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The Textile Museum of Canada Toronto

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The Textile Museum of Canada
55 Centre Avenue
Toronto
ON
M5G2H5
Tel: (416) 599-5321

Where are we going today?

Textile Museum of Canada is one of eight museums of its kind and the only museum in Canada solely dedicated to the collection, exhibition and documentation of textiles from around the world. The collection of more than 12,000 pieces represents over 200 countries and regions. See Canadian Tapestry discover Canada's cultural diversity through cloth.
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    toronto used to be one of the textile capitals of the world. how time has changed. worth the visit. textiles have a fascinating history.

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    We were disappointed with the overall impression and particularly Judy Chicago's collection theme. Some of the garment exhibits are interesting. Very friendly an helpful staff, but won't be recommending this to my friends.

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    Insightful historic exhibitions juxtaposed with contemporary textile artists. Best gift shop in the city!

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