Top Museums in Toronto (Canada)

Hockey Hall of Fame
Aga Khan Museum
Royal Ontario Museum
  • Royal Ontario Museum

    100 Queen's Pk (at Bloor St. W.) Toronto ON M5S 2C6 Canada
    It is the ROM’s mission to engage the public in exploration of cultural change and to serve as an advocate for science in the study of nature. Programs ranging from formal student education courses to public debates, lectures, symposia, films, tours, publications, travel and family activities.
Bata Shoe Museum
  • Bata Shoe Museum

    327 Bloor Street West M5S 1W7 Toronto ON Canada
    Discover the treasures of North America's charming and surprising shoe museum. Hundreds of shoes (from a collection numbering over 10,000) are on exhibit in architect Raymond Moriyama's award-winning four-storey structure. The Museum celebrates the style and function of footwear in four impressive galleries. Footwear on display ranges from Chinese bound foot shoes and ancient Egyptian sandals to chestnut-crushing clogs and glamourous platforms. Over 4,500 years of history and a collection of 20th-century celebrity shoes are reflected in the semi-permanent exhibition, All ...
Ontario Science Centre
Design Exchange
  • Design Exchange

    234 Bay Street P.O. Box 18 TD Centre M5K 1B2 Toronto ON Canada
    Design Exchange, a not-for-profit museum funded by its members and donors, is Canada’s only museum dedicated exclusively to the pursuit of design excellence and preservation of design heritage. At the crossroads of multiple disciplines, from furniture and architecture to graphics and fashion, our exhibitions, talks, workshops, and youth education programs are curated to reflect the popular zeitgeist and contemporary culture while demonstrating the relevance and importance of design to everyday life. We are committed to delivering accessible design experiences and ...
Gardiner Museum
  • Gardiner Museum

    111 Queen's Park M5S 2C7 Toronto ON Canada
    The Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art was opened in 1984 by George and Helen Gardiner to house their collection of ancient American artifacts and European pottery and porcelain. Between 1987 and 1996 it was managed by the Royal Ontario Museum, but a generous endowment from George Gardiner allowed it to regain its independence. Attendance, membership, and program participation more than doubled over the next seven years, and the Museum became an important centre for ceramics in North America. The Museum was closed ...
CBC Museum
  • CBC Museum

    The CBC Museum was dedicated to the preserving the physical heritage and archival materials relating to the history of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC). It was located in the Canadian Broadcasting Centre at 250 Front Street West, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The museum collection began by at least 1960, the current display space opened in 1994, and closed on December 22, 2017. The museum featured a number of interactive exhibits where people can call up excerpts from famous CBC television shows, including ...
Museum station
  • Museum station

    Museum is a subway station on Line 1 Yonge–University in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It opened in 1963 and is located under Queen's Park at Charles Street West, beside the Royal Ontario Museum after which it is named. Wi-Fi service is available at this station.
Fresh Never Frozen Art
Textile Museum of Canada
  • Textile Museum of Canada

    The Textile Museum of Canada, located Toronto, Ontario, Canada, is a Canadian museum dedicated to the collection, exhibition, and documentation of textiles.