KNOW YOUR CITY?
Discover Toronto and walk with us.
2018 Tours Season
This year, there are 61 public tours showcasing Toronto’s rich history from all angles. Learn about the city’s flourishing food scene, illustrious architecture and even the counter-culture movements of years gone by.
Old favourites return to the tour line-up (such as Guild Park: Where Art Meets Nature) alongside new additions, including Creating Toronto: The Story of a City, A Shore Thing: Toronto’s Central Waterfront, Good Eats: History of Food & Dining in Toronto, and many more.
Tour run from May 3 to October 6. Register now at heritagetoronto.org/events to guarantee yourself a spot.
For more information on all tours, download the 2018 Tours Brochure (PDF).
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In 1994, we began programming walks to provide residents and visitors with an opportunity to learn about the heritage and architecture of the city.
All tours are researched, designed, and led by local historians, community groups, and professionals who volunteer their time and energy.
Heritage Toronto also offers a selection of its tours to private groups. Click on this link to download the Private Tour Booking and Information form. For more information about booking a private tour or to inquire about Heritage Toronto delivering an illustrated talk or presentation please call 416-338-2175.
Toronto in Time
Toronto in Time is a free mobile app for iOS and Android that highlights the history of Toronto through “then and now” photos, slideshows, trails, and historical stories for more than 150 sites!
Meet a cast of characters that includes inventors, musicians, entrepreneurs, bank robbers, artists, visionaries and dreamers who paint the rich portrait of Toronto’s history.
Search stories by theme, neighbourhood, map, or follow specially curated trails. Read introductions to themes and trails and share stories with friends on Facebook and Twitter. Suggest story ideas for future upgrades on the Toronto in Time Facebook page.
iTours visit areas of the city that are difficult to traverse with larger groups of people.. Featuring archival photographs, iTours take you on a photographic journey of the people, places and events that have shaped Toronto.
You can watch individual iTours by clicking below:
Audio tour based on Michael Redhill’s novel, Consolation narrated by the author.