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Where History Meets the Present: A Toronto Walking Tour

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  • Extra Leg room
  • Live and interactive tour guide
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+- 2 Hours
Availability : Fri, Sat & Sun
55 York Street at 10AM
Max People : 15
Tour Details

Tour Details:

** This is a walking tour

Discover Toronto’s unique blend of history and modern charm on this fun and engaging walking tour!

From grand historic buildings and hidden underground pathways to lively streets and iconic landmarks, you’ll explore the city’s rich past and vibrant present. Each stop reveals a new perspective on Toronto, making it an unforgettable journey through time. Perfect for history buffs, foodies, and curious explorers alike. Plus, join in the excitement with a raffle for a special Canadian prize, adding a delightful surprise to your adventure!


Departure & Return Location

Departing from 55 York Street

Departure Time



1Fairmont Royal York

Begin your tour at this iconic hotel, a historical gem known for its grand architecture and storied past

2Union Station

Explore Canada’s busiest transportation hub, celebrated for its Beaux-Arts architecture and vibrant energy.

3Toronto's PATH

Discover the extensive underground walkway system, perfect for a fascinating look at how Torontonians navigate the city in all weather conditions.

4 Mint Corner

Visit this historic location that played a significant role in the city’s financial history.

5 Old and New City Hall and Toronto Sign

Contrast the architectural styles and historical significance of these two important civic buildings. Stop for a photo op with the iconic Toronto sign at Nathan Phillips Square, a must-see for visitors and a great way to capture the essence of the city.

6 Osgoode Hall

Enjoy the beautiful architecture and rich history of this landmark, home to the Law Society of Ontario.

7Campbell House

Step back in time at this preserved 19th-century home, offering a glimpse into Toronto’s past.

8Yonge Street

Walk along one of the longest streets in the world, lined with shops, restaurants, and entertainment options.

9King Street

King Street: Stroll along this bustling street, known for its theaters, restaurants, and vibrant nightlife.

10Hockey Hall of Fame:

For sports enthusiasts, this stop offers a chance to celebrate Canada’s favorite pastime and see memorabilia from hockey’s greatest legends.

11King Street

Stroll along this bustling street, known for its theaters, restaurants, and vibrant nightlife.

12Final Stop

St. Lawrence Market: Conclude your tour at one of the world’s great markets, a perfect place to grab a bite to eat and soak up the local culture.