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the four seasons centre for the Performing Arts, or admire the intricate ceramic sculptures, spectacular stage production,
The Gardiner Museum celebrates the art of ceramics. Check out their adult classes (usually sold out).
The Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art. Jewel-box museum located across the street from The Royal Ontario Museum. If you like ceramics & history this is a must visit.
Ceramics museum and gallery. They have affordable drop in pottery classes (around $15 on top of admission) if you want to test out the wheel!
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“It’s fitting that a museum devoted to shoes would be located in Yorkville, Toronto’s fashion-forward shopping mecca. Bata Shoe Museum focuses on footwear from around the world and throughout time. Four exhibits are on display at any given time, one of which is fairly permanent and covers a general overview on the history of shoes for the past 4500 years, including Chinese silk shoes for bound feet and a huge collection of Native American and Arctic footwear. Among their celebrity shoes, you’ll find the Dalai Lama’s flip flops, Marilyn Monroe’s high heels, and Elton John’s platforms. The museum is open every day of the year, except Christmas and Good Friday. Admission is $14, except on Thursday evenings when it’s “pay what you can,” with a suggested donation of $5.”
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“This is southern Canada's only museum devoted exclusively to art made by Inuit nations.”
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“Fantastic dinosaurs and much more. Easy to get to from Adelaide St take the University subway (from the King car) to Bloor St”
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“Even the cheap seats ensure a fantastic listening experience in this venue. Besides the usual chamber music and symphonies, there are also opera and modern artists featured. ”
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