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Textiles As Art Forms

The day we went to the Textile Museum of Canada there was a very interesting display. The format... read more

Reviewed October 2, 2012
Sherwood Park, Alberta, Canada

Great items and exhibits. This is a lesser known museum, and it's never crowded which is a great... read more

Reviewed September 17, 2012
Cherry P
Toronto, Canada
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The only museum of its kind in the country, featuring exhibits of beautiful clothing, carpets, quilts and ceremonial objects from around the world.
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Reviewed October 2, 2012

The day we went to the Textile Museum of Canada there was a very interesting display. The format was supposed to show the diversity of textile in art forms and the connections between art and fabric. There were a couple of displays that I didn't...More

Thank cocodrile
Reviewed October 1, 2012

I enjoyed by visit, but found the collection (or what was on display) small, especially in comparison to the entrance fee, which I found to be rather large.

Thank greenjulie
Reviewed September 17, 2012

Great items and exhibits. This is a lesser known museum, and it's never crowded which is a great bonus. I would not recommend this for kids.

Thank Cherry P
Reviewed September 13, 2012

After a walk in Queen's Park we were slightly close to this little museum and on Wednesday it was Pay what You can and we chose to visit it to occupy our time. It was somehow interesting and they have some activities regarding all sorts...More

Thank Kyralina05
Reviewed June 12, 2012

The textile museum is off the beaten track -- small with always a new exhibit. They display historical textiles (rugs, quilts for example) regularly with lots of appealing educational information. It has one of the best gift shops with local artist textiles, children's gifts, clothing,...More

Thank NJfromCanada
Reviewed April 23, 2012

I make a point to visit this museum every time I go to Toronto. This time the exhibit was made up of garments created of African Fabric for a fundraiser for the Steven Lewis Foundation (for Aids). The Canadian Designers created marvellous, innovative, sometimes downright...More

1  Thank Llynrimsa
Reviewed April 17, 2012

I enjoy coming here, some of the special exhibits have been more interesting and better curated than shows at the AGO. It's not huge and overwhelming, i find it perfect for short break. When I want a quiet, relaxing museum experience this is the place...More

1  Thank J O
Reviewed December 13, 2011

from my experience this museum is the worst museum in the city! i don't know what is the purpose of it..and why its a museum at all..its just rooms with full of illogical crap! which suppose to be crafty or called an art,but its not!...More

1  Thank stacey m
Reviewed December 5, 2011

This is quite a small museum. It has a number of interesting aspects but is quite pricey for the entertainment value.

Thank FuzzyBeaver
Reviewed November 28, 2011

Unfortunately when we went the top floor was closed and the receptionist on the first floor didn't even know. The exhibits that we saw were a little run down, missing labels, etc. Thoroughly enjoyed some Christmas shopping in the gift shop.

Thank Wendy K
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At the heart of Toronto, Downtown is the destination
for cheap eats and fast fashion. Cut through by hip
and trendy Yonge Street, the vibe here is young, with
a strong student influence from the Ryerson University
Campus. As a result, the Downtown area is always in
flux: undergoing the construction of new facilities,
with fresh retail spaces and pop-up cafes. Home to
Toronto's largest indoor shopping mall, a number of
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