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Museums in Toronto

Toronto is the largest city in Canada. It has 2.7 million inhabitants and is becoming a truly global city. People from all over the world travel to Toronto to experience the city’s culture; the city is an international leader in a number of cultural and arts fields, including TV, media, music, fashion, theatre, performing arts…

Not surprisingly, museums in Toronto play an important role in the cultural life of the city. Museums in Toronto are diverse and will satisfy everybody. From exhibitions about history to contemporary galleries, Toronto’s culture is as cosmopolitan as it’s inhabitants.

Here is a brief list of museums in Toronto, to give you some ideas the next time you are strolling through the city:

  • Royal Ontario Museum – Contains the world’s largest collection of fossils from the Burgess Shale
  • Art Gallery of Ontario – 68,000 works from the 1st century to the present-day
  • Gardiner Museum – Devoted to ceramic arts
  • Bata Shoe Museum – Exhibition of shoes from around the world
  • Hockey Hall of Fame – Exhibition of hockey-related pieces, celebrating Canada’s favourite sport
  • MOCCA, Museum of Inuit Art
  • CBC Museum – filled with archives from the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
  • Toronto Aerospace Museum – Aircrafts and aerospace-related museum
  • Holocaust Education and Memorial Centre of Toronto – Experiences of European Jews before, during and after World War II
  • MZTV Museum of Television – Collection of television receivers and related memorabilia
  • Textile Museum of Canada – Exhibition of textiles
  • Design Exchange – Promotion of Canadian design

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