"The Pottery Museum in the heart of Toronto, near the Metro Station, adjacent to the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM), is a permanent exhibit of the East and West, full of ceramics developments, contemporary and modern special exhibitions, small shops in the ground floor, local pottery artists' works, and dining facilities on the top floor." The basement is used for teaching in the studio. On Friday, the public can make an appointment to attend the pottery experience class held in the afternoon.
The Gardener Pottery Museum is located opposite the Royal Ontario Museum. There is a pottery with two legs at the door, which is very eye-catching. When I went, the poster at the door was an exhibition of Ai Weiwei’s work, but there was no introspection.
The Gardiner Museum is located directly opposite the Royal Ontario Museum and near the Ontario Parliament building, with a legged pottery on the doorway, quite interesting design
The ceramic art museum, permanent exhibitions are mainly American ceramics in Mexico and Venezuela, European 15-19 century ceramic art, ceramics in China, Japan and other countries, and some interesting short-term exhibitions. There are ceramic studios on the bottom. Located at the exit of the Toronto Metro Museum Station, a must for pottery lovers.
The Gadina Pottery Museum is the only museum in Canada that exhibits ceramics, which displays European pottery from the 15th to 18th centuries and pottery from ancient civilizations － Mayan civilizations, which are properly placed in special exhibition areas. The original and quaint style can give people a little understanding of the characteristics of that time, the Japanese Guyiwanli works can also be seen here, the unique red will definitely make you impressed.