Welcome! We’re glad you stopped by for some shoe-themed fun! With over 14,000 shoes in our collection, we have a lot of shoes (and other shoe-related items) to show you, one shoe at a time. Whether you decide to explore a new online exhibition, make a cool craft or listen to an amusing story, you can find it all below. And make sure to check back often – there’s always something new to see and learn!
Come paint a mini clog in our Arts and Crafts Zone. Learn about the history of our clog collection and get inspired to make your own! Every Saturday from 1-3pm, with artist/educator Angie Ma. Workshop is free with admission. No registration required.
Camp In A Shoebox
See our latest crafts and activities just for you!
Storytime with the BSM
Join us every Saturday on our Youtube channel where one of our staff members will read a new story!.
Colouring Sheets Colouring sheets for kids and adults! Share your creations by tagging us at @batashoemuseum or #BSMFromHome.
Check out these feature shoes from the hands-on collection.
Check out these fun activities to get your creativity flowing..
BSM programming events have been financially assisted by the Ontario Cultural Attractions Fund, a program of the Government of Ontario through the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport.
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The Bata Shoe Museum is located at 327 Bloor Street West, at the southwest corner of Bloor Street West and St. George.
From the St. George subway station (on both the Bloor-Danforth and the Yonge-University lines), exit onto St. George Street. Turn left (walk south) for about 30 seconds and you’ll be at the northeast corner of Bloor Street West and St. George Street. From there, cross the road twice to reach the southwest corner of the intersection, and you’re at the Museum!
From Highway 401
Take the Avenue Road exit and go south to Bloor Street. Turn right onto Bloor Street and continue west to St. George Street. OR take the Bathurst Street exit and go south to Bloor Street. Turn left onto Bloor Street and continue east to St. George Street.
From the Queen Elizabeth Way (QEW)
Get onto the Gardiner Expressway and exit at Spadina Avenue. Proceed north on Spadina to Bloor Street. Then turn right onto Bloor Street and go east on Bloor to St. George Street.
Street parking and paid parking lots within walking distance of the Museum may be available. Possibilities include:
The Toronto Parking Authority’s Carpark 58, the Bloor-Bedford Garage: 9 Bedford Road, north of Bloor Street West and two blocks east of the Museum.
The Toronto Parking Authority’s Carpark 205: 465 Huron Street, north of Bloor Street West and one block west of the Museum
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Counting down to the opening of our newest exhibition, The Great Divide: Footwear in the Age of Enlightenment. Do you have your tickets yet?