Royal Ontario Museum

Royal Ontario Museum

100 Queens Park, Toronto, ON M5S 2C6

Call: (416) 586-8000

The accessible Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) is Canada’s largest museum and attracts over 1 million visitors a year. With more than 6 million items in its 40 galleries, the museum's diverse collection of world culture and natural history has definitely made an impact on the international art scene.

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Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema

Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema

506 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON M5S 1Y3

The 2017 Canadian International Documentary Festival starts this week on April 27th and runs until May 7th. The festival will showcase 230 films from a record 58 countries! One of the cinemas where there will be a variety of screenings is the Annex-favourite Hoc Docs Ted Rogers Cinema. If you can’t make it to one of the screenings during the festival, the cinema showcases documentaries all year round!

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The Theatre Centre

The Theatre Centre

1115 Queen Street W, Toronto, ON M6J 3T4

Last month, we stopped by this iconic building, which first opened it’s doors in 1909 as a Carnegie Library, to check out the Theatre Centre Café/Bar. And now we're back again, because since taking over the building 2 years ago, the Theatre Centre team has further transformed this Queen Street landmark into an inclusive community live-arts hub!  

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Ontario Science Centre

Ontario Science Centre

770 Don Mills Rd, Toronto, ON M3C 1T3

Many people will already think of the Ontario Science Centre as a family-friendly facility with fun for all ages, but over time the space has also evolved into a model of accessibility. Just in time for the new year, the Science Centre is in the process of reviewing their own accessibility, and welcomed AccessTO in to have a poke around.

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Design Exchange - Exhibition Hall

Design Exchange - Exhibition Hall

234 Bay Street, Toronto, ON M5K 1B2

Housed in the former Toronto Stock Exchange, Design Exchange is a not-for-profit museum dedicated to the pursuit of design excellence and the preservation of design heritage. Building on the Art Deco splendour of the space, Design Exchange hosts a variety of exhibitions within its large, and accessible, Exhibition Hall. 

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Evergreen Brick Works

Evergreen Brick Works

550 Bayview Ave, Toronto, ON M4W 3X8

Lauded as one of Canada’s top geotourism destinations, Evergreen Brick Works, a former brick quarry, has been transformed over the years to provide environmental and educational benefits to the community. The natural beauty of the wetlands combined with the incredible wildflower meadows make it site for the whole family to enjoy. The Brick Works also hosts a Farmer’s Market every weekend and a garden market open daily for those of us who want to indulge our green thumb!

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The Toronto Botanical Gardens & Edward Gardens

The Toronto Botanical Gardens & Edward Gardens

755 Lawrence Ave E, Toronto, ON M3C 1P2

The Toronto Botanical Gardens and Edwards Gardens are located at the southwest corner of Leslie St and Lawrence Ave. East. Most of you might know it as the location where you, or even your parents, took their wedding photos as the lush gardens have been open for over 50 years!

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