Museums and Art Galleries

Toronto Museums and Art Galleries


  • Royal Ontario Museum
    The Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) celebrated its 100th birthday in 2014, and is the largest natural history museum in Canada. The ROM features more than 6 million objects, dozens of exhibits dedicated to world cultures and natural history, public education programs, remarkable architecture, hands-on galleries, and interesting traveling exhibitions.
    Located across the street from Park Hyatt Toronto

  • Gardiner Museum
    The Gardiner Museum is one the world’s most unique specialty museums. Dedicated wholly to the art of ceramics, the Gardiner explores the ancient art form through the history of civilization to its contemporary importance.
    Located across the street from Park Hyatt Toronto

  • Bata Shoe Museum
    Step into the Bata Shoe Museum for a walk through 4000 years of shoe history. Exhibits tell the stories of civilization and human society through the soles of their feet.
    Located 5 min. away by foot from Park Hyatt Toronto


  • Art Gallery of Ontario
    Designed by renowned architect Freank Gehry, The Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) houses a collection of more than 80,000 objects of art. Distinct exhibitions including photography, prints and drawings, modern and contemporary art, European paintings and sculpture, and Canadian, African and Oceanic collections. AGO is one of the largest art museums in North America.


  • Ontario Science Centre
    Experiment with the worlds of science and technology at the Ontario Science Centre. Fascinating for all ages, the Ontario Science Centre offers hands-on exhibits, mind-bending discovery, IMAX theatre, and special engagements.

  • Design Exchange
    Housed in the historic Stock Exchange building in downtown Toronto, the Design Exchange is dedicated to the art of design across myriad disciplines from fashion and architecture to furniture and graphic arts.

  • McMichael Canadian Art Collection
    In the City of Vaughan, 40km north of downtown, the McMichael showcases only Canadian artists with a focus on the famous Group of 7. The McMichael is situated on 100 acres of wooded conservation land overlooking the Humber River Valley.

  • Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art
    Contemplate global and social issues and themes through artists’ interpretations at the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art.


  • Aga Khan Museum
    Gain unique insights and perspectives into Islamic civilizations, and the artistic, intellectual, and scientific heritage of Muslim civilizations across the centuries from the Iberian Peninsula to China.


  • University of Toronto Art Centre
    Located on the University of Toronto campus, the Art Centre supports the academic mission of the University by mounting curatorially driven, thematic, long-running, museum-style exhibitions.

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