Wander with your kids through this top-notch art museum, home to works by Canadian as well as European artists. Along with works by Renoir and Monet, the museum features an entire gallery of Henry Moore sculptures as well as works by George Segal. In November 2008 Frank Gehry’s dramatic additions and changes to the Art Gallery of Ontario debuted, increasing the space by 97,000 square feet. The Douglas-fir sculptural staircase, as well as the Galleria Italia, a soaring wood and glass sculptural gallery that overlooks Dundas Street, should spark interest in both architecture and art. If that doesn’t do it, there’s always the large AGO shop with affordable earrings for teens and AGO’s art-to-go kits, conveniently packed pastels, watercolors, markers and paper.