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Ten of Toronto is being presented at Myseum starting February 8th. In this exhibition, we reflect on our shared histories by looking at the forces that have shaped the city’s neighbourhoods: geography, economy, immigration, finance, urban development, culture, inequality, and social values. Join us, steal away, and stay awhile. We invite you to discover your own path through the stories and histories we’ve unearthed for this exhibit, and lend your voice – what do neighborhoods mean to you?

James family and neighbours in front of houses


All Myseum programming is free thanks to the generous support of our donours. If you wish to make a donation, you can do so here.

To visit an exhibition in our space, drop in during opening hours (noted below). No tickets or registration necessary.

For details about our programs and exhibitions, please visit our program pages.


SUNDAY: Closed
MONDAY: Closed
WEDNESDAY: 12pm-6pm
THURSDAY: 12pm-6pm
FRIDAY: 12pm-6pm
SATURDAY: 12pm-6pm


401 Richmond Street West
Studio LL01
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
M5V 3A8

Note: Please enter through the north-east entrance closest to Peter St.


Myseum is located just through the entrance on the north-east corner of 401 Richmond, nearest to the intersection of Richmond St W and Peter St. If you enter through the north-west entrance nearest to Spadina Ave, follow the arrows that lead to Myseum of Toronto to find us (or the arrows that lead to the Spacing Store or Swipe Design, as our space is right next to theirs).

By public transit:
401 Richmond can be accessed by TTC by taking the 510 Spadina streetcar from Spadina subway station or Union Station, or the 501 Queen streetcar.

By car:
There is no visitor parking onsite, but there are a number of parking lots in the immediate area.
Please note that Richmond Street runs one way going west.

By bike:
The building is easily accessed via the Adelaide bike lane running east, or the Richmond bike lane running west. There are bike racks at both entrances to the building.


The north-east entrance nearest to the intersection of Richmond St W and Peter St is at street-level. There is an automatic door and a ramp right as you enter that leads down to the floor level. Myseum is located immediately to the left of the ramp.
The west entrance nearest to Spadina Ave has a short flight of stairs and an exterior ramp that lead to the door. We do not recommend entering the building to visit Myseum through this entrance, as we are located one floor below and across the building from this entrance.

Inside the building:
There is one passenger elevator located in the middle of the building.
There is a fully accessible washroom located on the fourth floor close to the commons and the rooftop doors. There are washrooms on the lower level where Myseum is located, but none that are accessible. There is a gender inclusive washroom on the first floor across from Open Studio (104); this washroom does not meet all accessibility standards (no handrails or automatic doors), but it is significantly larger than other stall washrooms in the building.

In the Myseum space:
Myseum is accessible to wheelchairs, mobility aids and devices, and strollers. There are no stairs inside the Myseum space. Support persons and service animals are more than welcome to accompany visitors.
Large print exhibition text is available in the exhibition space.

If you have any questions or concerns, please email us at [email protected]


Myseum is operating at normal capacity limits within our space. We highly encourage visitors to wear masks in the Myseum space and throughout the 401 Richmond building, as well as to respect social distancing guidelines.


Share you thoughts, ideas or questions with us anytime at [email protected] or give us a call at 416-583-2030.


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Myseum is made possible with the generous support of Diane Blake and Stephen Smith.

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