Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Toronto
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Address: 375 Mt Pleasant Rd, Toronto, ON M4T 2V8, Canada
Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
Timings: 08:00 am - 08:00 pm Details
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About Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Toronto
This, Toronto’s first all inclusive cemetery, is that final resting place of over 150,000 souls. These include notables such as composer Glenn Gould, various politicians, Titanic survivors, Premiers of Ontario, Lieutenant Governors of Ontario, Mayors of Toronto, and Barbara Hamilton among others. It is a tranquil place of beautiful monuments, winding paths, and attractive landscapes.
How To reach Mount Pleasant Cemetery by Public Transport
- Subway 1 stop St Clair.
- Bus 512 stop Yonge.
- Bus 97, 320 stop Yonge St at St Clair Ave East.
- Bus 312 stop St Clair Ave East at Yonge St (St Clair Station).
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Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Toronto Reviews
I've always loved Cemeteries. In the number one place is Mnt. Pleasant. It's a beautiful arboretum as well. Rolling hills, meadows, areas which seem as if you'd arrived at the 'cottage' and stepped into a forested. I rode my bike throughout looking for our family plot. One beautiful Spring /early Summer day, I believe I was literally led there by those who had gone ahead. If you've ever been there, you'd understand how miraculous this was. We buried my father, C. Jeffares McCombe LLB, QC almost 2 years to the day.
This a favourite place to ride my bike. The grounds are very well cared for and the multipurpose use is tasteful and respectful.
Took the Tales of Mount Pleasant tour and walked for about 2 hours with hundreds of people in a beautiful autumn afternoon. Glad there is a place like this in Toronto. It is huge, make sure bring enough water with you, as the water from the blue tabs are not drinkable.
Beautiful and extensive grounds in the heart of the city. Mature trees and manicured landscape along with the solemnity of the burial scenes. It's a place full of history and an excellent place to walk, bike, or run. It doesn't feel disrespected. On the contrary, the are has become a neighborhood icon and a must visit.
This is a very well kept up grounds this is why i bought a plot for my mom and dad over lòoking the trains that go by off young st north and south they both loved the rides going to work and back home .they are in the Creamation season 2430 Charles and Ilean i try to get down here 4 times a year to talk to them.