Museums in Toronto

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Royal Ontario Museum .

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New addition to the ROM
New addition to the ROM
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The ROM, located at the corner of Bloor St and Queen's Park Ave, is Canada's largest museum. Its exhibits and galleries explore the visual arts, archaeology, the life sciences and natural history. Admission price ranges from $6 (children) to $14 (adults). The main building is open from 10am - 6pm Mon to Sat; till 8pm Tues; 11am-6pm on Sun. The museum is closed Dec. 25 & Jan 1. Tel: 416 586-8000 Address: 100 Queen's Park Toronto ON M5S 2C6

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Art Gallery of Ontario

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New addition to the AGO
New addition to the AGO
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Art Gallery of Ontario

Toronto , Ontario

 

The Art Gallery of Ontario officially closed its doors on October 7, 2007 to install some 5,000 works in 110 galleries, marking the final phase of the Transformation construction project. Designed by renowned Toronto native Frank Gehry – the architectural genius behind the Disney Concert Hall and the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao – the transformation includes a physical expansion of the Gallery by 97,000 square feet, the addition of more than 10,000 new works of art to the more..

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tel:416-979-6648
address:317 Dundas St. W, Toronto, Ontario M5T 1G4
zipcode:M5T 1G4

The Gibson House Museum .

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Guided tours of the 1851 restored home of David Gibson, local politician and land surveyor. Activities reflect daily farm life as it was in the mid-nineteenth century. Tel: 1 416 395-7432 Fax: 1 416 395-7442 Directions: Just N of Mel Lastman Square, the Ford Theatre & North York Centre subway stop. Address: 5172 Yonge St Toronto (North York) ON M2N 5P6

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