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Entry to all 10 Toronto History Museums is now permanently free for everyone. Please plan your museum visit. Some exhibitions and events may carry a charge where noted.

Pride Month

Enjoy this video, Gait by choreographer Kunal Ranchod and performed by dancers and collaborators Adrián Ramírez and Alexi Skinner. This work explores the trajectory of a racialized, queer man as he comes to terms with the act of disguising himself. It was commissioned by Toronto History Museums and inspired by a round table discussion with racialized, 2SLGBTQ+ public servants. Learn more about Pride Month.


From now to July, enjoy new performances created by artists from the 2021 Awakenings Artist Mentorship program. Under the guidance of Weyni Mengesha, Mentor and Artistic Director at Soulpepper Theatre Company, young artists have created powerful and playful works born of resistance, resilience and a call for a revolution of love and healing. Members of the public can experience in-person (in small groups). Learn more and book your free ticket.

Awakenings is 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 engage with online.

Explore an unseen view. Awaken a new perspective. Join the conversation. Learn more below and view the full program on YouTube.

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Enjoy free general admission and guided tours at various Toronto History Museums.

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