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Queen's Park Tours

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Queen's Park
Perhaps best known as the site of the Ontario Legislative Building, Queen’s Park is a verdant oasis offering respite from the buzz of downtown Toronto. You’ll find monuments and memorials, walking paths and benches, and lawns ideal for lounging.

The Basics
Wander around Queen’s Park following a tour of the stately Ontario Legislative Building, or head over after exploring busy Yonge Street. To see more of Toronto in less time, consider joining a comprehensive tour of the city—most visit Queen’s Park along with several other top attractions, from Dundas Square to St. Lawrence Market.

Things to Know Before You Go
  • Queen’s Park is a must for Toronto visitors looking for an urban enclave replete with ample green space and historic monuments and buildings.
  • If you’re a history fan, take a look at the park’s statues, including the likeness of Queen Victoria, and the grand statue of Sir John A. Macdonald, Canada’s first prime minister.

How to Get There
Centrally located Queen’s Park is easiest to reach by public transit. Take subway line 1 to Queen’s Park station, or the 306 or 506 light rail line to the College Street at University Avenue stop. You’ll find the park just north of these stops, at the end of University Avenue.

When to Get There

Most travelers prefer to visit Queen’s Park in spring, summer, or autumn, since Toronto winters tend to be cold and windy. Go in May to see the cherry trees bloom.

Visiting the Royal Ontario Museum
If you’re craving a dash of culture, spend a couple of hours at Toronto’s celebrated Royal Ontario Museum, just a short walk from Queen’s Park. Prebook your ticket to this popular family-friendly attraction, and enjoy access to four floors of galleries, and more than six million objects in the institution’s permanent collection. You’ll find exhibitions on everything from history and tattooing to the natural sciences—all under one roof.
Address: 111 Wellesley St W, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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Small Group Ultimate Toronto Tour - Private Safe TourHalf-day Tours

Small Group Ultimate Toronto Tour - Private Safe Tour

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Sample top Toronto sights during this comprehensive tour with a small group. Travel with no more than 11 guests as you explore landmarks like the sky-high CN Tower (including an obligatory observation deck visit) and the mysterious Casa Loma gothic castle before enjoying a scenic harbor boat cruise with great views of the Toronto skyline. Visits to other Toronto attractions including St. Lawrence Market, Queen's Park, and much more as well as round-trip hotel transport, and skip-the-line entrance.
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Luxury Small-Group Toronto City TourHalf-day Tours

Luxury Small-Group Toronto City Tour

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Discover the sights and sounds of downtown Toronto and beyond on this guided, 6-hour sightseeing tour. Visit some of the city’s most popular locations as well as a few hidden gems on an exciting, small-group adventure. See the iconic CN Tower and Rogers Centre, the Hockey Hall of Fame, Toronto City Hall, Queen’s Quay and the Harbourfront neighborhood, plus the historic Distillery District, multicultural Kensington Market, Chinatown, and much more. A local hotel pickup and drop-off are included on this comprehensive small-group tour.
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Guided Bicycle Tour - Midtown, Brickworks and Distillery DistrictMountain Bike Tours

Guided Bicycle Tour - Midtown, Brickworks and Distillery District

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Discover Toronto’s trendiest spots on a 3-hour bicycle tour that departs from a central downtown location. In addition to navigating the city’s best bike paths and alleyways, your guide offers little-known anecdotes and free time for photos at each stop on the itinerary. Highlights include Queen’s Park, the historic Distillery District, and two of the city’s hidden gems located in the lush Don Valley: Riverdale Farm and Evergreen Brickworks.
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