A visit to Toronto's grand castle estate, the former home to financier Sir Henry Pellatt, is like stepping back into the ... More
A visit to Toronto's grand castle estate, the former home to financier Sir Henry Pellatt, is like stepping back into the Edwardian era. At Casa Loma, you can tour 98 richly decorated rooms, secret passages, towers, and an 800-foot tunnel connecting the castle to its magnificent stables. Outside, you will find a five-acre estate, with gardens offering dazzling colors, sculptures, and water fountains. The on-site cafe and gift shop offers delightful food, souvenirs, and breathtaking views.
Casa Loma is a must see in Toronto. Everytime people come to visit we drive to Toronto to see the castle. I never get tired of it. I especially like the secret passages that you are actually allowed to use. Nothing is off limits at the castle which is very nice. It closes pretty early....I think around 5 pm, so don't wait til the evening to go. Also, be sure to take the underground passage to the stables that goes under the street. It is very cool!
Have fun in Toronto. :)
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