The Aga Khan Museum is the only museum dedicated to showcasing the beauty and history of the Islamic Arts in Canada. Designed by Japanese architect, Fumihiko Maki, the entire museum features intricate details that speak of the rich Islamic culture and heritage. The building’s design makes use of natural light and air to accentuate the display space inside. As the day passes, the lighting can change dramatically and the whole museum’s atmosphere changes as a result. Inside the museum are exhibitions and artworks that will take guests on a journey through the history of Muslim art and culture, and their impact on the world. Live performances are held in the museum’s auditorium where local and international artists can perform, collaborate, and share their art and ideas. Overall, the Aga Khan Museum aims to be a space where diversity is respected and education about Islamic culture is championed.