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Textile Museum of Canada

55 Centre Ave, Toronto, Ontario M5G 2H5, Canada
+1 416-599-5321
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I discovered the existence of this little museum almost by accident. I don't think it engages in... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
great little museum

The current exhibit (until Sept.4, 2017) on the Huichol yarn paintings from western Mexico is... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
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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.
  • Excellent28%
  • Very good42%
  • Average16%
  • Poor8%
  • Terrible6%
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55 Centre Ave, Toronto, Ontario M5G 2H5, Canada
+1 416-599-5321
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Reviewed 5 days ago

I discovered the existence of this little museum almost by accident. I don't think it engages in much advertising. It's a bit off the beaten path, and is located on a three floors of what seems to be an apartment building. From their website, I...More

Thank Introvertica
Reviewed 1 week ago

The current exhibit (until Sept.4, 2017) on the Huichol yarn paintings from western Mexico is fascinating. The other current exhibit (until January 21, 2018) is on Japanese textiles, with beautiful kimonos. There is a nice gift shop.

Thank RobTor
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

I was fascinated with so much involved in the textile art and design. What a fantastic field. Textile industry, fashion, creativity and design can influence, rebel and contribute so much to the culture and its representation! I am very glad I visited it. You should...More

Thank ViaCestari
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Two floors of textile goodness, and an amazing little shop. One floor was closed prepping for the next big exhibit. So they gave us tickets to get in again free another time.

Thank wubbuwu
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

I really wanted this to be great, but it's hard to say it was even good. One floor was closed for setting up another display. The attendant offered us return tickets rather than a reduced rate, which may be their policy, but considering I live...More

Thank MicWM
Reviewed 3 June 2017 via mobile

Best to check their website to confirm the exhibit before making the trek to see it. Although the concept is interesting, the most recent exhibit of mainly photographs of hand stitching samplers from Nova Scotia in the early 1900's was not what I expected from...More

Thank sunnyrga
Reviewed 11 February 2017

We saw one small visiting exhibit with very few textiles in it, an exhibit of children's work from the YMCA, and the main exhibition space was closed. Oh and the permanent collection... is in a secret warehouse somewhere. Deeply disappointed, and not advised at the...More

Thank Jane L
Reviewed 23 January 2017 via mobile

If you value art even just a little bit, you can appreciate this quaint museum. It has a bit of history, and culture nestled in one location.

Thank Jordan A
Reviewed 4 January 2017

The museum is modest in size, spread over three floors of a compact building. If you are expecting standard textile displays, you're about to have your mind opened. We went to see the Sheila Hicks exhibit. Brilliant! I have to admit that the last time...More

Thank Roger K
Reviewed 21 December 2016

This is definitely not the Louvre - so moderate expectations- but I had an enjoying visit. I came in without any knowledge of textiles and their role in art, but it didn't really matter. In particular, the Sheila Hicks exhibit was fantastic. The place is...More

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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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Go to their website for details ... I'm sure there are!