Toronto Series Part 5: Doors Open Toronto

Doors Open: Its a unique concept wherein visitors can access historical and architectural buildings for free for a specified time.  Doors Open Toronto: This event offers free and rare access to more than 130 architecturally, historically, culturally and socially significant buildings across the city. This event is organized by Ontario Heritage Trust each year. Typically… Read More Toronto Series Part 5: Doors Open Toronto

Toronto Series Part 4: Summer – Toronto Centre Island

Toronto Centre Island is an amusement park cum family recreational area located on Centre Island (part of Toronto Islands). It consists of Centreville Amusement Park – which is its major attraction. The park opened in 1967, with several rides and has expanded over the years, adding one or two rides a year. Centreville Amusement Park has miniature… Read More Toronto Series Part 4: Summer – Toronto Centre Island

Toronto Series Part 3: Walk around Chester, Christie & Old Mills Subway Station

Toronto has great trails, neighborhoods and history in its every nook and corner. Toronto Transit and LRT lines are easy, convenient and economical ways to explore this amazing city. Chester, Christie and Old Mills are 3 subway stations that has great trails, amazing eating areas and shopping venues to explore Chester is a subway station… Read More Toronto Series Part 3: Walk around Chester, Christie & Old Mills Subway Station

Toronto Series Part 2: Canada’s Wonderland – on Halloween

Canada’s Wonderland is a theme park based in Vaughan, Ontario, which is about 40 kilometers from Downtown Toronto. Canada’s Wonderland is a major attraction and is usually busy during the summer months. There are joy rides, shopping arenas, entertainment galleries within the theme park. To access the rides and the park you will have to… Read More Toronto Series Part 2: Canada’s Wonderland – on Halloween