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Bata Shoe Museum

A unique Toronto museum showcasing an extensive collection of footwear covering centuries of history from cultures around the world.

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One of Toronto’s more unique museums is the Bata Shoe Museum, which chronicles the anthropological, cultural and aesthetic history of shoes. A visit won’t take more than two hours, but it’s worth it to see ancient and ultra-modern footwear from various cultures, all housed in a building shaped like a shoebox with wonderfully creative window displays facing the street. If you feel like saving some cash, visit on Thursday after 5 p.m., when the entire museum is pay-what-you-can. 

mfraiman 2 years ago

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