This offbeat museum is devoted to shoes and footwear, and contains Napoleon Bonaparte's socks, and footwear from cultures all over the world

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Bata Shoe Museum, Toronto

This offbeat museum is devoted to shoes and footwear, and contains Napoleon Bonaparte's socks, and footwear from cultures all over the world.

This offbeat museum is devoted to shoes and footwear, and contains Napoleon Bonaparte's socks, and footwear from cultures all over the world. One of Toronto's more unusual attractions, the Bata Shoe Museum tells the story of footwear through the ages. Much more interesting that it sounds, the building is worth a look if only to check out its unique deconstructivist architecture, meant to resemble an opening shoe box.


Hours

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12:00

17:00

Mon

10:00

17:00

Tue

10:00

17:00

Wed

10:00

17:00

Thu

10:00

17:00

Fri

10:00

17:00

Sat

10:00

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About Bata Shoe Museum

 327 Bloor Street West, Toronto, ON, Canada

 +1 416-979-7799

 www.batashoemuseum.ca

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