Someone recommended this so we stopped here when we came to Toronto. It was really fun! Told the history of the change through shoes. I loved the exhibits during the Great Depression. Well worth the visit and easy access to the metro.
Admission TicketsFrom £8.88
The Canadian Footwear Museum is really new, and it is also one of the few museums in the world with the theme of shoe culture. The visit here is also quite interesting. Many shoes are very comfortable.
The Pata Shoes Museum is an interesting museum at the University of Toronto, with some strange shoes, including three-inch gold lotus embroidered shoes, the kind of shoes that our country used to wrap around, to learn about the history of shoes.
This museum is a curious museum with a wide variety of footwear on display, both from ancient times and from modern times, over a long time span.
The collection of shoes is over 10,000 pairs, with a wide variety of styles and a dazzling view
At the Bata Shoe Museum, there is a shoe on the door handle of the main entrance, 7 colorful crystal shoes (which Cinderella passed through?) hung over the lobby, and the shop name on the outer wall is stepped under high heels. Only the appearance of the museum is not like shoes, but like a huge shoe box.