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- Lovely quiet park just a short subway ride away from the city centre. We had a lovely walk around the park, past the Hillside Gardens, lake, duck ponds & animal enclosures. We enjoyed seeing lots of wildlife including chipmonks & some huge butterflies, & rounded it off with an ice cream at the Grenadier Restaurant.Written September 29, 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Hozier performed here, what an amazing and memorable show. I prefer seated concerts, but on the off chance, I booked floor seats in the pit for this particular performance. It has been over a decade since I have been to Budweiser, when I last went it was still the Molson Amphitheatre. Hozier, his band, and the opening act Madison Cunningham both have terrific vocals and are excellent live. His voice is everything you would expect and more. It was totally worth it to see him perform in person and in his prime. Fantastic evening!Written September 20, 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Very nice and clean community in GTA and Toronto City. There’re lots of underrated and unknown communities in Toronto like this. This is a Russian communities and almost all the Russian communities and supermarkets in Toronto are very clean and sanitizedWritten September 2, 2021This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Highly recommend to visit this museum to learn more about television. It has an exceptional collection of TV sets.Written April 20, 2022
- Getting a “free” ticket for a seat related to my Atlanta United FC season tickets, did not allow me to choose the seat. Consequently I was on the last row (highest) on the second level. It was a very long walk up a lot of steps. Not for the faint hearted. The view of the field was good, but related to the position I was in, it was difficult to see the big screen to see close ups of the action. I would not pay for that seat for a future match. The atmosphere was very good however, food choices were fair, but expensive - although all stadium food is expensive related to what I am used to in my home stadium in Atlanta. Service was quick, lines not too long at all. Unusual way to enter the stadium, that even after going through security was still behind a closed gate for a while. Location is absolutely perfect. Beautiful view right on the water’s front. Great park and walking area just across from the stadium if you have spare time when going to an event.Written April 18, 2023
- This arena is a great venue to watch great hockey. All seats give you an excellent view of the game.Written March 8, 2020
- Nice waterfront park. It is a great place to enjoy the view of the lake while watching some local people. You may spot some local animals too.Written August 22, 2023
- I just passed by this place on my way to Fort York. When there is no exhibition or event, all you can see is the gates and some sculptures. If you want to see something interesting, check out the ongoing event prior to departure.Written August 21, 2023
- We'd never heard of the CNE though having been told about it by the locals decided to pay it a visit. It was a bit of trek from our hotel, though easy enough to get to via public transport (in our case we used the trams). As we went on a Monday our son got in for a reduced U13 rate, so it was relatively inexpensive. In terms of things to do it was pretty good, with a mixture of fairground rides, food stalls, trade exhibitions, a photography exhibition, bars, music stages and when we visited, the Canadian armed forces were there along with vehicles and equipment that kids and others could look at and handle. There was also a pricey Pink Floyd exhibition, which given the cost and our lack of interest we didn't bother with. All in all an interesting day out and there was plenty to keep us occupied for the entire day.Written August 27, 2023
- This is a typical Toronto mall, where you will find clothing stores, food courts, and underground path. I don't think this mall is anyway superior to the other malls due to its aged looking.Written August 20, 2023
- Great time! Rogue was fantastic! Super outgoing and made it a great time! Knife throwing was the best part!Written February 17, 2022
- Went to the show the animals were beautiful and well trained. The meal was very good especially the soup. The show was entertaining a little staged and timing was off a little.Written November 3, 2023
- High Park, in the very center of the city, is an oasis where many are gathered citizens in the winter and summer. For everybody at a glance at all times of the year: sports grounds, zoo garden, skating rink, swimming pools, long walkways, children's castle, indoor parts for smooth running of dogs. The peace, thanks to the unspoilt nature, the hilly terrain, the river, and the lake sprinkled with space, can be felt on a concrete or earthy path.
This park is a rare endowment of a fellow architect and artist of art and nature, John Howard. On the plane, the highest point of this park, is the beautiful, simple and picturesque weekend of John and Jamie Hallard built in 1837 - its name is Colborne Lodge. John Howard was one of the first architects in Toronto, as well as a city engineer and geometer. The house itself is famous for its three chimneys, an unusual architecture, a very functional solution to life in it, as well as an interior that besides artistic values also has innovative - small home appliances for the kitchen. All designed, innovated and handled by Howard is done.
The house is designed to have three levels. The entry level, the anteroom from which it enters the living room, then the study room, the sewing room, the dining room, the grocery stores and then the three rooms with wardrobe, tools and painting material. The position of the living room is set up to look at Lake Ontario and exit the large veranda. The stairs are descending into the kitchen, which was deliberately built lower than the ground level, because with this inclination, rainwater was collected and water from the lake could be used for drinking, bathing, as well as for the toilet. Otherwise, it was also the first toilet and bathroom in the house in Toronto.
The house museum is open for visits and on holiday days it is equipped with dishes, food, or decorations depending on the time of the year and holidays. Very nice and magical looks like December, decorated fir, wooden toys and the smell of hot apple juice with cinnamon, which is served with holiday cakes to visitors. If you missed Christmas, come for Easter, but do not miss to smell the atmosphere of this beautiful museum.Written December 12, 2018
- This path have amazing views of the city and the lake. You can walk, jog, use bikes or skates. Bring your dog in his leash and let him socialize with other dogs.Written January 7, 2021
- Great old area with some old fashioned shops. Roncesvalles Fruit village is one of those places. This place has been here for at least 30 years that I remember it. Great place for fruit and veg. Always fresh and always good service. unfortunately these old places are slowly going away so support this place as much as you can.Written July 27, 2022