Toronto historic buildings tour

We first start at the Ontario Legislature aka Queen’s Park (111 Wellesley St W, Toronto), the home of the Ontario government

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To the North is the Royal Ontario Museum.  The historic building with a modern addition (100 Queens Park, Toronto)

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Hart House, University College, the University of Toronto campus is a hotbed for century old buildings (Hart House Circle)

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Canada Life Building and its weather station (University Ave and Queen W.)

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Osgoode Hall, home to the law society (130 Queen Street West, Toronto)

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Maple Leaf Gardens is the old home to the Toronto Maple Leafs (50 Carlton Street, Toronto )

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Odd Fellows Hall (2 College St. Toronto )

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The Keg Mansion, an old estate which serves steak (515 Jarvis Street Toronto, ON M4Y 2H7. (416) 964-6609)

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Close by is Cabbagetown, the largest area of preserved Victorian housing (Parliament and Carlton, Toronto)

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The Distillery District’s old factory buildings (Parliament and Front, Toronto )

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Union Station,( 65 Front St W, Toronto)

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Casa Loma, home of a rich guy who built a big castle (1 Austin Terrace, Toronto)

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The Brickworks, a former brick factory turn environmental outreach centre. (550 Bayview Ave, Toronto)

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St James Cathedral is one of the city’s grandest churches (65 Church St. Toronto )

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The Design Exchange is the former home of the Toronto Stock Exchange (234 Bay St . Toronto)

John St Roundhouse is a former train garage (255 Bremner Blvd, Toronto )

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The Wheat Sheaf, one of Toronto’s oldest bars (667 King St. W. Toronto)

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Fort York, a national historic site (250 Fort York Blvd, Toronto )

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