Giant Moon Installed Under The Gardiner

From now until Sept. 15, you may visit the 7-metre wide giant moon, an artwork by the UK artist Luke Jerram at the Museum Of The Moon located at The Bentway under the Gardiner expressway, an open area near Fort York National Historic Site.  The scale of this artwork is about 1:500,000, each centimetre of the internally lit spherical sculpture represents 5 km of the real moon surface.  It has been traveling to different countries around the world.  At the Museum of the moon, the visitors may borrow a pair of headphones and listen to audio programs or music that relates to the moon from 3 different channels.  Moreover, you may also attend the Films and Talks at the Fort York National Historic Site for different presentations.  For more information, please visit the Bentway’s official website.

Location:

The Bentway – Strachan Gate
250 Fort York Boulevard
Toronto, ON

Cost:  Free Admission

TTC:

You may take the 509 streetcar from the Union station or 511 streetcar from Bathurst Station and get off at Fleet street, Fort York National Historic Site.

Museum Of The Moon. (Photographer: Jason L. K. Lau @ Emagto.ca)

 

Museum Of The Moon. (Photographer: Jason L. K. Lau @ Emagto.ca)

 

Museum Of The Moon. (Photographer: Jason L. K. Lau @ Emagto.ca)

 

Museum Of The Moon. (Photographer: Jason L. K. Lau @ Emagto.ca)

 

Museum Of The Moon. (Photographer: Jason L. K. Lau @ Emagto.ca)

 

Museum Of The Moon. (Photographer: Jason L. K. Lau @ Emagto.ca)

 

Museum Of The Moon. (Photographer: Jason L. K. Lau @ Emagto.ca)

 

Headphones for audio programs or music. (Photographers: Jason L. K. Lau @ Emagto.ca)

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