Toronto's only castle may have never housed royalty, but it certainly has grandeur, lording over The Annex on a cliff that was once the...
Formerly a gated artists colony, Wychwood Park, established in the late 19th century, showcases some of Toronto's most beautiful and...
Native Canadian Centre of Toronto
This community center hosts Thursday-night drum socials, seasonal powwows and elders' cultural events that promote harmony and...
Madison Avenue Pub
Comprising three Victorian houses in The Annex, the Madison draws a late 20s U of T crowd. Think billiards, darts, a sports bar,...
The Hare Krishna movement has been feeding poor travelers around the globe for decades. Toronto is no exception. Politely decline any...
285 Spadina Rd · interesting places nearby
Spadina Museum information
Atop the Baldwin Steps, this gracious home and its Victorian-Edwardian gardens were built in 1866 as a country estate for financier James Austin and his family. Donated to the city in 1978, it became a museum in 1984 and was recently painstakingly transformed to evoke the heady age of the roaring 1920s and '30s: highly recommended.