- Enjoy a jaw-dropping collection of over 13,000 shoe artifacts on display at the Bata Shoe Museum
- Marvel at the scale of one of the biggest shoe museums in the world
- Showcasing 4,500 years of footwear history, the museum offers an enjoyable time for everyone
- You can also see the shoes that Elton John, Dalai Lama, and Marilyn Monroe wore!
Explore a wide variety of beautifully designed exhibitions and experience 4 innovative gallery space at the Bata Shoe Museum. The famous shoe brand, Sonya Bata, has gathered a variety of shoes ranging from those that date back to 2500 years ago to modern-day shoes. From the entrance, the design resembling a shoebox will catch your attention. Once you enter, you will be able to see the shoes displayed by different themes. Plus, you can find a fascinating collection of limited edition shoes of famous brands.
Here you will not only learn the history of shoes but there are also a lot of unique shoes on display. It will make your trip to the museum even more interesting to see shoes from high-heeled shoes of Elton John, the rustic slippers of Dalai Lama, Marilyn Monroe's high heels, Queen Victoria's shoes, and many more.
Admire one of the world's largest and most impressive footwear collections.
Discover limited edition shoes made by world-famous brands.
Trace the 4,500 years of footwear history as well as the social history that surrounds it.
Learn about different shoes from different religions, regions, and themes.
Learn all there is to know about shoes, from the Depression Era footwear to glittering footwear and traditional Arctic footwear.
- Admission ticket to the Bata Shoe Museum
- Special exhibition
- Once confirmed, the voucher will be sent to your email or mobile app.
- Please present the mobile or printed voucher to the ticket box.
- This voucher is valid only on the scheduled visit date.
Bata Shoe Museum
327 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON M5S 1W7 Canada
Please find the location on Google Maps
Opening Hours :
10:00 am - 17:00 pm
On Sundays, it opens at 12:00 pm.
- Your reservation is not complete until you have received a confirmation voucher.
- Your reserved time does not reflect the time you are required to enter. You may visit anytime during the opening hours.
- On Sundays, the museum opens at 12:00 pm. Please check before you visit.