It’s the time when Toronto experienced increased immigration, the vote for women, the stock market crash, prohibition and the introduction of public health and welfare. It’s also the time of the Charleston craze, tabloid journalism, new technology and more. And it can all be seen, heard, felt and lived at Spadina Museum – Toronto’s only museum to represent the 1920s and 30s, a transformative period that dramatically changed the City.

To book a school trip to Spadina Museum, please contact the museum directly:

285 Spadina Road
spadina@toronto.ca
416-392-6910