University Of Toronto Tours
About University Of Toronto, Toronto
Circling Queen’s Park, this historic campus of seven colleges is a terrific place to wander around in even if you are not a student. There are lots of shaded pathways, beautiful parks, stately looking buildings and lots of people watching. Don’t expect access into the buildings themselves unless you’re going as a part of the walking tour, and even then some areas are inaccessible unless you are a part of a more specialised tour. Still, even an unofficial walk around the campus grounds that are bustling with students is very rewarding, and a great look into student life between and outside of classes.
University Of Toronto Information
- Visit the university website for a detailed guide to the campus general walking tours, or even other more specialised tours on offer.
University Of Toronto Opening and Closing Hours
General Guided tours:
- Monday - Friday: 11:00 am and 2:00 pm
- Saturdays at 11:00 am.Tours start at Nona Macdonald Visitors Centre, 25 King’s College Circle, Toronto.
How To Get To University Of Toronto by Public Transport
- Subway 1 stop Queen's Park Station.
- Streetcars 306, 506 stop College St at University Ave (Queen's Park Station).
- Bus 5, 142 stop Queen's Park Cres West at Hart House.
- Bus 94 stop Wellesley St West at Parliament Building.
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Experience Toronto from the sky on a helicopter tour over the city! As you soar through the air, look down on the skyscrapers, CN Tower, the waterfront, Fort York and other city sights. This 7-minute ride follows a route of nearly 9 miles (15 km) and includes one souvenir photo. Five departure times are available.
Your Niagara Falls experience starts the moment you board the climate-controlled bus at your hotel. You'll be taken on a tour that is guaranteed to stimulate your senses and leave you with memories that will last a lifetime. The tour includes free time to explore Niagara falls and Niagara-on-the-Lake and a local winery visit for wine tasting.
Enjoy a day trip from Toronto to Niagara Falls including personalized pickup and drop-off from your hotel. Stops include Niagara-on-the-Lake, Floral Clock, Smallest Chapel in the World, the hydro-power stations and a winery for wine tastings. Enjoy three hours free time in Niagara Falls. Tours are conducted by licensed Niagara Parks Commission Tour Guides and full commentary is given throughout the day. Return to Toronto around 6pm. Modern mini-coaches feature heating and air conditioning.
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ARCHITECTURE COURSE IS AWFUL. IF YOU WANT TO LEARN NOTHING ABOUT THE INDUSTRY AND MAKE MODELS OUT OF LEGO COME TO U OF T. I KNOW FOR A FACT THAT MOST ARCHITECTURE FIRMS WANT STUDENTS FROM RYERSON. I WAS ACCEPTED IN THE ARCHITECTURE PROGRAM AND THE FIRST THING THAT I LEARNED FROM STUDENTS IN THEIR MASTERS WAS THAT THEY WISHED THEY HAD NEVER GONE HERE. WHAT DOES THAT TELL YOU??? I QUICKLY TRANSFERRED AND GOT THE HELL OUT OF THERE. DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY DOING PROJECTS THAT MOST OF US DID IN NURSERY SCHOOL.
Fantastic campus. Looks like straight out of a movie scene. Really beautiful buildings and architecture.
They filmed Tommy Boy here. The college that Chris Farley graduated from in the movie, this is the college that they filmed it at. Pretty cool.
I enjoyed my 4 years at UofT. It was not easy but it was worth it. I realized this a few years after my graduation when I noticed how some of the skills I developed here put me so much ahead of the game. It's a big campus and some may think it's impersonal but there are so many small communities within the campus. There's something for everyone. You just have to get out there and look for a club or a community to join. I found that student support was great. I always had help whenever I needed it.
I did my undergraduate degree at university of Toronto and I regularly attend alumni events as well as other community engagement activities as much as I can. University of Toronto has a unique way of engaging its alumni and affiliates in an impactful manner that connects a network of communities around the Globe.
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