Museum station


Several museums, including the Gardiner, are accessible from Museum Station. I know the columns with the fake Egyptian and Incan art are sort of cheesy, but I rather like them. It's one of my favorite stops on the yellow line.

15 comments:

RedPat said...

It's my favourite too!

Olivier said...

belle station de metro, fait penser un peu a celle du louvre

Randy said...

That's wonderful.

Lowell said...

I am really quite jealous of all the artsy stuff you have in Toronto, not to mention all the museums. We have a nice museum here, too, but it's small.

You can keep the snow, though.

Thank you for your kind note! It was very much appreciated! Hope you have a great week!

Jack said...

This would be quite a station stop. I like the columns.

Paul in Powell River said...

Ah, to have a choice of good museums to patronize! And from one subway station at that.

Kay said...

That's very convenient! And the columns are certainly more interesting than standard pillars.

When I lived closer to museums I had very little time to visit any. Now that I have time, they're all at considerable distance.

cieldequimper said...

J'adore les stations de métro décorées !

Andy said...

At least there's no mistaken what station you are at.

Tanya said...

i like it!

Lois said...

I like them too!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Not cheesy at all halcyon, they're fabulous, what a brilliant idea to make the museums so accessible, clever too!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

I kinda' like it too.. And it's weirdly appropriate for Halloween.

JM said...

This is great!

Hilda said...

Then call me cheesy too—I like them! Much better than a plain ol' station.

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