons (so much) more than can be absorbed in one wander. Return trips are recommended - enjoy!

Royal Ontario Museum

Bloor St W & Avenue Rd

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Ontario Science Centre

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770 Don Mills Rd
(at Eglinton Avenue E)

Family-friendly centre for interactive scientific exploration...
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Art Gallery of Ontario

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317 Dundas St. W
At the corner of Dundas and McCaul streets

The most innovative art gallery in Canada...
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Casa Loma

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1 Austin Terrace
(At Spadina)

A quirky tale and taste of Toronto's Edwardian heritage...
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Hockey Hall of Fame

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30 Yonge St
(at Front Street West)

Stroll down Canada's hockey-memory lane...
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Bata Shoe Museum (The)

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327 Bloor St. W
At St. George St

12,500 rare, foot-related artifacts from all over the world...
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CBC Museum & Graham Spry Theatre

250 Front Street West

The History of TV in Canada...
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Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art

952 Queen St. W

The ultimate place for contemporary art pieces exploring today's issues...
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Museum for Textiles

55 Centre Ave
(at University Avenue)

One of a kind...
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Redpath Sugar Museum

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95 Queen's Quay East
(at Cooper Street)

A sweet space...
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