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With a collection of more than 90,000 works of art, the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) is among the largest and most distinguished art museums in North America. An international landmark, the AGO is also one of Canada’s most innovative cultural...more
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Very good exhibit but you need to travel to Belgium to see his real large works. If you're a local buy the annual pass so you can see other exhibits during the year. special exhibits like early Ruebens free with annual pass.
you can spend a couple of hours on a bad weather day indoors. Don't expect anything like Europe in terms of quality and size, ot's Canada and our history and art's life is much smaller. Good exhibitions, displays and areas to explore some worldwide and...More
Fantastic large collection of early Rubens paintings. Amazing exhibit. Free with yearly membership. Time tickets. Easy to book online. Parking around AGO is scarce unless you arrive early, right after 10AM when the street parking is allowed. Gallery opens at 10:30 am. Easy access by...More
Toronto's main museum of fine arts. They have some interesting special editions, a great Henry Moore collection, as well as significant collections of indigenous and Canadian art. Would do well do pay more attention to the colonialism of Canadian art. Free for patrons under 25....More
A trip to the AGO used to be the suffiest of the stuffy art gallery experience - no more! I can now recommend it to visitors and locals alike. There are more admission options (including a very reasonable yearly pass), much more diverse collections on...More
At the heart of Toronto, Downtown is the destination for cheap eats and fast fashion. Cut through by hip and trendy Yonge Street, the vibe here is young, with a strong student influence from the Ryerson University Campus. As a result, the Downtown area is always in flux: undergoing the construction of new facilities, with fresh retail spaces and pop-up cafes. Home to Toronto's largest indoor shopping mall, a number of
vintage cinemas, and a healthy nightlife centered on the area's Distillery District bar and clubs near the East End, it's both an easygoing daytime spot and a popular party place after sunset. It also features some of Toronto's best outdoor landmarks, including Yonge-Dundas Square and the Nathan Phillips Square: perfect for a concert, a skate, or a relaxing sit-down.