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Toronto’s Most Diverse Arts And Culture District

Arts and culture organizations along Bloor St. West have come together in partnership to create the Bloor St. Culture Corridor, a uniquely Torontonian arts and culture district. Bloor St. Culture Corridor partner organizations present professional arts and culture, for the public, in a year-round destination venue, on or within a block of Bloor St., between Bathurst and Bay Streets.

The arts and culture destinations of the Bloor St. Culture Corridor offer a wide variety of accessible cultural experiences, including  museum experiences, films, concerts, art exhibitions, theatre performances, family events, classes and culture talks, and opportunities to experience some of Toronto's cultural diversity, including French, Jewish, Italian, Estonian, Japanese and Aboriginal arts and culture.

Torontonians and visitors to the city can easily take public transit to get to the Bloor St. Culture Corridor (there are 5 major subway stations along the Corridor), and walk from a museum to an afternoon art talk or exhibition, shop, have lunch or dinner, and enjoy an inspiring concert or film ‐‐ all within an easily walkable 1 mile / 1.5 kms. 

Each year, more than three million members of the public go to Bloor St. Culture Corridor exhibitions, performances, and events.

Bloor St. Culture Corridor Partner Destinations

Bloor St. Culture Corridor Associate Destinations

 

Download the free BloorSt.Culture Mobile App!

The BloorSt.Culture app provides access to special offers exclusive to app users, along with arts and culture events, a social feed, and options for shopping, eating, and hotels on the Corridor.

  

 

Connect with the Bloor St. Culture Corridor

Twitter: @bloorstculture @bloorstculture

 facebook.com/bloorstculturecorridor

 info@bloorstculturecorridor.com

 

Bloor St. Culture Corridor Neighbourhoods

The Annex is one of the busiest, hippest areas of town. This eclectic neighbourhood offers a blend of beautiful old homes, coffee shops, stores of all kinds, and many restaurants, bars and patios offering food and drink from around the world. Click here to go to the Bloor-Annex BIA web site.

Bloor-Yorkville is Toronto's most celebrated neighbourhood of style – home to the award winning Village of Yorkville Park, high fashion retailers including Louis Vuitton, Prada, Hermes, Gucci, Harry Rosen and Holt Renfrew, designer boutiques, luxury hotels, commercial galleries, spas & salons, cafes, and upscale restaurants. Click here to go to the Bloor-Yorkville BIA web site.