Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art
The Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art is world renowned for it's collection of artifacts representing world cultures and natural history
The Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art was first opened in 1984 by founders George and Helen Gardiner to showcase their growing collection of of pottery and porcelain and ceramic artifacts from Europe, China and Ancient America. The collection now consists of over 3,000 historical as well as contemporary pieces from around the world.
The Gardiner Museum is located directly across from the Royal Ontario Museum and is housed in a building of modernist architecture. The museum also has a retail shop, a restaurant and 'clay classes' (additional charge).
If you have and interest in ceramic collectables and art you will definitely enjoy the Gardiner Museum. For additional information about the Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art see the Official Website: Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art.