New Toronto Museum Pass offers significant savings at seven cultural institutions

TORONTO, Oct 23, 2023 — Destination Toronto today launched its first all-in-one Toronto Museum Pass with admission to seven iconic museums including Aga Khan Museum, Bata Shoe Museum, Gardiner Museum, Little Canada, Ontario Science Centre, Royal Ontario Museum and Textile Museum of Canada. 

The Toronto Museum Pass is available as one- or three-day options, allowing visitors to pick the pass that best suits their travel plans. Prices range from $45 to $85 and can offer up to 70 percent in savings, with additional discounts for seniors and children under twelve. 

“With seven museums on a single pass, it’s the easiest way to discover local and global stories from the present day back to the ancient and prehistoric,” said Andrew Weir, EVP at Destination Toronto. “Toronto’s cultural attractions are at the heart of the Toronto experience for many visitors and residents, and the Toronto Museum Pass makes it easier to go deeper and explore more.”  

The Toronto Museum Pass is delivered directly to users’ phones once purchased, and must be used within 90 days of purchase. The pass is activated with first use at a participating business, expiring 24-hours and 72-hours after first redemption, depending on the pass purchased. The pass is flexible, allowing visitors to spend as much, or as little, time at each attraction as they please. 

To learn more about the Toronto Museum Pass, please visit

@destinationtoronto One pass, seven museums 🎉 ⁣⁣Introducing the Toronto Museum Pass. Explore up to seven of Toronto’s Museums with a 1-day or 3-day option pass and up to 45% savings.⁣ 🎫 1-day, $45 ⁣🎫 3-day, $85⁣⁣ 👀 @agakhanmuseumtoronto ⁣ 👠 @batashoemuseum ⁣ 🏛️ @gardinermuseum ⁣ 🏙️ @littlecanada ⁣ 🔬 Ontario Science Centre 🦖 @romtoronto ⁣🧵 @textilemuseumofcanada ♬ original sound - Destination Toronto

About Destination Toronto

Toronto’s visitor economy is a vital economic engine for the city, generating more than $10 billion in economic activity and supporting 70,000 jobs in 2019. Destination Toronto’s mandate is to reflect the breadth and diversity of Toronto’s people, places and culture to inspire residents and visitors to meet, visit and explore our city. Operating in partnership with the City of Toronto, the Greater Toronto Hotel Association and the Ontario Ministry of Heritage, Sport, Tourism and Culture Industries, Destination Toronto markets and promotes the city to locals and visitors, attracts and supports major meetings and events, and supports local businesses to maximize the opportunities of visitor spending. For more information, please visit


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Destination Toronto – Communications Coordinator 
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