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Toronto: City Sightseeing Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour

Toronto: City Sightseeing Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour

Hop on and off open-top double-decker buses to explore the best of Toronto at your own pace. See all of Toronto’s top historic and contemporary attractions on board and hop on and off at any of the 16 stops.  During summer, the vehicles are mainly open-top double-deckers buses that afford you the best possible view of Toronto. During the late fall and winter, or when the weather happens to be cold or wet, enjoy a cozy, comfortable trolley instead. Although these vehicles aren’t open-top, they are loaded with wide windows and they’re a great way to see and photograph Toronto’s sights in style. Bus Stops: 1) Yonge-Dundas Square 2) Yonge & Wellesley 3) Yorkville 4) Royal Ontario Museum / Park Hyatt 5) Casa Loma 6) Spadina & Bloor 7) Bata Shoe Museum 8) Art Gallery of Ontario / Chinatown 9) Nathan Phillips Square 10) CN Tower North / MTCC 11) 123 Front Street 12) CN Tower South / Ripley's Aquarium 13) Radisson Blu / Harbourfront 14) Hockey Hall of Fame / Meridian Hall 15) St. Lawrence Market South Building 16) Distillery District

Toronto: Bata Shoe Museum Entrance Ticket

Toronto: Bata Shoe Museum Entrance Ticket

Marvel at a stunning collection of shoes from around the world with an entrance ticket to the Bata Shoe Museum in Toronto. Discover footwear of every description collected by the museum's founder, Sonja Bata. As one of Toronto's foremost cultural landmarks, and a world-renowned institution with a reputation for global excellence, the Bata Shoe Museum features one of the world's largest and most impressive footwear collections. Housed in a building shaped like a shoebox, to a design by the Canadian architect Raymond Moriyama, the museum welcomes you with its distinctive and spacious contemporary architecture filled with light. The museum collects, researches, preserves, and exhibits footwear from around the world. Explore the beautifully designed exhibitions and experience 4 innovative gallery spaces with rotating artifacts and shows. Take a fascinating journey through 4,500 years of footwear history in "All About Shoes."  2019 Exhibitions:  • Want: Desire, Design and Depression Era Footwear • The Gold Standard: Glittering Footwear from Around the Globe • Art and Innovation: Traditional Arctic Footwear from the Bata Shoe Museum Collection

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Our most recommended Bata Shoe Museum Wheelchair accessible

Toronto: City Sightseeing Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour

Toronto: City Sightseeing Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour

Hop on and off open-top double-decker buses to explore the best of Toronto at your own pace. See all of Toronto’s top historic and contemporary attractions on board and hop on and off at any of the 16 stops.  During summer, the vehicles are mainly open-top double-deckers buses that afford you the best possible view of Toronto. During the late fall and winter, or when the weather happens to be cold or wet, enjoy a cozy, comfortable trolley instead. Although these vehicles aren’t open-top, they are loaded with wide windows and they’re a great way to see and photograph Toronto’s sights in style. Bus Stops: 1) Yonge-Dundas Square 2) Yonge & Wellesley 3) Yorkville 4) Royal Ontario Museum / Park Hyatt 5) Casa Loma 6) Spadina & Bloor 7) Bata Shoe Museum 8) Art Gallery of Ontario / Chinatown 9) Nathan Phillips Square 10) CN Tower North / MTCC 11) 123 Front Street 12) CN Tower South / Ripley's Aquarium 13) Radisson Blu / Harbourfront 14) Hockey Hall of Fame / Meridian Hall 15) St. Lawrence Market South Building 16) Distillery District

Toronto: Bata Shoe Museum Entrance Ticket

Toronto: Bata Shoe Museum Entrance Ticket

Marvel at a stunning collection of shoes from around the world with an entrance ticket to the Bata Shoe Museum in Toronto. Discover footwear of every description collected by the museum's founder, Sonja Bata. As one of Toronto's foremost cultural landmarks, and a world-renowned institution with a reputation for global excellence, the Bata Shoe Museum features one of the world's largest and most impressive footwear collections. Housed in a building shaped like a shoebox, to a design by the Canadian architect Raymond Moriyama, the museum welcomes you with its distinctive and spacious contemporary architecture filled with light. The museum collects, researches, preserves, and exhibits footwear from around the world. Explore the beautifully designed exhibitions and experience 4 innovative gallery spaces with rotating artifacts and shows. Take a fascinating journey through 4,500 years of footwear history in "All About Shoes."  2019 Exhibitions:  • Want: Desire, Design and Depression Era Footwear • The Gold Standard: Glittering Footwear from Around the Globe • Art and Innovation: Traditional Arctic Footwear from the Bata Shoe Museum Collection

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4.7
(31 reviews)

I had such a great time here! The bottom floor with older historical artifacts was so informative. I was a bit surprised at the price and now that I've been there I'd happily pay more to go again. My only disappointing moment was not finding information in the storage of the full collection but I may have simply missed it. All in all a very interesting venue with gorgeous specimens and replicas. Well worth an hour or two of wandering.

My in-laws were visiting from out of town so took them on this tour. Overall enjoyable experience. Learned a lot of new information about my city that I didn’t know. Callum was a great tour guide!

The tour guide at 3:40pm to 5pm was very entertaining and knowledgeable about Toronto history. We really enjoy his funny personality, it made the tour fun.

Our guide was so good that we went on two tours of Toronto. We really enjoyed it. Generally speaking, it's always a good choice for exploring a city.

We really liked the competent guide, he was able to answer all of our questions and gave great tips about the city and current events.