Things to do in Church-Yonge Corridor

Top 10 Things to Do in Church-Yonge Corridor, Toronto

Top Things to Do in Church-Yonge Corridor

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  • Bhkfoodie
    Prior Lake, MN7 contributions
    The place was terrific, with nice ambience, and good seats! I had seen the Harry Potter and the Cursed Child here, and it was amazing! The characters floating in midair, the swift actions of the characters, it’s just brilliant! When I had taken my seat and glanced up, it was a spiraling dome with colors, which was still beautiful when the lights dimmed. Wonderful staff, with high quality performances coming from the actors! It has a certain quality to it, that gives it its Broadway touch. With dramatic moments, as well as humorous, it’s a great show for people of all ages! It’s certainly a fun thing to do with the family, or even just going solo! There was a moment that still leaves me dazed, and it was when a Dementor left the stage and flew over the crowd directly above our heads! Tickets aren’t to hard to find for groups of 2 generally. I would highly recommend this, as this is an experience I won’t forget.
    Written October 20, 2022
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  • operalover939
    Toronto, Canada2,744 contributions
    We had not been in the Elgin since before the pandemic hit, and it was very enjoyable to get back into this attractive space to attend a performance of Henry Purcell's Dido and Aeneas by Tafelmusik. Fine performances all around!
    Written October 21, 2022
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  • KodoDrummer
    Buenos Aires, Argentina64,541 contributions
    The pathways are a convenient way of getting away from the summer heat and winter weather. There are a nice mix of restaurants, food courts and a multitude of shops.
    Written September 14, 2022
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  • Andre N
    Canada281 contributions
    Still my favorite venue in TO. Recently attended a couple of shows post renovation. The place retained its old charm while modernizing and updating in the right places. Great venue!
    Written July 15, 2022
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  • CJTravelerTexas
    Texas8,913 contributions
    During my travels I like to visit churches, and have done so throughout the world. On my recent trip to Toronto, I had the opportunity to visit St. James Anglican Cathedral. This is an impressive house of worship. Persons interested in architecture, church history, and religion would enjoy visiting St. James.
    Written November 20, 2022
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  • Iain A
    Kirkcaldy, UK590 contributions
    This park has improved since our last visit in 2016. It is a few minutes walk from the Hockey Hall of Fame along Front Street. The great Gooderham Building is at one end and a couple of nice pieces of public art there are interesting along with the fountain featuring dogs having a drink. A fine place for a short relax.
    Written November 23, 2022
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  • Iain A
    Kirkcaldy, UK590 contributions
    One of my favourite buildings. Near the bottom of Yonge Street and on the East side of Berczy Park there is a clever mural facing the park, a bar and apartments in the building. It’s a great building, unusual in shape and far nicer to look at than a lot of the concrete and glass in downtown Toronto.
    Written November 27, 2022
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  • C8689BCbenjaminh
    Greater London, UK49 contributions
    I just wanted to visit the old girl! I am a Leafs fan from the UK & have only seen this building from the outside. I was looking at the Ryerson Uni website & found out that you can do a self guided tour of the building!! I save the PDF to my laptop, but on the day forgot to print it out. I went to the reception & the guy behind kindly printed it out for me. I found that the building seemed to have a presence. Looking at all the photos & clips of history on the walls it felt weird. I was asked to stop recording the basketball team that was practising in the court. Ooops!! If I had more time I would of taken my time to walk a bit more slowly & take it in! I will be back I'm sure!!
    Written January 9, 2019
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  • CJTravelerTexas
    Texas8,913 contributions
    Persons interested in church architecture, religion, and art would enjoy visiting St. Michael's Cathedral Basilica in Toronto. This is a beautiful church and I was happy to be able to visit it.
    Written November 20, 2022
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  • Marc Z
    1 contribution
    Often we expect theatre - especially new works - to exaggerate for effect. Not Us/Them. Its impact comes from its subtlety. The actors play children and perfectly reveal the built-in defences children have against extreme conditions. Children do not explore the root causes or histories of events or look for meaning. They react spontaneously and morally without relying on theories, research or analysis to underpin their instinct. It undervalues children's resources to call these characters victims or survivors.
    Written March 11, 2020
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  • IOSHAf
    5 contributions
    I visited Mackenzie House to join its (ghost) storytelling activity and for some history-packed fun on a winter day. This is the last home of Toronto's first mayor, for many, is the city's most haunted house. Sitting in a dimly lit room built in 1830, with only candle lights, sipping apple cider and munching cheese shortbread, I got this unique chance to listen to ghost stories written in 1863. Also tried the Washington Press, one of the oldest printing presses in Canada, to print a lovely new year card for myself. 😚
    Written February 16, 2020
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  • sandienewton
    Toronto, Canada21 contributions
    Fun bars/restaurants in the "Village" - I have been going to Salon One Hair Salon for years - great team
    Written May 7, 2019
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  • Holiday-Lady25
    Sunderland, UK1,165 contributions
    We had pre-booked a tour to Niagara with grey line tours. Our guide for the day was very knowledgeable and made the day. We had lunch in the Sheraton then did the horn-blower tour before moving on to spend some time at Niagara-on-the-Lake. What a beautiful place to visit.
    Written August 12, 2019
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  • Tina A
    65 contributions
    I saw a show called School Girls and I absolutely loved it. All of it. The small theatre was filled to last seat. The story was touching but without the impressive performances of all of the actors in the ensamble it would have been uniteresting. Instead these mostly very young actors were excellent. I cried and laught. Would go back in hope to get another mindblowing experience any day!
    Written March 22, 2019
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  • Priska
    1 contribution
    The last hope game was crazy. It’s really an amazing experience. I would love to visit again with my friends
    Written September 28, 2021
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