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Black Creek Pioneer Village


This quaint re-creation of 19th-century village life could easily have become 'Ye Olde Disneyesque Embarrassment', but it's actually an interesting place to...

1000 Murray Ross Parkway

Campbell House


This is one of the city's older treasures of Georgian architecture, built in 1822 for Sir William Campbell, a judge who later became Chief Justice of Upper...

160 Queen Street W

Casa Loma


Some love it, others dismiss it as a kitsch folly. Either way, Casa Loma is a sight to behold, with its corbelled towers and battlements. Late 19th-century...

1 Austin Terrace

City Hall & Nathan Phillips Square

Critics' choice

Completed in 1966, Toronto's fourth City Hall was one of the city's first modernist buildings. The then-mayor Nathan Phillips had held an international...

100 Queen Street W

Colborne Lodge


Architect John G Howard knew a thing or two about making a house a home. Shortly after becoming Toronto's first surveyor, he designed a villa for himself...

Colborne Lodge Drive & the Queensway

Don Valley Brick Works Park


Don Valley Brick Works Park is one of the most important geological sites in North America: the layers of sedimentary rock found in the quarry walls help...

550 Bayview Avenue

Elgin & Winter Garden Theatre Centre

Attractions, Theatre

Billed as the last operating double-decker theatre in the world, this complex is also famous for its beauty. The two theatres have been painstakingly...

189 Yonge Street

Historic Fort York


This historic site is where present-day Toronto began. Lt-Governor John Graves Simcoe founded the fort in 1793 to protect the town of York, as Toronto was...

100 Garrison Road

Lillian H Smith Public Library


A postmodern château with a dungeon-like basement and giant bronze griffins flanking the central doorway, this public library is a fanciful piece of...

239 College Street

Montgomery's Inn Museum

Attractions, Restaurants & cafés

It's a shame that this inn, the main part of which dates from 1830, is so far from anywhere else. But if you're in the area, it's well worth a visit. Thomas...

4709 Dundas Street West

Spadina Historic House & Gardens


This 50-room mansion was built for financier James Austin in 1866, but his son added even more space in the 20th century, so it now has elements of both...

285 Spadina Road

Toronto Eaton Centre

Attractions, Shops

While Dundas Square contains some of Toronto's most important places of worship, the biggest shrine here is devoted to consumerism. The Eaton Centre opened...

1 Dundas Street W
FreeMajor venue

Toronto-Dominion Centre


Mies van der Rohe's late modernist masterpiece is a close cousin to his famous Seagram Building in New York, but the black-steel and bronze glass towers are...

66 Wellington Street W

Toronto's First Post Office

260 Adelaide Street E