Toronto Museums

Hockey Hall of Fame

Hockey Hall of Fame

The Hockey Hall of Fame holds the largest collection of hockey memorabilia in the world. It has 15 exhibit areas covering 57,000 square feet (5,300 m2). It houses the greatest prize in hockey, the Stanley Cup.

Royal Ontario Museum

Royal Ontario Museum

The Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) is Canada?s largest museum of world culture and natural history and the fifth largest museum in North America. It contains more than 6 million items and over 40 galleries.

Art Gallery of Ontario

Art Gallery of Ontario

Art Gallery of Ontario is one of the largest art museums in North America, with a physical facility of 583,000 square feet. It contains more than 5,000 works in 110 galleries.

Ontario Science Centre

Ontario Science Centre

The Ontario Science Centre (OSC) is a science museum that has attracted over 40 million visitors since it?s opening in September 1969. The science centre has hundreds of science exhibits for you to enjoy.

Fort York

Fort York

Built in 1793, Fort York National Historic Site is the birthplace of urban Toronto. It is best known as the location where the Battle of York came to its violent climax in 1813 during the War of 1812.

Spadina Museum

Spadina Museum

From a Victorian country estate to a city mansion, the Spadina House also known as the Spadina Museum: Historic House & Gardens has housed three generations of the wealthy Toronto Austin family.

MZTV Museum of Television

MZTV Museum of Television

The MZTV Museum of Television is home to the world?s most comprehensive collection of television receivers and related memorabilia, and offers 10,000 objects to scholars, students and the general public

Colborne Lodge

Colborne Lodge

Colborne Lodge was built by City Surveyor John George Howard to house himself and his wife Jemima Frances Meikle back in 1837. The house was built on top of a hill overlooking Lake Ontario.

Mackenzie House

Mackenzie House

The Mackenzie House was the last home of William Lyon Mackenzie, Toronto?s first ever mayor and the leader of the 1837 Upper Canada Rebellion. Some believe the house to be haunted by Mackenzie’s ghost.

Montgomery’s Inn

Montgomery’s Inn

Montgomery?s Inn is a historical building that was built in 1832 by Thomas Montgomery, who was a Irish immigrant, farmer and inn-keeper. The building was constructed in a Georgian style with later additions.

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