Things to do in Midtown

Top 10 Things to Do in Midtown, Toronto

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  • Tom J
    Gateshead, UK16 contributions
    Absolutely worth a visit, beautiful place full of history, good coffee shops, and great gift shop! Stunning all round views. We will be back!
    Written November 29, 2022
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  • 44HADSON
    Toronto, Canada10 contributions
    An essential public service, with some of the best workers and community-minded people in the world.
    Written September 23, 2022
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  • Kate G
    18 contributions
    Great place to spend an afternoon with family in any season. It’s very dog friendly, with plenty of trails (must be leashed) and an off leash area. The walks are well maintained and it’s not busy on week days. You may see beavers on the lakes if you are lucky. The weekend markets are lovely, and the cafe Belong has amazing drinks, snacks and delicious (though not cheap) food. Book ahead for brunch at weekends.
    Written January 8, 2022
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  • betty l
    Brampton, Canada10,440 contributions
    In January we stayed in a hotel around the vicinity of Yorkville Village.The neighborhood has chic cafes and bars and fine-dining restaurants.

    I understand its posh hotels host Hollywood insiders during the Toronto International Film Festival.

    The three main museums namely Royal Ontario Museum, Gardiner and Bata Shoe Museum are all located in this neighborhood which makes this area really one of the best place to visit in Toronto.
    Written February 1, 2022
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  • Stormflora
    Toronto, Canada22 contributions
    Wonderful mansion to go in for a tour as a supplementary attraction after finishing with the Casa Loma. And best of all, it’s free!

    It’s unfortunate that there is no self-guided touring allowed, and the guided tour only lasts about an hour at most. That is where I have to take one star off.

    I recommend visiting earlier so that there aren’t too many people crowding in.
    Written July 10, 2022
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  • operalover939
    Toronto, Canada2,744 contributions
    With Toronto opening up, the number of people using the cemetery for recreation has clearly dropped steeply. This is all for the good. The coyote we saw did not slink away, and we were the only people who were at the gravestone of William Lyon Mackenzie King and the nearby gravestone of Larry Zolf. A fine walk!
    Written September 20, 2021
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  • ItsMe M
    Columbus, MN1 contribution
    It is a nice place for a long walk, you should forget about the car, because parking there is a little problem, you can't park on the street, because parking control will write you a ticket, Toronto should do something to improve that and be more welcoming for people who don't live in the area 🙂
    Written November 1, 2020
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  • operalover939
    Toronto, Canada2,744 contributions
    For a November afternoon it was balmy (19C) and the Belt Line is a pleasant walk. It's better in summer when the shade of the trees flanking this walk is welcome. In the fall, the direct sun is mostly screened off by the houses on the south side. Still, we enjoyed our one-hour-plus walk, starting from Oriole Parkway almost to Eglinton and then back again.
    Written November 21, 2020
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  • Scott&Yeonghee
    Petaluma, CA121 contributions
    My wife is Korean so I found this area so she could do some shopping and find some dinner. We don’t have a Korea town where we live so this was a great treat.
    Written September 17, 2019
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  • KodoDrummer
    Buenos Aires, Argentina64,579 contributions
    By world standards, Toronto’s subway system is average, but improving. Unlike many of the better world class systems, there is no platform barriers to protect people from falling onto the tracks. This is a transit system safety deficiency which has resulted in a few deaths.
    Written September 15, 2022
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  • Holiday-Lady25
    Sunderland, UK1,165 contributions
    This is a much better Street to walk on than young street. There is still plenty of shops and places to eat on it. It’s also just one street over from young street. You feel much safer on this street and it’s nice and clear too.
    Written August 12, 2019
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  • FeedMe_2010
    Detroit, MI324 contributions
    We came to this theater (theatre) to watch the play Yaga after having dinner at Chadwicks. It is a perfect size for the play that we watched. The acoustics were very good and the actors were perfect.

    This theater has a small bar if you care to order drinks. The cost is equivalent to other theaters that I've visited. There is also enough bathrooms for the ladies during intermission (always a concern!) Photos and recording are not allowed during the shows and the audience is requested to either mute or shut off their phones. This is not abnormal.

    There is parking across the street and at least two restaurants within walking distance. I also appreciated the fact that the producer recognized the fact that the theater sits on lands of the indigenous people.
    Written November 2, 2019
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  • Elena P
    Romania4,823 contributions
    There is a nice neighbourhood called The Annex, with little shops and restaurants very close to the centre area.
    Written September 18, 2018
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  • Leann
    3 contributions
    We were at Wychwood Barns two consecutive October weekends for Dia de los Muertos festivities. This venue is a quick drive from downtown Toronto and has an interesting history, cool to see buildings such as these restored and repurposed. Indoor and outdoor event space galore, the perfect setting for any artists event.
    Written November 13, 2019
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  • Malgorzata
    11,440 contributions
    Located in the bustling downtown area of ​​Toronto,at the corner of Bloor Street West and Avenue Road, this little church was built in 1871 and is a Neo-Gothic building. It opened on June 15, 1879. Beautiful church, however not overly ornate. Very close to subway. In fact it looks a bit as if the surrounding modern buildings could choke a small church. Worth a visit when you are in the area.
    Written December 14, 2020
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