Turn your tour into a moveable feast with any of these delicious and thirst-quenching excursions.
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Unique & Seasonal Tours
Toronto is an eclectic city and has eclectic tours to match.
Explore Toronto’s top attractions from the comfort of your own home. Wander the grounds of enchanting Casa Loma, dive into the underwater world at Ripley’s Aquarium, or explore an exhibit at the Royal Ontario Museum, all on-demand and virtually!
If you prefer to be immersed in your surroundings, try an audio walking tour of the city. These podcasts and walking tours are a great way to safely explore the city, get some fresh air, and learn something along the way.
For in-person tours, the Tour Guys give you a glimpse of Queen Street’s back alleys, street culture and slang on their graffiti tour.
Navigate the cobblestones of the Distillery Historic District on a Segway with Go Tours Canada complete with a sampling of SOMA chocolate and beer from the Mill Street Brewery.
Spooky tales abound on the Haunted Walk of Toronto. Tour by lantern in the Distillery Historic District and the old hanging grounds near the St. Lawrence Market. It’s a spine-tingling tour not to be missed.
Art InSite: Art, design and architecture tours of Toronto, led by journalist Betty Ann Jordan, emphasize key venues and districts while highlighting hidden treasures and local art heroes.
If you are curious about Ontario’s Indigenous culture, join the Redwing Institute for a Culture & Nature Discovery Walk. During this lively, full-sensory learning journey, their culture and history will be brought to life through the tradition of oral storytelling, a traditional ceremony, food sampling, music and more.
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