Bata Shoe Museum
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What people are saying about Bata Shoe Museum

this museum is fabulous.....i heartily recommend anyone to visit ....

I love looking at shoes, footwear, etc and this museum has all kinds of them.....wonderful history and interesting facts.....a real delight.

Toronto: Bata Shoe Museum Entrance Ticket Reviewed by joan, 30/10/2018

Great information about Toronto--we live here and didn't know!

The voice of the tour guide was very harsh and far too loud because she had to shout. Definitely like nails on a chalkboard. Find a way to amp the sound so shouting is not necessary.

Toronto: 48-Hour Hop-On Hop-Off Sightseeing Bus Ticket Reviewed by a GetYourGuide customer, 29/07/2018

fantastic tour guide, young Toronto university student.

tour was a perfect way to get “the lay of the land”. Price was great and included a harbor cruise. i would suggest getting this as soon as you arrive or before to get the most out of this. I started at Dunge-younge square ( modeled after Times Square). Great way to get to Casa Loma. Start early in the day for best benefit!

Great tour, but not really a hop-on, hop-off.

The tour guides were terrific, and we enjoyed both days we spent on the bus. However, if you're used to using hop-on, hop-off to get you to attractions, this is not the tour for you. Toronto is too large, the attractions too far apart, and you have to wait too long to get the bus. Some of the stops aren't clearly marked, and because of construction, the tour sometimes deviated from the route. Having two days to use it helps, but you can probably only see two sites a day at most using this hop-on, hop-off.

James was our guide and he was absolutely incredible!

The tour was worthwhile and informative. I would definitely recommend it. We used the ticket for both days and took advantage of the boat cruise. It was good value and worth every cent.

Toronto: 48-Hour Hop-On Hop-Off Sightseeing Bus Ticket Reviewed by a GetYourGuide customer, 04/09/2017

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