If you’re craving some culture on a tight budget then it looks like the City of Toronto has your hookup. Admission to nine of the city’s historic museums will be free until November 30.
The museums open for free admission include Colborne Lodge, Gibson House Museum, Fort York National Historic Site, Mackenzie House, Market Gallery, Montgomery’s Inn, Todmorden Mills, Scarborough Museum, and Spadina Museum. The city is waving admission as part of a promotion with Mackenzie Investments.
— TorontoHistoricSites (@TOhistoricsites) October 24, 2017
“I would like to thank Mackenzie Investments for providing this unique opportunity for the public to experience Toronto’s history,” Mayor John Tory said in a statement. “This generous donation will help residents and visitors learn about and engage with the city’s past at our historic sites. It is another example of how partnerships can help enhance Toronto’s programs and help us build a better city.”
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