Museum Results

Sort by: Name | Distance
Display:12 | 25 | 50
< Back | Page 5 of 6 | Next >
F'd Up! September 26 - November 9, 2013, Art Gallery of Mississauga. Photo by Janick Laurent.

Art Gallery of Mississauga - Mississauga

The Art Gallery of Mississauga (AGM) is a public, not-for-profit art gallery located in the Mississauga Civic Centre right on Celebration Square across from Square One Mall. The...

Art Museum / Gallery | Community Museum

Multicultural History Society of Ontario - Toronto

The Multicultural History Society of Ontario (MHSO) is a not-for-profit educational institution and heritage centre established in 1976 by Professor Robert F. Harney and some of...

Heritage Service Organization

Toronto's First Post Office - Toronto

Operated by the Town of York Historical Society, Toronto's First Post Office is a museum, National Historic Site, and an authorized full-service dealer for Canada Post.Erected...

Historic Building | Community Museum

MZTV Museum of Television - Toronto

Dedicated to preserving the technological history of the television receiver, this museum has a specialized collection of British and North American TV receivers and related items...

Specialized Collection | Science and Technology Museum

Gallery Arcturus - Toronto

Visit eight exhibit spaces over four floors in a heritage building, as well as art visible from Gerrard Street, including from our sidewalk benches.This not-for-profit...

Art Museum / Gallery | Historic Building

MOCA Toronto - Toronto

MOCA Toronto reopened in its new home in the Junction Triangle on September 22, 2018. Under the leadership of Kathleen Bartels, MOCA Toronto is a place of conversation, exchange...

Art Museum / Gallery

Shevchenko Museum

Shevchenko Museum - Toronto

The Shevchenko Museum was founded by the Association of United Ukrainian Canadians in 1952, for the purpose of popularizing the life and work of the Bard of Ukraine, and the...

Art Museum / Gallery | Ethnically Specific Museum

Mackenzie House - Toronto

This restored 1857 townhouse was the final home of William Lyon Mackenzie, Toronto's first mayor and leader of the 1837 Rebellion. The site features a recreated 19th-century...

Community Museum | Historic Building

Campbell House Museum - Toronto

Built in 1822, this historic house was the home of William Campbell, sixth Chief Justice of Upper Canada and his wife, Hannah. Saved by the Advocates' Society from demolition...

Historic Building | Art Museum / Gallery

Toronto Railway Museum

Toronto Railway Museum - Toronto

The Toronto Railway Museum is dedicated to preserving the physical legacy, history and experience of rail transportation in Toronto and Ontario. The museum encompasses...

Railway Museum | Historic Building

King Township Museum - King City

The King Township Museum; operated by the Township of King through Parks, Recreation and Culture Department is a place to preserve, interpret and discover this history of King...

Community Museum | Historic Building

Sort by: Name | Distance
Display:12 | 25 | 50
< Back | Page 5 of 6 | Next >