The Toronto Society of Architects hosts three different guided walking tours on weekends where visitors can learn more about some of the city’s architecture.
From May 12th until October 7th, 2012, guides will show you some of Toronto’s most notable buildings, both old and new, giving details on their design and special features, as well as providing interesting and informative stories. These outdoor walking tours last approximately two hours.
Whether it’s the Art & Performance Tour, showcasing some of Toronto's buildings relating to art, theatre, and cinema, the Culture & Campus Tour, featuring museums, cultural centres, and various buildings on the University of Toronto Campus, or the Towers Tour, consisting of buildings making up Toronto’s downtown skyline, each session promises to be both informative and entertaining.
Tickets are $20 CDN for adults and $15 CDN for students and seniors. To purchase tickets, visit tsa-events.eventbrite.com. Exact meeting locations are given when you purchase your tickets. Tours always end very near a subway station.
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