Museums Category

Toronto and the GTA are blessed with numerous world-class museums. Check out some of their regular collections, plus special exhibits and events!

Joseph Brant Museum: Visit with the Easter Bunny

Hop on over to Joseph Brant Museum in Burlington for a visit with the Easter Bunny, where families get their picture taken, and children take part in an egg hunt, completing Easter-themed activities and collecting different coloured eggs. Peruse the mini-makers market and enjoy a hot chocolate! Joseph Brant Museum:
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Royal Ontario Museum (ROM): March Break

Discover all the fascinating collections and artifacts at the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) over March Break, with daily activities taking place 10:00am-4:00pm. Experience hands-on activities, such as gems, talks with museum curators, a slime workshop, and live performances. Royal Ontario Museum (ROM): March Break When: March 9-17, 2024 Time: Tuesday-Sunday
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Bata Shoe Museum: March Break Fun & Games

Just in time for March Break, Bata Shoe Museum invites visitors to take part in free fun and games with drop-in themed family programming, including self-guided crafts such as Shoe Game in a Box, Make Your Own Shoe Pins, and more. Plus, each day features drop-in games and a late-morning
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Black Creek Pioneer Village: Maple at the Village

Feel the Springtime buzz and celebrate the charm of maple syrup season at Black Creek Pioneer Village during March Break. Learn maple-making skills from costumed educators then attend the Marvelous Maple Show to sample genuine maple syrup. Black Creek Pioneer Village: Maple at the Village When: March 11-15, 2024 Time:
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Cool Buildings Toronto
20 Cool Buildings to Discover in Downtown Toronto

Some people may think that Toronto is like Lego Batman (it only works in black and very dark grey) but amongst the concrete and glass of the business district and the green of parks and playgrounds strewn all around town, there are various interesting architectural icons and historical gems to
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Toronto History Museums: Free Admission

Toronto History Museums are now open with FREE general admission! The goal is to provide everyone with the opportunity to fully participate in cultural heritage and spaces. In turn, we should definitely celebrate the contributions of museums to our communities. Read on to how find about the 10 properties open
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Little Canada
Little Canada is a Small Museum with Big Dreams!

Travel around our home and native land, all in one spot! Little Canada proves that great tourist attractions come in extremely small packages. It’s the brainchild of lifelong model railroad enthusiast Jean-Louis Brenninkmeijer, who fell so in love with Canada when he emigrated from Europe that he came up with
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Little Canada Visit
A Visit to Little Canada Offers Big Fun for Every Member of the Family!

Originally posted April 18, 2023 My family recently enjoyed our first visit to Little Canada and it will definitely not be our last! We had grandparents visiting from out of town who always wish to spend time with the kids while also touring the sights of Toronto. Seeing Little Canada
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Bata Shoe Museum Hands-On Collection

Who says you can’t touch at the Museum?! Enhance your visit to the Bata Shoe Museum with free multi-sensory and tactile experiences through their Hands-On Collection. Visitors will get to examine objects up close while experienced guides explain the fascinating stories behind the shoes. Bata Shoe Museum Hands-On Collection When:
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Niagara Parks Power Station
Discover the Niagara Parks Power Station’s Currents

Experience the remarkable Niagara Parks Power Station in a whole new way with Currents: Niagara’s Power Transformed. It’s an epic sight and sound night show that opens its doors to the public on September 3. Constructed in 1905, the Niagara Parks Power Station structure is considered to be the only
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