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The Most Interesting Historical Places in Toronto

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Historical Places in Toronto

Castle
Casa Loma , Toronto
4.2
Constructed at the beginning of the 20th century in the Gothic Revival style, Casa Loma represents the city's only castle. The midtown landma
Tours from $180
Historic Walking Area
4.4
Once home to the British Empire's biggest producer of spirits, Distillery Historic District now represents one of Toronto's top tourist hubs,
Tours from $6
Religious Site
4.5
St. James Cathedral is both a parish church ministering to the historic St. Lawrence neighbourhood and the Cathedral of the Anglican Diocese
Tours from $21
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Duration: 1 hour
This tour has the option to be 100% outdoors, making it an excellent activity for COVID-conscious travelers. Called "One of Toronto's Top 10 Walking Tours" by BlogTO, join us year-round for the story of the Gooderham and Worts Distillery's rise to fame and transformation into the modern Distillery District. You'll love our expert guides interpretation of a drunk city, business intrigue and how Gooderham and Worts became the world's largest distillery. Along the way we'll show you some of the best secret Distillery District spots and photo locations.Note: Your tour guide can follow a fully accessible route upon request.
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Historic Walking Area
White Water Walk , Niagara Falls
4.4
Marvel at the trillions of gallons of water powering their way along one of the widest stretches of white water in the world at White Water W
Religious Site
4.5
St Michael's Cathedral Basilica stands proudly as one of Toronto's finest examples of Gothic Revival architecture. Buttressed walls and point

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Where to stay in Toronto

Most visitors stay in the historic neighborhood of Old Toronto, as the central district offers unparalleled access to the best attractions in the city and several metro stations within walking distance. If you're looking for a different taste of Toronto, stay in the trendy neighborhoods of West Queen West or King West Village, popular for their nightlife, arts, and cafe scenes. You can embrace Toronto's multicultural charms by staying in Chinatown, perhaps the city's best location for foodies.
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