Explore Historic Places In Toronto

Explore Historic Places In Toronto

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Explore the beauty and intrigue of historic Toronto on your own time with our curated guide to the best famous sights and landmarks.

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    Frame the perfect Toronto skyline shot with old (Flatiron Building) & New (BCE Place & L Tower) -- Kyle Baptista via Foursquare
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    Hollywood musical, Chicago (2002), starring Renee Zellweger and Catherine Zeta-Jones was filmed almost entirely in Toronto, using locations such as Old City Hall. -- Cineplex via Foursquare
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    Wonderful old building steeped in sporting and musical history. Worth a look round if you've got an interest in those. -- Michael Holdsworth via Foursquare
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    Toronto staple. Here you can find bike rentals and tune ups, weekly markets, various events. Great place for families. -- ILYA SPEKHOV via Foursquare
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    If you are ever lucky enough to be around during doors open toronto then check out the bell tower at this spot. Not for aged or faint of heart. Some climbing involved. -- John McMullan via Foursquare
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    Visited on a very cold and heavy snow day, but the staff was great. Gave us the full tour, despite rough conditions. Worth doing the guided tour then explore on your own. -- Erik Russell via Foursquare
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    Get premium seats. Trust me. -- Keshia Gutierrez via Foursquare
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    I love this place, have been coming for so many years, their is something for everyone. Everything from beautiful weddings, to great family events such as the Howling Hootenany Something for everyone -- Shoshana Brohman via Foursquare
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    No trip to Toronto is complete without visiting the world's tallest tower and one of the modern 7 Wonders of the World. Take amazing night photos here, when the other skyscrapers are illuminated. -- DHR.com via Foursquare
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    Climb aboard the trains to check them out! -- Katie Sutton via Foursquare
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    One of the most beautiful, if not the most, beautiful buildings in Toronto. Check out the detail work in the wood and stone engravings -- Glen Farrelly via Foursquare
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    Built in 1866 as a private house and garden for financier James Austin. It’s now open to the public, and its Victorian and Edwardian gardens are not to be missed in the spring, summer and early fall. -- ToryBurch via Foursquare
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