There are some interesting artifacts and collections from all over the world in the museum. The displays were very good and the maintenance of the collection was done well. Especially the Moon art gallery is a special category!
Now it’s really popular to date in museums. You can show your knowledge reserves, or you can explore this unknown space together at your own pace, and take a few photos to show your love.
[Attraction Guide] This net celebrity takes pictures and punches in #Aga Khan Museum. The Aga Khan Museum is in Toronto, not far from the highway exit. The off-white geometric design buildings are particularly impressive. Highlights: The gray brick walls of the museum are very suitable for the simple style that is popular nowadays. You only need to wear your favorite and beautiful clothes to make a blockbuster. Whether it is a blue sky, white clouds or a cloudy sky, men and women can also shoot different tastes. Because the place is relatively empty and the weather in Toronto is prone to windy, it seems that there are props to help take dynamic photos. The Aga Khan Museum is the private property of Prince Shah Karim Al Husseini, the leader of the Ismaili sect of Islam. The collections in the museum cover Islamic art, Iranian art and Muslim culture. The official website also sees the time and cost of different exhibitions. The open space outside the museum is also quite large, and the garden + grass + trees are also good [Meng Meng Da R] photo spots. If you come to the library just to be closed or are not interested in seeing it, taking beautiful photos is also a reward. Tips: There are not many parking spaces in the museum. If you just want to take pictures, find some non-busy hours. Ticket price: subject to official website
The Aga Khan Museum, a window to appreciate Islamic culture in Toronto, opened in 2014. There are many wooden products in the museum. The beautiful white ceiling reflects soft lights on the delicate wooden chairs. The lighting and sound system is the most advanced. The architectural concept embodies the beautiful integration of the past and the future, showing the epitome of diversity. This is an absolutely stunning museum. Everything here perfectly presents well-planned ideas. From the gallery to the details of the building, to the first-class cafe with exquisite espresso and Arabic pastries. Even a tea restaurant needs to have such a high compulsory standard. It can be seen that the designers' requirements were high at that time. The exhibits here reflect the traces of Islamic culture everywhere. This is their roots and the basis for their pride. There are also many related artworks on display there, including textiles, ancient books, portraits, pottery, manuscripts, etc. The Aga Khan Museum provides an amazing gift for Toronto. It also brought North American people a window to understand another culture. We also visited a performance by an orchestra called Roads of Andalusia. Musical instruments include African drums, bass drums, guitars, clarinet, cello, piano, etc. There is also Andalusian tap dancing. This kind of ensemble produces such beautiful music, the effect is shocking. After the performance, the whole hall burst into applause, and was immersed in the atmosphere just now for a long time. Tips: 1. Opening hours: Tuesday: 10:00 am to 6:00 pm; Wednesday: 10:00 am to 8:00 pm; Thursday to Sunday: 10:00 am to 6:00 pm. 2. Parking The parking lot is 10 dollars for one day.