This tour features buildings and landscapes from the 1950s to 2018 – and we even give you a glimpse of some of the projects to come in the coming years! Some highlights include Sick Kids Atrium (Zeidler Roberts Partnership, 1993), Shell Oil Building (Marani & Morris, 1961), the University Avenue Medians (Dunnington-Grubb & Stensson, 1961) and the Four Season Centre for the Perfoming Arts (Diamond Schmitt Arhcitects, 2006).
WHERE: North-east corner of University Avenue and College Street. The tour finishes near the Queen Subway Station.
WHEN: Sundays June 9, July 14, August 11, September 15. Be sure to use the drop-down menu when purchasing tickets to see all the ticket dates!
TICKETS: TSA Members get 50% off regular ticket price for one ticket per tour per season. 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: Toronto Architecture Tours offers 3 regular walking tours featuring contemporary Toronto architecture. From city landmarks to hidden gems, learn the stories behind the buildings, landscapes and art that make Toronto a one of a kind city with our architecture walking tours! Join the Toronto Society of Architects’ guided outdoor walking tours for a 2 hour journey happening every weekend and holiday Monday from the first weekend in June to the first weekend in October.