Celebrate International Museum Day with the royal ride!
Museums are often the choice of many people when planning for a leisure trip. They are a source of valuable knowledge along with providing amusement for kids and adults. People visit museums and view the scientific, artistic, cultural or historical conserves that are put to a permanent or temporary exhibition. Most of the large museums are spread throughout the world, especially in the major cities. Mexico City has over 128 museums which is the largest number of museums.
Since 1977, International Museum Day is celebrated throughout the world on May 18. A theme is selected every year by ICOM (International Council of Museums) and resource material is developed. Museums in Canada are setting up activities for the International Museum Day. There are many fascinating things that you can see and show to your kids as well. They can gain knowledge which will be helpful to them. Telling children about something is helpful but showing them what you are telling them about makes it easier for them to comprehend. Plus, they remember what they see more than what they hear.
Toronto is home to not only the Royal Ontario Museum but to a lot other local and specialized museums. History and culture of all kinds are explored, preserved and displayed in these museums. Here are some names of the museums that you can visit.
• The Royal Ontario Museum
• The Bata Shoe Museum
• Campbell House Museum
• Canadian Air & Space Museum
• CBC Museum
• City of Toronto Historic Museum
When planning your visit don’t forget to hire a Toronto airport limo to make your trip comfortable and royal. As limousine hiring has become very common in Canada, you don’t have to be very rich for it. You can set aside any airport limo that suits your party size and budget. You can choose from the varied fleet and travel in style.