Mount Pleasant Cemetery holds the graves of insulin inventors Frederick Banting and Charles Best, pianist Glenn Gould, and ... More
Mount Pleasant Cemetery
Mount Pleasant Cemetery holds the graves of insulin inventors Frederick Banting and Charles Best, pianist Glenn Gould, and William Lyon Mackenzie King, Canada's longest-serving Prime Minister. Toronto's first non-sectarian cemetery; it is beautifully landscaped and houses an arboretum with native and non-native species as well as some fine architecture. Call for more details.
Not only does this street designate Toronto's east west split, it is also the city's longest thoroughfare. In fact, Yonge
is known as the world's longest street, stretching from Lake Ontario to the town of Rainy River, more than ...
Truly a Toronto monument, this Via Rail/GO train/subway station, which stretches along a block of Front Street, was opened in
1927 by the Prince of Wales. Classically designed, there are elements of simplicity mixed with grandeur in the architecture ...
The Rodeway Inn® hotel is close to a number of exciting attractions. Visitors will enjoy driving across the Arthur Ravenel
Jr. Bridge (Cooper River Bridge) that connects Mount Pleasant with downtown Charleston and is the only access point to ...