Architecture Walking Tour

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Architecture Walking Tour is a 7.2 kilometer point-to-point trail located near Toronto, Ontario, Canada and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and walking and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

7.2 km
1 m
Point to Point

dogs on leash

kid friendly



Walk from a historical castle to the sophisticated modern designs of Toronto's recent architectural transformations. Toronto is an exciting world class city that is known for its contrasting neighborhoods, interesting architecture, cultural attractions, fabulous restaurants and so much more. This walking tour of Toronto will focus on a few of the city's historical buildings such as Casa Loma and the Flatiron Building as well as structures like the Royal Ontario Museum and the Art Gallery of Ontario, both having just gone through extravagant and profound transformations. As you observe and photograph these fascinating landmarks in Toronto, you will begin to see how the city reveals itself through the contrast of the old and the new architecture, and how the two work so well together. The unique architectural elements you will see on this tour are indeed great examples of the diversity that Toronto is all about. If you are in Toronto and have a limited amount of time, why not take a walking tour that will bring you by these buildings, allow you to enjoy the architecture, take some great photos and further promote the idea of coming back some day. Although there are many other interesting structures in Toronto, this tour focuses on structures that are very different from each other and structures that are in different areas of the city, while allowing you to see a substantial portion of the city's core. This tour will appeal to the visitor that has so little time and so many photographs to take!

26 days ago

Be sure to see OCAD, the building resting on pencils, adjacent AGO.