As part of the City’s COVID-19 response, all City-operated museums are closed until further notice. Select museums are offering tours and CampTO programs. Stay up-to-date on all changes to City services.

Online Tickets & Booking

To help maintain the health and safety of everyone at Toronto History Museums, visitors are asked to reserve timed-entry tickets online for tours in advance. Timed-entry ticketing is in place to manage capacity based on location and experience.

Visitors without a ticket will only be admitted if space is available. The purchase of an online ticket for a future time slot, using a mobile device, will be required. Please have a ticket (hard-copy or digital version) ready for check-in and arrive on time. If late, visitors may be required to wait until a future time slot becomes available.

HistoricTO interior and outdoor tour options vary per site. Please visit “Admission & Hours” section under the individual site you are visiting. Outdoor tours will take place outdoors, rain or shine. In the event of extreme weather conditions, the outdoor tours will be suspended or cancelled. Access to exhibitions at the Market Gallery and Todmorden Mills Gallery exhibitions do not require timed tickets.

Book tickets online

Self-guided Neighbourhood Tours

Learn about the past, present and future of the neighbourhoods surrounding Toronto History Museums with self-guided tours.

Explore Self-guided Neighbourhood Tours

Amenities

Public washroom access varies per site so please visit “Admission & Hours” section under the individual site you are visiting.

The Fort York gift shop in the Canteen is open but other museum gift shops are closed at this time. Shop online at toronto.ca/museumshop.

COVID-19 Health & Safety Measures

Toronto History Museums continue to adhere to health and safety guidelines to keep visitors safe. Following Toronto Public Health COVID-19 Guidance for Cultural and Heritage Institutions and Attractions, the measures were implemented to ensure the safety of visitors and staff. Visitors are asked to follow health and safety guidelines during their visit. Active screening, contact tracing, masking and physical distancing are in place to provide a safe museum experience for our guests and staff.

If you have any questions or require an accommodation due to a pre-existing health condition or other reasons protected by the Ontario Human Rights Code, please contact the Toronto History Museums site that you are planning to visit.