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  • Toronto: Bata Shoe Museum Entrance Ticket

    1. 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 fo...

    Super collection of amazing types of shoes and the stories telling how footwear has evolved from the beginning of time! Perfect time to go since not alot of tourists in TO yet. Easy subway right around the corner. Only thing that should be improved is lighting in "decades" exhibits. Dark and hard to see them!

  • Art Gallery of Ontario: Skip-the-Ticket-Line Admission

    2. Art Gallery of Ontario: Skip-the-Ticket-Line Admission

    Fully accessible and conveniently located in downtown Toronto, the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) is one of the most important art museums in North America. The AGO Collection features more than 100,000 great works of art, from cutting-edge contemporary works to classic European masterpieces. Always on display are iconic paintings by the well-known Group of Seven, as well as other Canadian artists. Explore amazing art by established and emerging Indigenous, Inuit and Métis artists. See sculptures, photographs, prints and drawings, and so much more, on display in the beautiful Gallery building. Explore the building itself, which is a work of art, with design details created by world-renowned architect Frank Gehry.

    Fantastic gallery. Just be aware that your GYG vouchers need to be exchanged for tickets, so you still have to get in line.

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What people are saying about Toronto

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 53 reviews

The Bata Shoe Museum is a great experience for Mom and Daughter's Day. You can combine the pass with the Textile and the Gardiner Museum if you wish, for a better deal. The visit was smooth and pleasant, the organizers gave enough time in between visits , so it is easy to keep social distance. Considering Canada as an official bilingual country, I was expecting the info and descriptions to be also in French not only in English. You can admire different piece of shoes' art in multiple colors, materials and learn a lot about history and countries' traditions. Due to the pandemic all the activities inside the Museum have been suspended, but visit was still enjoyable!

I wish I could live in AGO! Buy the annual pass if you live in Toronto

It was so great that if I lived in Toronto, I would have bought the annual pass to go there every single weekend, gaze at one piece of art for a full day, and come back next week for another one. If you are artsy, I highly recommend you plan at least half a day there. I went there 12 to 6, and my friends dragged me out of the gallery for dinner but I went back after dinner cause there was still a few rooms that I needed to explore. Next time, I plan to be there for a full day to be able to enjoy more guided tours, as you'll learn/enjoy much more when an expert explains tells the story behind the art.

Everything’s was great....except the Google buy a ticket function was Incompatible with AGOs ticket system. So it saved no time since you had to get in line with the folks who didn’t purchase tickets in advance.

Fantastic gallery. Just be aware that your GYG vouchers need to be exchanged for tickets, so you still have to get in line.

Too good !!!

The exhibits are really nicely placed And the ambience is great