This category is for sites about local museums, including ones devoted to arts, sciences, history, and technology in the city of Toronto.
The Aga Khan Network houses collections of Islamic art and heritage, including artefacts from the private collections of H.H the Aga Khan. Located in Don Mills.
A year-round attraction in the former De Havilland building in Downsview Park. Provides information about aircraft on display, museum history and membership information.
The history of the Jews in the Canadian military and of their exploits and experiences dispels the myth that Jews have not contributed their share in the Canadian Armed Forces.
Southern Canada's public museum devoted exclusively to Inuit art and culture.
A museum collecting television sets and related memorabilia. Located in Liberty Village.
A centre offering interactive science fun, exhibits and games. Also, home of the OMNIMAX Theatre.
The ROM boasts state-of-the-art galleries and is renowned for loaning artifacts to other museums; aiding visiting scholars; hosting over a hundred thousand young students annually; aiding governmental and legal bodies and other institutions with expert opinion.
The only museum in Canada exclusively devoted to the collection, exhibition, and documentation of textiles from around the world.
Presents over 10,000 pairs of shoes from around the world and from the beginning of civilization. Samples from the collection are shown along with museum location, membership and tour information.
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