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Arts on King

#82 of 84 Museums in Toronto
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Address: 169 King St E | (at Jarvis St.), Toronto, Ontario M5A 1J4, Canada
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Beautiful handicrafts, sculpture and furniture are just a few of the items...

Beautiful handicrafts, sculpture and furniture are just a few of the items one can find at this unusual gallery.

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