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Wed, Mar 16



Bata Museum

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Bata Museum
Bata Museum

Time & Location

Mar 16, 2022, 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Toronto, 327 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON M5S 1W7, Canada


About The Event

A trip to the Bata Shoe Museum

Date: March 16th, 2022

Tickets: Purchase online through the website and let sister Sana Khalid know that you are coming. Her number is: 647-739-6025

Purchase the 10:00 am ticket, since the workshop Sana is attending is from 10-11.

Special pricing during the week ~ $8 per child; $8 per accompanying adult.

Be sure to purchase tickets in advance.

Buy Tickets: Museum Admission - The Bata Shoe Museum - Toronto - Mar 16, 2022 | Showpass

“Ready, Set.. Go Sporty at the BSM”

March Break at the BSM will run from Monday, March 14th to Saturday, March 19th (10am to 4pm each day).

Activities for kids aged four to 14.  Activities include:

  • Create a Skate
  • Colour Sneaker Keychain Activity
  • Make your own sports themed bookmark
  • Try on Shoes
  • Flip for your flipper craft
  • Make your own fli  p flop/slider
  • Mini –putt
  • Make your own footprint at the BSM
  • Coloring
  • I Spy – win a prize!

About the Museum:

Discover the treasures of North America’s inspiring, charming and surprising shoe museum.

Located in Toronto, the Bata Shoe Museum (BSM) regularly displays over a thousand shoes and related artefacts, chosen from a collection of almost 14,000 objects, in architect Raymond Moriyama’s iconic, award-winning building. The BSM celebrates the style, development and function of footwear across four impressive galleries, with displays ranging from Chinese bound-foot shoes and ancient Egyptian sandals to chestnut-crushing clogs and glamorous platforms. Over 4,500 years of history are reflected in our permanent exhibition, All About Shoes while our three other galleries feature changing exhibitions.

Over the course of this year we will continuing to present The Great Divide: Footwear in the Age of Enlightenment and our newest exhibit, All Dolled Up: Fashioning Cultural Expectations explores how dolls and the clothes they wear have historically promoted complex cultural ideas about gender, body image, social status and fashion consumption in the West and how these ideas are being challenged today.

Please Note the following Covid-19 guidelines outlined by the Province of Ontario

A facemask must be worn during your visit to the Museum as outlined in the

City of Toronto By-law 541-020

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