- 3-hour walking tour of downtown Toronto
- Hear interesting stories about the city's historical triumphs and tragedies from your professional local guide
- Stroll through downtown Toronto's streets and explore underground tunnels
- Visit the world's longest street, Lake Ontario and much more
- Sample an award-winning beer at Steam Whistle Brewery
- Small-group tour with a maximum of 12 people ensures a personalized experience
What You Can Expect
Beginning under the bright lights billboards of Yonge-Dundas Square, your local guide will take you down part of the world's longest street, Yonge Street, and into the financial district, where some of Canada's tallest buildings create the famous city skyline.
Then, head below ground where the subway rumbles and thousands of people navigate the PATH, Toronto's underground walkway linking 17.4 miles (28 km) of shopping, services and entertainment. Your guide will highlight the most interesting stories and fun facts about this engineering marvel while leading you south toward Lake Ontario, where one of the worst nautical disasters in Canadian history took place, the SS Noronic cruise ship disaster of 1949.
During your journey, learn about Toronto’s best and worst historical moments in urban development, politics, sports and more; the best including Toronto winning 13 Stanley Cups and Toronto being the largest multicultural city in Canada, and the worst including the Great Fire of 1904. Finish your tour with a visit to the Steam Whistle Brewery, located in a restored locomotive roundhouse, where you’ll enjoy a refreshing sample of their signature pilsner.