Please Note:

Passes for some venues are available only through a limited number of library branches.

Photo courtesy of the Royal Ontario Museum

Sign out a Sun Life Financial MAP Pass with your adult library card and you and your family can get free admission to many Toronto museums and other cultural attractions.

MAP Family Saturdays
On Saturdays in May, October and November, Toronto's MAP attractions offer crafts, games, and activities at library branches across the city. Programs last an hour and are suitable for children ages 5-12 and their caregivers.

Aga Khan Museum
Explore the arts of Muslim civilizations through exhibitions, workshops, and live arts performances.

AGO - Art Gallery of Ontario
With a collection of more than 80,000 works of art, the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) is among the most distinguished
art museums in North America.

Bata Shoe Museum
An international collection of over 13,000 shoe-related artifacts from every corner of the globe.

Black Creek Pioneer Village
A tribute to the Toronto area's pioneering roots, take a trip back in time to 1860 and see what life was like.

Gardiner Museum
Among the few museums in the world focused on ceramics, with a permanent collection made up of approximately 4,000 objects.

Ontario Science Centre
Home to fascinating interactive experiences about science and technology.

ROM - Royal Ontario Museum
Choose from 30 galleries including gems and minerals, Canada's First Peoples, ancient cultures and textiles and fashion.

Textile Museum of Canada
TMC's permanent collection celebrates cultural diversity and includes fabrics, garments, carpets, beadwork and basketry.

Toronto History Museums
Explore how Torontonians lived in the past.

Toronto Zoo
The Toronto Zoo is one of the largest zoos in the world with over 700 acres and more than 5,000 animals representing 450 species.

Sun Life Financial MAP Performing Arts Pass

See music, theatre, film and more for free. Passes available at 10 branches. Venues include CanStage, Factory Theatre, Harbourfront Centre, Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema, The Royal Conservatory of Music and Tafelmusik.