Now that Toronto has started to reopen its attractions, some of the city’s most famous spots are offering free admission.
Yes, you read that correctly. Free admission. You will now have the opportunity to experience the city, without even pulling out your wallet.
Here is a list of the city’s attractions that are… free.
The Gardiner Museum is offering free admission every weekend, all summer long.
“We don’t want financial strain or a lack of available childcare options to prevent our publics from taking advantage of what we have to offer. We feel that it’s our responsibility to give back during this time to the communities that have supported and sustained us,” said Kelvin Browne, Executive Director and CEO.
Go visit their permanent collection of pottery, porcelain and contemporary ceramics this weekend.
As a thank you to the front line, the AGO is offering free admission to Ontario’s essential services workers until August 16.
The AGO offers free admission to all visitors 25 and under. On Wednesdays, anyone can get in for free from 6 to 9 pm.
The gallery is currently featuring “Illusions: The Art of Magic” and “Diane Arbus: Photographs, 1956-1971.”
Aga Khan is celebrating the reopening of the museum by offering Pay What You Can Admission until July 26. After that, regular admission will be 50% off from July 28 to September 7. Friends admission is also free.
You can also now visit the museum from home, virtually.
The ROM offers free admission to members and children under three years old. They also offer complimentary admission to the “Daphne Cockwell Gallery dedicated to First peoples art & culture.”
There is also complementary and discounted admission to Canadian Military personnel and Veterans. Wednesdays are free for post-secondary students. Indigenous people and attendants supporting persons with disabilities also receive free admission.
Even if your favourite attraction isn’t on the list, try something new and explore.