Discover Hidden Toronto
Explore the stomping grounds of famous Canadians who helped abolish slavery, created the hippie counterculture of the 1960s, and invented peacekeeping. Discover a hidden river, a miniature Victorian mansion, and learn why Toronto is called “Hogtown”. Discover Hidden Toronto takes you from the Royal Ontario Museum, through the gothic, ivy-covered arches of the University of Toronto, Queens Park, through the row of mansions of Toronto’s early families, and into star-studded Yorkville. This hunt of fascinating places and little-known history gets you to answer riddles about re-gifted presents, flex your creative muscles with photo and art challenges, and find the answers to tricky questions.
I learned more about Toronto in two hours than I have in eight years of living here!
Discover Hidden Toronto is over for the season! Check back in spring 2016 for more dates.