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With plenty of hands-on and interactive exhibits–from dinosaurs to ancient Egypt to gems and minerals–history comes to life at this world-class museum, right in the heart of Toronto.
While you’re in the neighbourhood, check out the Gardiner Museum for ceramics and the quirky Bata Shoe Museum, both just minutes away.
Address: 21 Avenue Of The Islands (Centreville Theme Park) Hours: Hours and ferry schedules vary by month; check the Toronto Islands and Centreville Theme Park websites for up-to-date information.
Tickets: Ferry tickets to the Toronto Islands can be purchased in-person or online.
Highlights: Don’t miss the AGO’s collection of Canadian artwork that captures the spirit of our vast, great nation through stunning Group of Seven landscapes – like the majestic Lake and Mountains by the great Lawren Harris.From the vast body of Group of Seven and signature Canadian works, to the African art gallery, to cutting-edge contemporary works and masterpieces of European art, the AGO offers an incredible experience with each visit.In 2008, an innovative architectural expansion by world-renowned architect Frank Gehry resulted in one of the most critically-acclaimed architectural achievements in the world.Featuring the most elaborate collection of hockey memorabilia and gear from across the globe, as well as interactive games, multimedia stations and exhibits on the game’s greatest players, there’s something for everyone at the Hockey Hall of Fame.Be sure to visit one of the most coveted prizes in professional sports, the Stanley Cup. Address: 30 Yonge Street Hours: Summer hours are Monday to Saturday AM to PM, Sunday AM to PM Tickets: You can buy your tickets in-person or online at the Hockey Hall of Fame website.