Built in 1857, this Georgian-style residence was a gift to William Lyon Mackenzie, grandfather of former Canadian Prime ... More
Built in 1857, this Georgian-style residence was a gift to William Lyon Mackenzie, grandfather of former Canadian Prime Minister William Lyon Mackenzie King, from his followers. Mackenzie, the leader of the colonial emancipation movement in Upper Canada, had come from Scotland in 1830 to become the first mayor of the city of Toronto. You will now find a museum inside, where guides in period costumes re-enact the daily life of middle-class Toronto households in the 1860s.
Founded in 1827 and now home to over 75,000 students, this is Canada's largest and arguably most famous university. Some
of the more interesting sites to visit are the main room of the University of Toronto Bookstore, the chapel ...
Royal Ontario Museum incorporates a unique mix of galleries to present art, archaeological objects and scientific specimens. The museum, which
sees more than a million visitors annually, houses a collection of over six million objects on three floors. This ...
With deep red walls and candlelit tables, this coffee house cum restaurant is the ultimate in intimate. Or, if dining
alone, you can sit near the wall of windows and watch the crowds saunter past through Little Italy. For ...