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Art Gallery of Ontario

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"Art Museum"
Ranked #17 in Toronto Can't Miss Attractions
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"Toronto must punch card | The Art Gallery of Ontario that can’t be seen at a time ‍❤️ Chinese name: Art Gallery of Ontario English name: Art Gallery Of Ontario Abbreviation: AGO recommendation index: The art museum is located in the center of Toronto, and is the 8th largest art museum in North America. Forty thousand pieces. The famous exhibits include a series of works by the British sculptor Henry Moore (occupying a large exhibition hall on the second floor), and there are often temporary special exhibitions by famous painters. Last year, I saw Rubens' painting exhibition, and this time I went to see the posters. There will be a Picasso Special Exhibition in June 2020. And the most attractive (especially girls)-infinity mirrors of Yayoi Kusama, Queen of Polka dots‼ ️Moreover, it is a fixed exhibition of the art museum, not a temporary exhibition with a time limit like New York. There is an orange spiral staircase in the central hall of the art museum. It is a net celebrity. The photo is very ins style, and it can be rotated from the staircase to five. On the first floor, you can see part of the cn tower on Sundays. There are free nude models in the lobby on the first floor for the public to copy from life (of course, it is forbidden to take pictures). Address: 317 Dundas Street West, Toronto, ON M5T 1G4 Strategy: Take the subway to St.Patrick station and get off and leave the station⏰Business hours: 10:00-17:30 (closed on Mondays, and extended to 20:30 on Wednesdays and Fridays) Tickets: free admission for children under 25 (the age is good Loose, but friends aged 18-25 must show their ID. After all, some people, especially foreign ministers, are too mature), 25 Canadian dollars for adults over 25, and free for local residents. Free admission every Wednesday night from 18 to 21. Estimated play time: 2-3 hours of useful tips1⃣️As long as 35 Canadian dollars, you can upgrade to Annual Pass (annual pass). For non-local residents, people over 25, who visit Toronto more than once a year, one visit costs 25 Canadian dollars, and two visits are worth the annual ticket price, but some special exhibitions may only be for museum members (You must have a member card) 2⃣️Photographing is allowed in the art gallery (flashing tripods are not acceptable❎), and some exhibits are marked with the words "No taking pictures". Visitors still need to follow the regulations. 3⃣️The mirror house of Yayoi Kusama is next to the cafe on the second floor. You need to make an appointment on the tablet at the entrance in advance. Choose the time slot in the English interface (40 people per time slot) and leave your mobile phone number (Chinese number is also available) ) And email address, and then calculate the time to go to the gate of the mirror house in advance to enter in line. It is recommended to avoid the peak and go early. I went there when the door opened on Friday morning, so there is no need to queue at all ✌"