Not only does this street designate Toronto's east-west split, it is also the city's longest thoroughfare. In fact, ... More
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 1900 kilometers (1180 miles) away. Originally used as a trail by the Hurons, the road became an official passage in the 1790s. Today, it is a burgeoning commercial district and a beehive of activity, especially in the section between Front and Lawrence. One of Toronto's three subway lines operates along this route.
Built in 1822, Campbell House Museum was the residence of Sir William Campbell, appointed Chief Justice of Upper Canada in
1825. It is the oldest remaining building from the original city of York. The structure is classic Georgian architecture, ...
The new and renovated Art Gallery of Ontario holds permanent collection of art in different mediums be it paintings, sculpture
or collections of historic artifacts. This art gallery in Chinatown district is one of Canada's largest fine art museums. ...
Eaton Centre is a 'must visit' place in Toronto. Even if you have no desire to shop, make sure to
at least look around this six million square foot glass roofed arcade. Located between Dundas and Queen on Yonge ...