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Frequently Asked Questions
Where can I attend Myseum events?

You can experience Myseum programming year-round throughout the GTA, online, and in the Myseum space at 401 Richmond.

What does it cost to visit Myseum?

All Myseum events, exhibitions, tours, workshops, and more are free.

When is Myseum open?

The Myseum space at 401 Richmond is open from Wednesday to Saturday, 12-6pm.

However, our website is open 24/7 for you to explore our many online exhibits and stories, and our videos about the history of Toronto can always be found on our TikTok and Instagram Reels.

Where is the Myseum space located?

We are located inside 401 Richmond, a restored heritage-designated industrial building turned arts-and-culture hub in downtown Toronto.

401 Richmond Street West
Studio LL01
Toronto, ON M5V 3A8

What’s the easiest way to get to the Myseum space?

Entrance: The Myseum space is located just through the entrance on the north-east corner of the 401 Richmond building, nearest to the intersection of Richmond St W and Peter St. If you enter through the west entrance nearest to Spadina Ave, follow the arrows that lead to Myseum of Toronto (or to the Spacing Store or Swipe Design, as our space is right next to theirs).

By public transit: 401 Richmond can be accessed by TTC by taking the 510 Spadina streetcar from Spadina subway station or Union Station, or the 501 Queen streetcar.

By car: There is no visitor parking onsite, but there are a number of parking lots in the immediate area.

By bike: The building is easily accessed via the Adelaide bike lane running east, or the Richmond bike lane running west. There are bike racks at both entrances of the building.

Is Myseum accessible?

The Myseum space is accessible to wheelchairs, mobility aids and devices, and strollers.

Support persons and service animals are more than welcome to accompany visitors in our space. There are ramps and automatic doors at each entrance to 401 Richmond, and there are accessible washrooms and an elevator located in the building. Large print exhibition text is available in our space. We strive to offer accessible programs online and outside of our space as well. Learn more.

How can I contact Myseum?

You can reach out to us by email or phone.

Email: info@myseumoftoronto.com
Phone number: 416-583-2030

Where can I find Myseum online?

Website: https://museumoftoronto.com
Instagram: @myseumoftoronto
TikTok: @myseumoftoronto
Facebook: Myseum of Toronto
Twitter: @MyseumOfToronto
LinkedIn: Myseum of Toronto
YouTube: Myseum of Toronto

Can I become a member of Myseum?

We do not have a membership program, but you can sign up to our newsletter to be the first to hear about everything we’re up to, and there are many ways to get involved and support Myseum!

How can I get involved and/or support Myseum?

By supporting Myseum, you are directly impacting the arts in your community—our community. In short, you are the “my” in Myseum, and you can support Myseum in many different ways:

By donating: As we continue to do our best to create meaningful programs and tell impactful stories, a gift of any size allows us to further our mission of presenting diverse perspectives of our city and helps to keep our programming free. Donate to Myseum.

By volunteering: Whether you’re a newcomer, student, or simply looking to support diverse public programming, volunteering at Myseum is a great way to get hands-on experience in Toronto arts and culture. As a volunteer, you’ll play an integral role in realizing Myseum’s vision of showcasing diverse perspectives of Toronto’s past, present, and future. Learn new skills, meet new people, and participate in innovative events driven by collaboration and co-creation. Volunteer with Myseum.

By showing up and staying in touch: Visit our exhibitions, attend our events, and participate in our programs! Subscribe to our newsletter to stay up to date with all our most important news, stories, and upcoming programs.

Myseum is made possible with the generous support of Diane Blake and Stephen Smith.