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Visit Toronto’s museums for free

Submitted by on May 8, 2009 – 8:44 amNo Comment

Photo ©Carolyn B. HellerIf you’re new to Toronto (or even if you’ve lived there for a while), here’s a rea­son to get your­self a library card right away.

The Sun Life Financial Museum and Arts Pass (MAP) enables library card­hold­ers to explore a vari­ety of Toronto’s arts and cul­tural attrac­tions — free!

Just show your valid (adult) Toronto Public Library card at your local branch library, and you can bor­row a MAP for your family.

The free passes are good for a range of attrac­tions, includ­ing the Art Gallery of Ontario, the Bata Shoe Museum, the Ontario Science Centre, and sev­eral others.

Now that’s a deal! Get the details from your near­est branch of the Toronto Public Library.

Photo ©Carolyn B. Heller

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