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Gardiner Museum

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Welcome


Executive Director & CEO Kelvin Browne in the Gardiner's clay studios. Photo by Micah Donovan.

The Gardiner Museum is Canada’s national ceramics museum, and one of the world’s great specialty museums.  We are committed to making a contribution to the medium we celebrate, as well as the community we serve.

We strive to be an inviting destination that inspires and connects people, art and ideas through clay.

If you are planning to visit the Gardiner, please look at our calendar of events to make the most of it.  Take in our exhibitions as well as our permanent collection galleries.  Enjoy a delicious lunch or dinner at the Gardiner Bistro by à la carte Kitchen Inc. or stop by the Gardiner Shop recognized as one of the best museum shops in Toronto.

All of our exhibitions, programs and events are detailed on our web site, and you can view our growing permanent collection on-line. For a deeper connection with clay, plan to participate in one of our drop- in open clay studio classes or register for a hands-on clay class with a professional potter.


Come see us today.

Executive Director & CEO

PS  The Gardiner Museum now offers guided tours daily at 2 pm that are free with admission.


About the Gardiner Museum

The Gardiner Museum is an inviting destination that inspires and connects people, art and ideas through clay, one of the world’s oldest art forms. Year‐round the Museum mounts special exhibitions, events, lectures and clay classes to complement its permanent collection.

The Museum also features a bistro that serves delicious local fare prepared by à la Carte Kitchen Inc., and the Gardiner Shop, which specializes in artist‐designed, artist‐made merchandise.

Please use this website to discover more about the Museum and its experiences.

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