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The AGO, Art Gallery of Ontario
#1 of 107 Museums in Toronto
While we love visiting art museums, the exhibit of mystical landscaped with impressionist art was wonderful!
Having visited many art museums in the World (and I’m from NYC originally, home of the best!) the AGO is very interesting because of all the Canadian artists represented here.
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Hockey Hall of Fame
#2 of 107 Museums in Toronto
Been to all of the top four sports hall of fame museums and in my opinion this Hall of Fame is the best of the bunch.
This was one of the most interactive museums that we have been to and we really enjoyed it.
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Royal Ontario Museum
#3 of 107 Museums in Toronto
Unlike most other great museums of the world, it has some of everything -- natural history, human culture, sculpture, paintings, natural exhibits, interactive displays ... everything.
This is one of my most favourite museums in the world after the Victoria and Albert in London....new exhibits bring history and the culture of many nations and peoples to light as well as wonderful regular exhibits.
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Bata Shoe Museum
#5 of 107 Museums in Toronto
Definitely and must-see if you're in the area and love museums - and shoes!
The Museum belongs to the North American Reciprocal Museums program, which offers complimentary admission when you are members of your local participating museum.
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Brookfield Place
#8 of 107 Museums in Toronto
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Gardiner Museum
#9 of 107 Museums in Toronto
This kind of museum is more likely to be found in Europe so Toronto is very lucky to have it and the quality of this porcelain collection exceeds that of most European museums.
Museums have to raise extra income in any way possible.
Fort York National Historic Site
#11 of 107 Museums in Toronto
We visited the new museum on this site, it was first class with excellent background to the war and great use of technology to simulate the short battle that occurred at the fort.
Overall a great museum to spend a few hours in.
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Mackenzie House
#12 of 107 Museums in Toronto
There are two parts to the museum : 1) a tour of the house, which gives a really interesting glimpse into life in the 1850s (we learned some neat titbits) as well as stories about the adventures of Mackenzie 2) a...
I thought it would be a quick hour tour of another boring house museum, but the costumed staff were very knowledgeable about history, printing, and politics and we stayed until they closed talking about the house...
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Toronto Railway Museum
#13 of 107 Museums in Toronto
I work with rail inspection and had been to many of those railway museums around.
Located in the old railway Roundhouse behind the Sky Dome and next to Steam Whistle Brewery (they give great little tours), here are a lot of railway artifacts outside the museum.
Textile Museum of Canada
#14 of 107 Museums in Toronto
Every time I have visited Toronto I make sure to visit this museum and there’s have always been interesting and informative exhibits.
Wonderful and unique museum
Toronto's First Post Office
#17 of 107 Museums in Toronto
Unique in Canada, this is the nation's only postal museum and is also a functioning modern post office !
... Society was formed in February of 1983 ... The Society now operates Toronto’s First Post Office as a museum, a National Historic Site and an active Canada Post office ... Toronto's First Post Office is an auth...
The Power Plant
#18 of 107 Museums in Toronto
Campbell House Museum
#19 of 107 Museums in Toronto
This display of War Flowers is a travelling exhibit on at this museum from Jan 24 to March 25, 2018.
We did not visit the museum during the day, but for the play in the evening.
Toronto Police Museum
#20 of 107 Museums in Toronto
unique museum with tons of interesting stories
The Toronto Police Museum & Discovery Centre is a not-for-profit registered charity, operating in close partnership with, but separate from the Toronto Police Service ... The Museum is solely funded through guided...
Toronto Dominion Gallery of Inuit Art
#21 of 107 Museums in Toronto
This was a very surprising, but lovely museum!
Ryerson Image Centre
#23 of 107 Museums in Toronto
Been visiting this museum for the past 3 years for stimulating and informative exhibitions.
Although this is a small museum, it is a wonderful place to spend an hour or two.
Bay of Spirits Gallery
#25 of 107 Museums in Toronto
The Pier
#26 of 107 Museums in Toronto
The Market Gallery
#28 of 107 Museums in Toronto
48th Highlanders Museum
#36 of 107 Museums in Toronto
A visit to the 48th Highlanders Museum will take you on a voyage through time and space, a century into the past and around the world: - from Victorian Toronto in 1891 when the Regiment was formed to the present d...
Only found out that the basement of St. Andrews church housed the museum.
Abbozzo Gallery
#37 of 107 Museums in Toronto
Design Exchange
#38 of 107 Museums in Toronto
John B. Aird Gallery
#40 of 107 Museums in Toronto
University of Toronto Art Centre
#42 of 107 Museums in Toronto
Gallery Arcturus
#44 of 107 Museums in Toronto
In fact it was founded in 1994 as a non-profit museum.
Children's Discovery Centre
#45 of 107 Museums in Toronto
Stuart Jackson Gallery
#54 of 107 Museums in Toronto
Open Studio
#55 of 107 Museums in Toronto
Yumart Gallery
#56 of 107 Museums in Toronto
G44 Centre for Contemporary Photography
#57 of 107 Museums in Toronto