Walk in the footsteps of First Nation trading paths, Bay Street bankers, and the heart of the downtown quarter as you gaze up at the CN Tower. End the tour at the world famous St. Lawrence Market in time for lunch, grab a peameal bacon sandwich, and learn why Toronto got the nickname “Hogtown.”
Some of the attractions and locations that we will visit on this tour.
One of the city’s prime tourist attractions. Central to the Downtown Yonge entertainment and shopping district.
Ed Mirvish Theater
A historic film and play theatre named after impresario Ed Mirvish.
The final home of one of Toronto’s most infamous politicians.
Elgin and Winter Garden Theaters
The last surviving Edwardian stacked theatre in the world.
Old City Hall
Home to Toronto’s City Council from the late 19th Century to the mid 20th Century.
Nathan Phillips Square and City Hall
Canada’s largest city square which is home to the current seat of city government.
The National Club
A private club for business professionals founded in the 19th Century.
Toronto Stock Exchange
The former home of Toronto’s Stock Exchange.
The Toronto Club
The most secret and exclusive club in Toronto.
The tallest structure in the Western Hemisphere.
Fairmont Royal York Hotel
Toronto’s most posh hotel which is often home to Royalty.
Canada’s largest and most opulent railway station.
Hockey Hall of Fame
A museum honoring hockey’s MVP’s.
St. Lawrence Market
A historic food hall with great places to grab bite to eat.