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Gardiner Museum – Located steps away from Yorkville, The Gardiner Museum showcases one of the world’s oldest art forms – ceramics. The Museum’s collection spans continents and time, giving a fascinating glimpse into the ceramic process and it’s role in history’s civilizations.
Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema - A historic, century-old cinema located in Toronto’s vibrant Annex neighbourhood, it is the year-round home for first-run Canadian and international documentaries, as well as special documentary presentations and showcases.
Bata Shoe Museum – Explore the world at your feet through a stunning collection of more than 13,000 shoes and related artifacts that span 4,500 years of history in four impressive galleries. A cultural gem in the heart of our city, The Bata Shoe Museum is an internationally-acclaimed institution and architectural treasure.
The Royal Conservatory – One of the largest and most respected music education institutions in the world, The Royal Conservatory provides the definitive standard excellence in curriculum design, assessment, performance training, teacher certification and arts-based social programs.
Art Gallery of Ontario — Designed by renowned architect Frank Gehry the Art Gallery of Ontario boasts an expansive collection of 79,000 works of art in 110 galleries.
Royal Ontario Museum — The Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) is Canada’s largest museum of natural history and world cultures. With some six million objects in its collections, the Museum offers engaging galleries of art, archaeology and natural science.