This institution dedicated to Canada's national pastime is packed with hockey ephemera. Even visitors have to pay tribute to Canada's hockey greats—it's practically a law in this ice-obsessed nation. Visit the permanent home of the Stanley Cup, face off against famed players in the Shoot Out simulation and check out the unrivalled collection of jerseys and other relics in the massive Tissot World of Hockey Zone.
Toronto is a hotspot for great food, culture and lots of fun. It’s full of great attractions, an innovative snack scene, and a whole load of creativity, and our experts at Time Out have been combing through its cultural scene to find the best of the best. And it turns out, it’s not just the museums you’ve heard of that make Toronto great.
There are a ton of more niche exhibitions, museums and galleries to get stuck into – you just need to know where to look. We’re talking about ceramics museums, textile museums, and museums solely dedicated to shoes. Museums that look like royal castles, and ones that look like huge sculptures themselves. But don’t just trust us, take a look for yourselves. Here are the best museums in Toronto.