Fort York National Historic Site, Toronto
Categories: Military Museums, Museums
At Fort York National Historic Site, experience the history of Toronto and Canada. Go to the orientation room and watch a short introduction video, to give you an overview of the history you're about to explore. Take a guided tour around the site to learn about its historical and military significance, and how it relates more broadly to Canadian history. The site offers an insight into military practices and the everyday life of soldiers from yesteryear. See their clothes and weapons, as you tour the site's various military fortifications and buildings. Plan your Fort York National Historic Site visit and explore what else you can see and do in Toronto using our Toronto itinerary maker.
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We visited the new museum on this site, it was first class with excellent background to the war and great use of technology to simulate the short battle that occurred at the fort. There is a heap of i... read more »
Been here two or three times, every time with the Open Doors - to take all the pictures you want. You will find barracks and cannons, they even dress up around certain times of the year (in period pie... read more »
I was staying nearby and on the spur of the moment decided to visit Fort York. I hadn't heard much about it and didn't know the history - my visit luckily coincided with several tour guides conducting... read more »
Exceptional staff who made history come alive! The tour guide's historical knowledge about the fort and it's engineering was awesome. The young people who fired the cannons and muskets took their roles so seriously that I felt transported back in time to 1812. All this done while in wool uniforms of the time period during the hot August heat. Well done! This was an incredible experience that I will remember. Well done! Very professional. Thank you!
Mathieu Le François
I've only ever been here for music festivals but it's a great venue. It's large enough that lots of people can enjoy the show without it being too large. I love cooking here even though the commute there isn't fun.
Karen Hogg. Givicity
This site is so very special. We need to keep our heritage alive and showcase the way things were for the next generation. Just needs more budget for advertising to get people there to see the history, not just special events.
Very cool place. Nice things to see. I would only go once though. It does get Boeing after 30 min there
Historic. But too many mosquitos
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