What better time to check out the Bloor Street Culture Corridor. It’s one of several neighbourhoods in TORONTO with a healthy concentration of arts and arts-related venues and institutions. (Some others would be the St. Lawrence Market area; West Queen West; University of Toronto; and Yorkville)
Members of the Bloor Street Culture Corridor are the Japan Foundation; Gardiner Ceramics Museum; Royal Ontario Museum; Royal Conservatory of Music; Koerner Concert Hall; the Bata Shoe Museum; Istituto Italiano di Cultura; Miles Nadal Jewish Community Centre; Alliance Française de Toronto; Native Canadian Centre of Toronto; University of Toronto Faculty of Music; Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra and Chamber Choir; The Toronto Consort and the Bloor Hot Docs Cinema.
And when you’ve had enough ‘culture’ Bloor Street West and its environs offer a variety of other attractions – food, drink, fine parks, architecture, sidewalk entertainment, and several blocks of intense shopping.
For more info on the Bloor Culture Corridor – http://www.bloorstculturecorridor.com