Things to do in Queen Street and West Queen West

Top 10 Things to Do in Queen Street and West Queen West, Toronto

Top Things to Do in Queen Street and West Queen West

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  • Craig E
    Manchester, UK1,746 contributions
    Worth a quick 10 minutes or so visit.
    Lots of really interesting and detailed street art.
    Only a short alley so doesn’t take long to check out.
    Very vibrant colours really make the alley stand out.
    Written September 29, 2022
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  • Sarah B
    Rochester, NY65 contributions
    Beautifully designed garden. Recommend for people who are actually interested in local plans and garden design, or a pleasant short walk. This is not a big showy botanical garden-type place. My husband is a passionate gardener and we enjoyed following the planned routes, observing how the flower and plant selections worked together, and how the design of the whole integrated these things.
    Written August 27, 2022
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  • Caila Oostdam
    Leiden, The Netherlands121 contributions
    Nice park with lots of sitting options. When I was there it was kind of wet and muddy but it was just the time of the year. Lots of young people hanging around so that’s nice.
    Written May 26, 2019
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  • Cynthia U
    Dallas, TX834 contributions
    an area with tiny shops lots of restaurants.and street people everywhere. the buildings are interesting and the traffic is terrible.
    Written December 29, 2019
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  • James A
    Windsor, Canada18,597 contributions
    I used to spend lots of time on Spadina during my youth when I liked in TO but it was a like time since my last visit and much has changed in that time. China Town is still there but deviate from here and you can see lots of changes. Some better than others
    Written June 7, 2022
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  • Jenell D
    Toronto, Canada83 contributions
    I love how the COC offers a Free Concert Series on certain Tuesdays-Wednesdays-Thursdays of the year. They have a wide range of talent and every time I attend, it’s so enjoyable! Most are held at 12 noon til 1 pm but on some Wednesdays there are 5 pm shows. Seating is limited but give it a try - it’s free!
    Written August 11, 2019
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  • Luiza C
    Porto Alegre, RS289 contributions
    great location and nice smiley staff, is an all you can eat Indian buffet. is good and traditional, but not hugely memorable.
    Written April 5, 2019
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  • Nkem O
    Bexleyheath, UK70 contributions
    This was a lovely little museum, and my experience was greatly enriched by the personalised tour guide. The history over the years is amazing. Unfortunately there wasn’t much furniture at the time I visited, but it is a nice place to spend about an hour or so.
    Written September 25, 2021
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  • JeffDickson
    Oakville, Canada9 contributions
    Caught a concert in the Long Boat Hall. Was a great show, I really liked the venue. Sounds was good, nice small intimate room. Really good feel in the venue. Staff was good, washrooms were clean. Good experience.
    Looking forward to catching a concert in the Great Hall next.
    Written November 7, 2019
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  • Barbara E
    Toronto, Canada174 contributions
    Why haven't I been in this gallery before? I love Japanese art and especially the block prints known as Ukiyo-e and Stuart Jackson has been selling them for over 40 years. First located in the Yorkville district of Toronto, he moved his gallery to 882 Queen Street West in 2013. He has an extensive collection as well as an in-depth knowledge of the genre. A must see if you like all things Japanese, or alternatively, want to start collecting on a moderate budget.
    Written October 19, 2018
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  • mike k
    Toronto, Canada146 contributions
    great place to look at great architecture or commune with god - my parents were married in that church, i was christened in that church, i went to school next door for 11 years, my parents had their funeral in that church - i am a member for decades and to top it all off, it was in the movie "my big fat greek wedding"
    Written January 28, 2017
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  • Lili813
    Tampa, FL82 contributions
    It's a neat spot in Nathan Phillips Square. Just set your expectations before you go. Of course it attracts a lot of tourists as that's the nature of the spot with the sign. But it was worth the stop for us, in addition to the Harbourfront area down the street, for views of the skyline and city and to take some pics. In the spirit of "pics or it didn't happen," we enjoyed getting pics with the city sign. :)

    We parked in the underground lot beneath it.
    Written July 2, 2022
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  • 2RedSquirrels
    Windsor, Canada348 contributions
    This gallery has 12 exhibits a year. All are worth a visit to this well curated gallery.
    Better yet each year in December the gallery holds its fund raiser called “Mistletoe Toe Magic”. Artists donated work and the gallery holds a silent auction. It is an outstanding at to buy excellent art at bargain prices.
    This is a must attend event for art lovers.
    Written January 30, 2018
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  • Michael M
    Toronto, Canada188 contributions
    This is an interesting building wrecked by CITY TV. It should be seen as you walk along Queen Atreet, but not worth a stop
    Written July 8, 2015
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  • GrampaBrian
    Toronto, Canada55 contributions
    First visit to this intimate west end theatre that provided a most satisfying theatrical experience. Seating is "first come first served" on comfortable chairs in a total suspension of disbelief environment. We saw The Reckoning by Tara Beagan and Andy Moro that reflected accurately and illuminatingly on the recent Canadian Truth and Reconciliation Commission Report. Other eclectic productions happening almost every day. Check it out for a different and gratifying experience.
    Written April 25, 2016
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