• Art Gallery of Ontario: Still fresh a few years after a top-to-bottom renovation—and reinvention—by Toronto-born Frank Gehry, The AGO is a wonder (the fabulous, circular, floating staircase is especially impressive). There's a lot to see here; the collection numbers more than 80,000 pieces and growing. Don't miss the Thomson Collection; central to the AGO, it spans 20 rooms and includes an unparalleled collection of great Canadian art.
  • Royal Ontario Museum: Good for the whole family, especially with the massive dinosaur collection and creepy bat cave, the impressive exhibits also include Chinese temple art, Roman statues, and Middle Eastern mosaics.
  • Ontario Science Centre: You don't have to be a tyke to appreciate the impressive interactive displays here that take in the realm of science disciplines, from biology to technology, and make them fun and interactive.
  • Stephen Bulger Gallery: If you're interested in fine-art photography, especially in the documentary tradition, this is the place to go in Toronto. The gallery displays Canadian and international photography, both by established artists and up-and-comers, from Ruth Orkin to Pete Doherty.

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