Gardiner Museum

111 Queens Park, Toronto, ON M5S 2C7 111 Queens Park, Toronto Directions
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Report | 2 months ago
Great little gem of a museum
Report | 2 months ago
Give yourself lots of time to take it all in.
Report | 3 months ago
Great place to visit and enjoy the intimate setting of the collection.
Report | 6 months ago
Worthwhile experience, historically and otherwise but would not go unless had discount coupon.
Report | 6 months ago
We enjoyed lunch in the restaurant in the museum, the food was very good. We also were impressed with their gift shop.
Report | 6 months ago
Good museum, nice exhibions. But it would be perfect if the admission fee could be around only $10 compared to the size.
Report | 7 months ago
Wait for an exhibit.
Report | 11 months ago
The third floor was closed when we visited but the first and the second floor are great, full of very interesting artifacts. The museum shop is also very nice, worth a visit when you are planning to get a special gift for someone.
Report | 11 months ago
Plenty of parking available during the weekend at U of T, on the streets to the west, or north of Bloor. Free ceramic painting lessons and material included with admission, but adults prefer the 2-hour fee-based drop-in pottery class downstairs.
Report | 11 months ago
Go to the 2pm free guided tour! Wonderful visit!
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When George Gardiner began collecting ceramics in 1976, he was only interested in decorating his home. But soon his passion for pottery and porcelain grew, and, rather than build a second home entirely from teapots, he co-founded the Gardiner Museum in 1984 with his wife, Helen. Today, the museum's collection has ballooned to include more than 3,000 pieces, encompassing everything from Japanese sake pots and Canadian ceramic sculptures to Italian Renaissance maiolica plates.

Objects from the core collection share space in the museum with special exhibitions. One of these is the annual 12 Trees of Christmas, a display of holiday trees. The museum supplements its showings with events such as lectures and ceramics-inspired meals, as well as clay classes for budding adult and child ceramicists. Visitors can even take home pieces from the Gardiner Shop, which sells Canadian ceramics, as well as international jewelry, scarves, and glasswork.

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