Photo by Benson Kua


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.

Discover Hidden Toronto is over for the season! Check back soon for more dates.

“I learned more about Toronto in two hours than I have in eight years of living here!”


Our murder mystery scavenger hunts can be a tad grisly for some. Some of the clues and references will be over kids’ heads and they can get frustrated. Participants as young as 11 have taken part with their parents and had a great time so at the end of the day, it is up to the parent / grandparent / guardian / cool aunt or uncle.
If you would like to get in touch, please send an email to, or call 647 852 6444.
No, there will be a sign-in sheet for those registered. If you are transferring your ticket to another person, they must bring your ticket.
Once you have purchased a ticket for an event, our people go into action, printing off materials, lining up staff for the event day and purchasing admission tickets if a museum or other institution is involved. Because of this, we do not offer refunds. However, your ticket is transferrable. So if you can’t make it, you can give your ticket to someone else to bring to the event.