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The Bata Shoe Museum

If you like shoes, you'll love this museum devoted entirely to footwear; see shoes from various cultures and all parts of the world, from ancient times to the present. Fancy shoes and basic ones, boots and sandals, they are all in the Raymond Moriyama building, located north of the University of Toronto campus. You can view more than 10,000 pairs in all. Celebrity shoes include Queen Victoria's ballroom slippers, Elvis's blue patent loafers and Karen Kain's ballet pointes.

St. Michael's Cathedral Basilica

With its traditional Neo-Gothic style, exquisite stained glass windows and impressive steeples and spires, St. Michael's Catholic Cathedral resonates as one of Toronto's architectural and spiritual landmarks. St. Michael's Catholic Cathedral is also well-known for its choirs, junior and senior, which perform at various services on Sunday morning. Extremely active in the community, the church has a strong Catholic Women's League and opens its doors for weekly Alcoholics Anonymous meetings.

The Cathedral Church of St James

St James Park, with its 19th-century garden and splendid fountain, is the setting for this cathedral, Toronto's first Anglican Church. The Cathedral Church of St James you see today, which opened in 1853, is actually the third on the site - the first two were destroyed by fires in 1839 and 1849 respectively. Designed by architect Fredrich Cumberland, the present church includes the tallest steeple in Canada and an elaborate interior with a solid marble choir stall and stained glass windows.

Toronto Dominion Gallery of Inuit Art

The Toronto Dominion Bank has been collecting artwork from Canada's Inuit people from the Arctic region since the mid-1960s. That collection has grown considerably over time and is now housed in its own gallery in the Aetna Tower of the Toronto Dominion Centre, which opened in 1987. The permanent collection now consists of hundreds of pieces, encompassing artistic styles from all over Canada's vast Arctic territory. There are an estimated 10,000 visitors each year and admission is free.

Toronto Music Garden

Conceived by popular cellist Yo-Yo Ma and other visionaries like Niv Fichman, Julie Moir Messervy and James Fleck, the Toronto Music Garden is a reproduction of "Bach's 'Suite No. 1" in G Major for unaccompanied cello, "BWV 1007" upon a scenic landscape by the harbor. The garden has been designed and segregated in various sections corresponding to the various parts and dance moves in Bach's composition. These themed sections are named as Prelude, Allemande, Courante, Sarabande, Minuets and Gigue and have been manicured according to the movement of the suite. This tranquil park is an ideal place to sit back, relax and contemplate. There's an amphitheater, a circular pavilion and other spaces that are best suited for informal performances, poetry readings, live concerts and various other artistic activities.

Ryerson Image Centre

A part of Ryerson University, the Ryerson Image Centre is an excellent photographic gallery as well as a research and education center. The center conducts major research in photography and hosts various workshops, exhibitions, lectures and discussions. This state-of-the-art gallery is open to works of any photographer, be it a budding student photographer or a professional artist. Apart from hosting temporary exhibitions, the gallery is home to a vast archival collection of close to 300,000 prints in photojournalism and fine art. Walk in here to discover learn about various aspects of photography.

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