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Toronto Dominion Gallery of Inuit Art

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Out of the way gallery

An interesting gallery of Inuit sculpture from about the 1950s onward . Very hard to find as it is... read more

Reviewed September 5, 2018
Maureen W
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Florence, Italy
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Impressive, impressive, free

This is a very impressive collection of inuit art and the most interesting thing is that it's free... read more

Reviewed July 5, 2018
ElenaP2205
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Romania
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79 Wellington St W, Toronto, Ontario M5K 1A1, Canada
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed July 9, 2017

A marvelous little exhibition space featuring Inuit art in the TD Tower @ 79 Wellington. It is on the right side as you enter the building and continues up the stairs to the mezzanine. Sculptures in stone are primarily featured but there are also some...More

2  Thank georgesB4777WE
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Reviewed August 28, 2014

It's basically a small collection of glass-cased pieces in the lobby and mezzanine of the TD building. The pros: it's free, there are some really nice pieces, it's dead quiet except for the elevator dinging. The cons: it's tiny, the exhibits are crammed together so...More

2  Thank SJinTO
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Reviewed September 5, 2018 via mobile

An interesting gallery of Inuit sculpture from about the 1950s onward . Very hard to find as it is not signed in any way . Truly lovely collection and well worth seeking it out. For our entire visit we were the only viewers which was...More

Thank Maureen W
Reviewed July 5, 2018 via mobile

This is a very impressive collection of inuit art and the most interesting thing is that it's free. At some other places in Toronto you need to pay and didn't have the chance to see such works.

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Reviewed June 8, 2018

The Inuit gallery is in the South Tower of the 4 black towers that make up the TD Centre, downtown. This is one of the rare FREE activities in Toronto and will take up probably no more than 30 or 40 minutes of your day....More

1  Thank Neil D
Reviewed October 6, 2017

It's well worth seeking out this hidden gem at 79 Wellington Street, in the TD Centre, as it's not particularly well signposted, and it's free! There are displays on the ground floor to the right of the reception desk and on the mezzanine floor. The...More

Thank RetiredBritz
Reviewed August 8, 2017

I have collected Inuit Art over the years. This was a very good display of pieces that are remarkable but which would have very high cost to buy. They are well displayed and not too many pieces. Most unusual at least for me. There are...More

Thank climber06
Reviewed July 9, 2017

A marvelous little exhibition space featuring Inuit art in the TD Tower @ 79 Wellington. It is on the right side as you enter the building and continues up the stairs to the mezzanine. Sculptures in stone are primarily featured but there are also some...More

2  Thank georgesB4777WE
Reviewed June 30, 2017

This is a very small exhibit which takes about 1/2 hour to view. However, it makes for a nice little stop if you are in the area. What we particularly liked were some unique pieces. We have seen a lot of Inuit art but this...More

Thank FuzzyBeaver
Reviewed March 18, 2017

I heard about this quaint gallery while on a ROM walking tour. They have a wonderful collection and a brochure enabling a self-guided tour detailing each piece. It was a pleasant surprise and it’s free!

Thank infolific
Reviewed November 11, 2016

This was a very surprising, but lovely museum! It's self-guided with a booklet, which includes photo's. It allowed me to revisit it once I was home!

Thank NewYLisaNYork
Reviewed April 25, 2016

If you are in the area, this is a great little tucked away exhibit of Inuit art. The best thing about it is that it is free, so if you can take a few minutes to find the place, it will take about 15 minutes...More

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Downtown West is home to Toronto's gorgeous Inner
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destination for modern art, people here stroll through
the cool contemporary pieces at the Power Plant, enjoy
the outdoor installations along Queen's Quay and Canoe
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Response from Neil D | Reviewed this property |
No, the gallery is completely free. It is in the black tower of the TD Centre on the south side of Wellington Street, The entrance (a flight of stairs) is at one of the elevator waiting areas. Enjoy.
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