Another incredible exhibition could soon be making its way to Toronto. Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel The Exhibition lets you experience this great Renaissance masterpiece in a whole new way while preserving the authentic look and feel of the original paintings.

The show has experienced incredible success in cities across North America and around the world, including Melbourne, Frankfurt, Singapore, Marseille, Manchester, Boston, Dallas, and more.

The exhibition has already arrived in Vancouver and Montreal. According to its website, Toronto is slated to be one of the newest cities to experience it. Curiocity has reached out to confirm the details, but as of right now, there is a waitlist you can join to be among the first to find out more.

Recent Posts
Famous Island of Warmth interactive light display comes to Toronto next week
Bee hive, giant bird, isolation box among installations coming to Toronto’s art beaches


View this post on Instagram


A post shared by SISTINE CHAPEL (@chapelsistine)

Unlike the real Sistine Chapel in Rome’s Vatican Museums, this exhibit lets you observe this incredible artistic achievement in vivid colour from 4 metres away, as opposed to 20 metres.

“With special expertise and care, the ceiling paintings from the Sistine Chapel have been reproduced in a truly unique way using licensed high definition photos,” the description says.

“Brought to life using a special printing technique that emulates the look and feel of the original paintings, visitors are given a chance to engage with the artwork in ways that were never before possible: seeing every detail, every brushstroke, and every color of the artist’s 34 frescoes.”

There’s also informative signage and audio accompaniment that you can rent so you can learn more about the making of this masterpiece as you explore.


View this post on Instagram


A post shared by SISTINE CHAPEL (@chapelsistine)

Immersive art lovers have a lot to look forward to in Toronto this spring. An incredible virtual reality experience is coming to the city that transports you to libraries throughout history and the world.

In March, a unique multisensory Frida Kahlo exhibit will open its doors at 1 Yonge Street, where Immersive Van Gogh is currently taking place.

If you’re more the traditional type, Toronto’s major galleries and museums are now open to the public again. The options are endless!