City of Toronto Historic Sites is a collection of City-owned and operated heritage properties that aim to engage the public in telling Toronto's story.
Arts and Culture
It was 50 years ago this summer when the Beatles played Toronto for the last time. To mark this milestone anniversary, Museums & Heritage Services is collaborating with curators, musicians, community partners and sponsors to create '60s-themed exhibits and events throughout the city.
Visit www.toronto.ca/beatles50 for details
A gift to each new Canadian citizen during their first year of citizenship, the Cultural Access Pass provides complimentary admission to more than 1,000 of Canada's cultural treasures, 25 of which are in Toronto. Visit the Cultural Access Pass program for more information.
The Toronto Historic Museums participate in Toronto Public Library's Sun Life Financial Museum + Arts Pass program. With a valid adult library card, you can borrow a family pass good for any Toronto Historic Museum, at any of Toronto Public Library's 99 branches. Visit the Toronto Public Library for more information.