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The Most Interesting Historical Places in Toronto

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Historical Places in Toronto

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Casa Loma , Toronto
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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 $130
Historic Walking Area
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Once home to the British Empire's biggest producer of spirits, The Distillery District now represents one of Toronto's top tourist hubs, pack
Tours from $20
Religious Site
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St. James Cathedral is both a parish church ministering to the historic St. Lawrence neighbourhood and the Cathedral of the Anglican Diocese
Tours from $5
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Duration: 9 to 10 hours
Enjoy a day trip from Toronto to Niagara Falls that includes stops at Niagara Falls, the Floral Clock, the 'Smallest Chapel in the World,' the hydro-power stations, and a winery for wine tastings. You'll travel aboard a modern coach and have a minimum of three hours at Niagara Falls to explore independently. Tours are conducted by licensed Niagara Parks Commission Tour Guides, so you'll learn interesting information with commentary given throughout the day. On the day of the tour, you have the option to purchase a Niagara City cruise up the Niagara River to the base of Niagara Falls.
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Religious Site
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St Michael's Cathedral Basilica stands proudly as one of Toronto's finest examples of Gothic Revival architecture. Buttressed walls and point
Castle
Dundurn Castle , Hamilton
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Step into 19th-century Hamilton at Dundurn Castle, a historic former residence that now operates as a museum. Completed in 1835, the impressi

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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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