The Canadian Textile Museum, located at 55 Central Ave in Toronto, Ontario, is a collection, exhibition and documentation Museum of the Canadian textile industry. It was established in 1975. It has a permanent exhibition, which contains more than 12,000 textiles from around the world and covers the history of the textile industry for 2,000 years. The exhibits include fabrics, ceremonial fabrics, clothing, carpets, etc. Quilts and related cultural relics. The museum not only displays contemporary works of art and hand-painted cultural relics related to history and ethnology, but also holds lectures, discussions, lectures, music and dance performances.
The Canadian Textile Museum is also a rare Museum in Canada. There are very few people in it and there are many kinds of fabrics.
Because of working relationship, I came here to visit specially.
A unique thematic museum with a large collection of textiles from all over the world.
Museum exhibits are rich in content, with many textile industrial products, recording a long history and culture.