Whether you want to explore Canada's largest museum, or are searching for an intimate art gallery, Toronto is the place to look. Whatever your passion, you'll find a place to catch your eye.

Art Galleries

The GTA has wonderful galleries, both big and small. Visit one of the public galleries such as The Art Gallery of Ontario or McMichael Gallery (featuring works by the Group of Seven and Tom Thomson).

Museums and Historical Sites

Interested in times gone by? Visit one of the many pioneer villages across the province for an authentic glimpse of historical life. Learn about the history of shoes, or check out a Victorian mansion. Or stop by the Royal Ontario Museum, home to over 6 million objects or the Hockey Hall of Fame, home of the Stanley Cup.

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Museums Of Burlington

Joseph Brant Museum - 1240 North Shore Blvd. E. , Ireland House at Oakridge Farm - 2168 Guelph Line, Ontario
Greater Toronto Area

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The Museums of Burlington include two of the city’s heritage destinations, Ireland House Museum (built in 1837) and Joseph Brant Museum (redesigned and re-opened in 2019). Join us for tours, special exhibitions, and programming for all ages. Burlington's story starts here.   » More

Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives

9 Wellington St. E , Brampton, Ontario
Greater Toronto Area

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We are still closed due to COVID-19 but we do have some great Home for the Holidays downloadable activities available!!! PAMA is a place to explore, discover and connect to culture and heritage. Art Gallery and Museum exhibitions, hands-on activities for families, workshops and talks. Located in the historic Peel County Courthouse and Jail built in 1867,PAMA is a place to spark your interest and creativity.   » More

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