Gardiner Museum listed in “10 Best Museums in Toronto” – Condé Nast Traveler
by Sandra Ramani
Gardiner Museum: Considered one of the city’s hidden gems, this intimate museum is one of the few dedicated solely to the ceramic arts. The space was first opened in 1984 to house the private collection of George and Helen Gardiner, then was later expanded between 2004 and 2006 by KPMB Architects, who turned it into an award-winning building that now ranks among Toronto’s most beautiful. One of the non-collection highlights is the third-floor terrace, with one of the best viewpoints in the entire city.