Discover Toronto’s extraordinary past
A unique series of walking tours exploring the stories and spaces that make up this ever-changing city.
SIDEWALK STORIES: LOVE STORIES OF THE HUMBER
Join us for a romantic stroll along the Humber River that recounts true stories of love and loss throughout the history of Toronto.
SIDEWALK STORIES: PUNK, CREED & CREE MÉTIS ON QUEEN WEST
Delve into the counterculture of Queen West in the 70s and 80s in this storytelling tour led by Cree Métis artists Rebecca and Kenny Baird.
SIDEWALK STORIES: OLD MEETS NEW
Explore over 150 years of unique architectural history in and around the University of Toronto’s St. George campus, one of the most remarkable architectural collections in Canada.
36 QUESTIONS THAT LEAD TO LOVING TO
An exhibition that invites Torontonians to fall in love with the city for the first time, or all over again.
MYSEUM OF TORONTO
Toronto’s museum without walls
Instead of asking people to come to one location to explore art, culture, and history, Myseum delivers free and accessible programs and exhibits to all corners of the city.
Your support is essential for Myseum to continue cultivating a greater appreciation for our city and the countless perspectives of its communities.
Sidewalk Stories: Love Stories of the Humber
02 Oct 2022
Sidewalk Stories: Punk, Creed & Cree Métis On Queen West
09 Oct 2022
Talks, panels, and workshops with a focus on strengthening the arts and cultural sectors in Toronto.