Coming from Europe, more or less everything in Canada seemed huge to me. This was the exception. The textile museum is TINY, and the exhibition sparse, so you get to see very little for the ticket price. When I was there, much space was taken by a dreadful exhibition of "natural fabrics" (=various forms of straw), much of which was, on top of everything, still under plastic wraps. The gift shop is larger than the exhibition, I think. The very interesting quilts they have are under lock, and you need an appointment to see them. For 15 $ it's nothing more than legalized, daytime robbery. Spend the same money on the ROM; it's got lovely textile collections, and plenty more.
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