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Textile Museum of Canada, Toronto

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TripAdvisor
  • 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 ...  more »
  • 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...  more »
  • 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.  more »
Google
  • A great little museum. I went for the Prayer Rugs temporary exhibition a few years ago, and it was great. They encourage you to touch and feel the fabrics. They also have a loom that you can try it, which is a lot of fun.
  • Exhibits were well presented but would be more exciting to include more exhibits as some spaces were not optimally used (empty walls).
  • A little expensive for the size, but I applaud their education and workshop efforts
  • I would not recommend this museum for the average person. You have to love textiles to appreciate it.
  • Excellent and small museum, just around the corner from City Hall. Great programming