Toronto ~ is the most populous city in Canada. I called Toronto my home for about 1.5 years. This post provides with pictorial glimpses of Toronto’s iconic structures and everyday life.
CN Tower is a communications tower situated in Downtown Toronto. This tower has become iconic to Toronto’s skyline. Its construction was completed in 1976 and remained one of the tallest towers for about 34 years. Currently, its the 7th tallest tower in the world.
Casa Loma is a gothic style castle and garden situated in midtown Toronto. It was the residence of businessman Sir Henry Pallet. The castle has a musuem and gift shop attached to the gardens. It provides a great view of the CN Tower from a castle window.
Elgin and Winder Garden Theatre
Elgin and Winter Garden Theatres are stacked theatres located in Yonge Street in Toronto. Its last of the surviving Edwardian style stacked theatres in the world.
I visited this place during the Doors Open Toronto Festival, a festival where most heritage sites in Toronto is open to public without any entry fees for a specific period of time.
Royal Ontario Museum
The Royal Ontario Museum is a museum of art,world culture and natural history in Toronto, Canada. Its one of the largest museums in North America and the largest in Canada. Its famous for its unique architectural entrance
The Denison family was an influential, land-holding family in the development of the town of York, Ontario, present-day Toronto. This avenue/lane is named after the Denisons. Its marked with characteristic stores, restaurants, grocery markets, etc
Art Gallery of Ontario
The Art Gallery of Ontario is an art museum in Toronto. Its collection includes more than 80,000 works spanning the first century to the present day. It was established in 1900 and is located in Downtown (Dundas Street)
Toronto Centre Island
The Centreville Amusement Park is a park located on Centre Island, part of the Toronto Islands. The park was built in 1967 with a 1900 turn-of-the-century theme, and includes a miniature railway. The Park is home to a 1907-vintage carousel, a log flume, a Ferris wheel, a ‘haunted barrel works’, an enclosed “Scrambler”, a miniature roller coaster, pleasure boats, antique-style motor cars and several rides and miniature fire engines.
Old Mill is a neighbourhood of Toronto, Ontario, Canada on the banks of the Humber River. It is located north and west of the intersection of Bloor Street and Jane Street. The area takes its name from the old grist mill ruins on the west bank of the river, now converted into a hotel
Beautiful Fall Colors in Scarborough, Toronto
Winter roads in Sheppard Avenue, Toronto
Downtown Toronto at Night on New Year’s Ave
Toronto at Night
Toronto Skyline from Harbour Front
Harbourfront Centre is a key cultural organization on the waterfront of Toronto, Ontario’s, situated at 235 Queen’s Quay West.