Amazing! Where it's worth visiting, let's have surprises you can't imagine! _________
The Bata Shoes Museum has a shoe on the doorknob of the gate and seven coloured crystal shoes hanging over the lobby (which one is Cinderella's? The name of the store on the outside wall was trampled under the high heels. Only the museum does not look like a shoe, but like a giant shoebox.
The Bata Shoes Museum is located in the University of Toronto. It's interesting. There are some strange shoes in it, including the embroidered shoes of three inches golden lotus, which is the kind of shoes our country used to wrap. We can have a good understanding of the history of shoes.
On the side of a big road near the University of Toronto, there was a big sign, which was supposed to be free, but it was not very worthwhile to go in and buy tickets, so there was no visit. The whole wall was a model of shoes. There's no need to buy tickets at the door. There's also a shoe seller.
Good shoe museum! Many shoe history showcases displaying national minority areas! Canada is a wonderful country!
If it's a girl, maybe she feels more about this museum. All kinds of shoes, and their history. In fact, the evolutionary history of the functional requirements of shoes is the evolutionary history of human wisdom. There is a hint: when you go to buy a certain number of people can buy family or group tickets, there is a discount. Student cards are also offered.
On the way to the Royal Ontario Museum, I accidentally saw this museum which only shows shoes. Because of curiosity, I went in and saw that there are shoes from different countries in different periods, even from China. It also introduces the process of making shoes. It's really a fantastic museum.
Very good, all kinds of shoes, children look very happy.