Plan Your Visit
As part of the City’s COVID-19 response, all City-operated museums are closed until further notice.
Staying connected to each other during these challenging times is more important now, than ever. Stories have the power to build connections when they are inclusive of all voices.
This Black History Month, we hope you will engage with Toronto’s many stories through the Awakenings program, a series of art projects created within Toronto History Museums by Black, Indigenous and artists of colour, operating under the principles of anti-oppression, anti-colonialism, and anti-racism. All available for you to experience online. New content below has now launched, including music, film and journeys of the effects of racism on physical and mental health.
Explore an unseen view. Awaken a new perspective. Join the conversation. Learn more below and view the full program on YouTube.
Awaken your senses with Kitchen Concerts at the Inn, Chapter I: Freedom Heights (A Song for Joshua Glover), a song of revolution, empowerment and resistance. It features musicians Emanuel, Jully Black, Kardinal Offishall, Savannah Ré and Susan Carol with digital streaming platform proceeds being donated to NIA Centre for the Arts.
Take an online survey to share your feedback on the Awakenings program.