Museum of Contemporary Art Toronto Canada
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Fascinating art exhibits housed in a renovated aluminum factory. The first floor is free to explore.
Our newly-reopened MOCA boasts multiple floors of contemporary art programming. The space is ticketed, but in a beautiful old building that has recently been converted from an old automotive plant. The nearby neighbourhood is interesting - a mix of industrial buildings, artist studios, wood shops,…
Recently moved into this heritage industrial building (an old Bell building), MOCA spreads its contemporary art among the multiple floors. Grab a bite to eat at nearby Drake Commisary, a drink at Henderson's brewery, and a book from Anasi press to complete the afternoon.
Toronto's newest museum. Sterling road has lots of cute shops and the Drake Commissary restaurant as well.
Just a 20 minute walk from here - you will find interesting contemporary art exhibitions from Canadian and International artists.