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With almost 200 years of architectural history, the University of Toronto’s St George Campus is one of the most unique and remarkable architectural collections in Canada. Join us on this walk as we explore some of its contemporary gems – from monumental concrete additions to context sensitive renovations, as well as the numerous open spaces that tie the campus together. Highlights include Sir Norman Foster’s Leslie Dan Pharmacy Building, the Brutalist classic Robarts Library and the recently completed Goldring Centre for High Performance Sport.
WHERE: In front of the Terrence Donnelly Centre at 160 College Street. The tour finishes at Philosopher’s Walk.
WHEN: Weekly on Sundays. Be sure to use the drop-down menu when purchasing tickets to see all the ticket dates!
TICKETS: TSA Members are invited to bring one free guest to any tour they attend! Simply use the promo code provided in your membership bulletin to access a special ticket offer for one additional free ticket. Children ages 12 and under are free, provided they are accompanied by a paying adult.
TICKET SALES CLOSE 15 minutes before the tour start time. Cash tickets may be available directly from the tour guide at the start of the tour if it is not sold out. If you have not purchased a ticket in advance, please arrive at least 10 minutes early to allow time for the ticket sale. Please bring exact change as tour guides do not carry change.
ABOUT THE TORONTO SOCIETY OF ARCHITECTURE TOURS: Join the Toronto Society of Architects’ guided outdoor walking tours and learn about some of the city’s best contemporary architecture! Our highly trained volunteer guides will tell the stories behind the buildings, and explain the context, details, and unusual features that make these buildings notable – bringing the city to life. Be sure to check out our three other tours: the University Avenue Tour, the Arts and Performance Tour, and the Towers Tour.