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Toronto Museums and Historical Sites

Plenty to see in Toronto. What's your favourite? Below is a list of Toronto Museums

 Royal Ontario Museum  

The ROM, located at the corner of Bloor St and Queen's Park Ave, is Canada's largest museum. Its exhibits and galleries explore the visual arts, archaeology, the life sciences and natural history.
Admission price ranges from (children) to (adults).
The main building is open from 10am - 6pm Mon to Sat; till 8pm Tues; 11am-6pm on Sun. The museum is closed Dec. 25 & Jan 1.
Tel: 416 586-8000 Address: 100 Queen's Park Toronto ON M5S 2C6

 Markham Museum & Historic Village  

Exhibits of horse-drawn vehicles, railway cars, pioneer homes are just some of the attractions which cover 25 acres.
Tel: 1 905 294-4576 Fax: 1 905 294-4590 Directions: W side of Hwy 48, 2 km N of Hwy 7 Address: 9350 Hwy 48 Markham ON L3P 3J3

 Hockey Hall of Fame  

The hall of fame for the National Hockey League is located in BCE Place downtown Toronto. See over 100 years of hockey history. The Hockey hall of fame has lots of fun interactive games to play and is the resting place for the leagues major trophies and awards, including the Stanley Cup!
Tel: 416-360-7735 , Address: 30 Yonge St. At Front St. W. Toronto, Ontario M5E 1X8 Canada


 Fort York  

Founded in 1793 by Lt.-Governor John Graves Simcoe to construct and guard his new capital, the fort is the birthplace of modern Toronto.
Admission: Adults - ., Seniors & Students - .25, Children (12 and under) - .
Tel: 416-392-6907, Address: 100 Garrison Road, Toronto, ON. M5V 3K9.


Elegant house with one of Toronto's finest restored Victorian and Edwardian gardens, located on six acres of parkland.
Admission: Adults: .00, Seniors/Youths: .50, Children 12 and under: .00,
Tel: 416-392-6910, Address: 285 Spadina Rd. M5R 2V5

 MZTV Museum  

A Museum dedicated to the history of television.
Tel: (416) 599-7339 , Address: ChumCity Building, 277 Queen St W, Toronto, ON

 Colborne Lodge  

This rare Regency picturesque villa is a graceful monument to the couple who founded Toronto's largest park.
Admission: Adults - .50, Seniors & Students - .75, Children (12 and under) - .50 .
Tel: 416-392-6916, Address: South end of High Park on Colborne Lodge Drive, north of The Queensway.

 Mackenzie House  

Mackenzie House is the restored family home of William Lyon Mackenzie - leader of the famed 1837 Upper Canada Rebellion and the first mayor of the City of Toronto.
Admission: Adults - .50, Seniors & Students - .75, Children (12 and under) - .50,
Tel: 416-392-6915 , Address: 82 Bond Street, Toronto, ON M5B 1X2

 Montgomery's Inn  

Now restored as a living history museum to the 1847-50 period, the inn's costumed historical interpreters create the feeling of being at the inn long ago.
Admission: Adults: .00, Seniors/Youths: .00 . Children: 12 and under .00
Tel: 416-394-8113 , Address: 4709 Dundas Street West, Toronto, ON. M (at Islington Avenue) M9A 1A9

 Scarborough Historical Museum  

Nestled in the beautiful grounds of Thomson Memorial Park, the Scarborough Historical Museum tells the story of Scarborough's first settlers and the lives they made upon their arrival.
Admission: Wed - Fri.: Adults: .50, Seniors/Youths: .50/ Children: .00 Summer Weekends - Pay as you wish.
Directions: in Thomson Memorial Park on the east side of Brimley, just north of Lawrence Avenue
Tel: 416-338-8807 , Address: 1007 Brimley Road, M1P 3E8

 Todmorden Mills  

Set in the scenic Don River Valley, Todmorden Mills Museum tells the story of early industry in Toronto, it's role in the city's development, and the cultural impact of the city's growth on the natural environment.
Admission: Adults .00 Adults 60 plus/Students .25, Children 6 to 12 .50, Children 5 & under Free.
Directions: east of the Bayview Ave Extension, just west of Broadview Ave
Tel: 416-396-2819 , Address: 67 Pottery Road

 The Gibson House Museum  

Guided tours of the 1851 restored home of David Gibson, local politician and land surveyor. Activities reflect daily farm life as it was in the mid-nineteenth century.
Directions: Just N of Mel Lastman Square, the Ford Theatre & North York Centre subway stop.
Tel: 416 395-7432 Fax:416 395-7442, Address: 5172 Yonge St Toronto (North York) ON M2N 5P6


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