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Since opening in 1978, Artworld Fine Art has expanded along with Toronto's art scene, expanding into a 7,200 square-foot open-concept space that allows paintings and sculpture to be displayed around performance art such as dance, music, and literature readings. Gallery Director Donna Child??who has headed the space since 1995??and her team represent more than 30 local and international artists.

In addition to displaying art, Artworld also helps clients take care of their own, offering restoration, cleaning, appraisals, and custom framing. Not surprisingly, their framing materials are museum quality, including acid-free matting and UV-protective glass that prevents 99% of glare.

365 Evans Avenue
Toronto,
ON
CA

The Hockey Hall of Fame chronicles the achievements of the sport’s greatest players. Located in Toronto, Ontario you’d be hard pressed to find a dedicated hockey fan who wouldn’t jump at the opportunity to pay them a visit. Established in 1943, the Hockey Hall of Fame is a treasure-trove of ice-hockey memorabilia. Notable items on display here include a host of NHL trophies, the Stanley Cup, and gear of some of the most prolific players in history. The Hall of Fame also recently started featuring cheerful interactive exhibits that allow children and adults alike to experience the excitement of hockey through both sight and sound.

30 Yonge St Bce Pl
Toronto,
ON
CA