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  • 1. Aga Khan Museum

    North York

    More than 1,000 pieces of Islamic art from the collection of the family of renowned philanthropist and religious leader Aga Khan are the focus of...Read More

  • 2. St. Lawrence Market

    Old Town

    St. Lawrence Market is an iconic and historical city landmark, renowned as one of the world’s greatest food markets. Since the market’s construction in the...Read More

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  • 3. Flatiron Building

    Old Town

    One of several wedge-shape buildings scattered around North America, Toronto's Flatiron occupies the triangular block between Wellington, Scott, and Front Streets. It was erected in...Read More

  • 4. Fort York


    This historic site is a must for anyone interested in the city's origins. Toronto was founded in 1793 when the British built Fort York to...Read More

  • 5. Hart House

    Queen's Park

    Looking for all the world like a setting from one of the Harry Potter novels, this neo-Gothic student center opened its doors in 1919. Originally...Read More

  • 6. Ontario Legislative Building

    Queen's Park

    This 1893 Romanesque revival building is often referred to simply as "Queen's Park," after the surrounding grounds. The detail-rich exterior is made of pink Ontario...Read More

  • 7. St. James Cathedral

    Old Town

    Bank towers dwarf it now, but this Anglican church with noble Gothic spires has the tallest steeple in Canada. Its illuminated clock once guided ships...Read More

  • 8. St. Lawrence Hall

    Old Town

    Built in 1850 on the site of the area's first public meeting space, St. Lawrence Hall is Renaissance revival architecture at its finest. The hall...Read More

  • 9. Toronto's First Post Office

    Old Town

    This small working post office dates from 1833 and still functions with quill pens, ink pots, and sealing wax—you can use the old-fashioned equipment to...Read More

  • 10. Mackenzie House

    Dundas Square Area

    Once home to journalist William Lyon Mackenzie, Toronto's first mayor (elected in 1834) and designer of the city's coat of arms, this Greek Revival row...Read More

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