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Art Gallery of Ontario

Critics' choice
Art, Museums

The AGO is staying open despite the fact that it's having its insides ripped out and transformed in a Frank Gehry-designed makeover. Specific galleries and...

317 Dundas Street W
Major venue

Bata Shoe Museum

Critics' choice
Museums

A playful take on a shoe box, Raymond Moriyama's oddly shaped building houses everything from native slippers to celebrity footwear (from Marilyn Monroe's...

327 Bloor Street W

Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art

Critics' choice
Art, Museums

The first specialist museum of ceramic art in North America. Following a $15-million revamp, the Gardiner now boasts three new galleries, a glass-covered...

111 Queen's Park

Hockey Hall of Fame

Critics' choice
Museums, Sport, health & fitness

A tribute to Canada's national game, this sports shrine features more than 5,110 sq m (50,000 sq ft) of games, displays and memorabilia, including Olympic...

BCE Place

Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art (MOCCA)

Critics' choice
Art, Museums

After years in the hinterland, the arrival of MOCCA on West Queen West serves to reinforce the street cred of the arts movement on Queen. Exhibits in the...

952 Queen Street W

Ontario Science Centre

Critics' choice
Museums

The multi-level centre houses 800 or so science exhibits, plus Toronto's only planetarium and an Omnimax movie theatre. The OSC opened in 1969, and some...

770 Don Mills Road
Major venue

Royal Ontario Museum

Critics' choice
Museums

Designed by Daniel Libeskind, the architect behind Berlin's Jewish Museum and Manchester's Imperial War Museum North, the glass-and-steel structure is,...

100 Queen's Park
Major venue

Steam Whistle Brewery

Critics' choice
Attractions, Museums

Of the many microbreweries in Toronto, the Steam Whistle gets top marks for location, sandwiched between the ACC and the CN Tower in a railway roundhouse...

255 Bremner Boulevard