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 take you to iconic buildings designed by world-renowned architects and explain the design context, details, and unusual features that make these buildings notable. Fun and informative, Toronto Architecture Tours provide the stories behind the buildings and demonstrate why architecture is such a powerful communications tool for businesses, organizations, and the city.
Toronto’s Art & Performance Tour
Some of Toronto's most exciting contemporary buildings are related to art, theatre, and cinema. Our walking tour features dynamic and controversial structures designed by top international and Canadian architects. You'll see some of the results of Toronto's recent Cultural Renaissance, an exciting program of buildings that solidified our city's reputation as a world class arts centre.
||Weekly on Saturday mornings from 10 am to 12 noon|
|DISTANCE:||Approx 2.3 km with some stairs to and from buildings; accessibilty can be accommodated.
|Near St. Andrew subway station (exact location provided with your e-Ticket); Finish: Near St. Patrick subway station|
** ONLINE ticket sales close at 6:00PM on the Friday evening before the tour. CASH TICKETS may be available directly from the guide at the start of each tour if not sold out.** Please email walk@TorontoSoceityofArchitects.ca for info and meeting spot.
Children age 12 and under are free provided they are accompanied by a paying adult.
TSA Members in good standing may bring one (1) complimentary guest. Use the promo code provided with your membership or email Membership@TorontoSocietyofArchitects.ca to confirm your membership standing and get your promo code to access your special member tickets.
Tickets are non-refundable and non-exchangeable withint 24 hours of your registered tour date/time. To cancel tickets for a previously purchased tour, please email email@example.com.
Tours are conducted entirely by trained volunteers who are passionate about buildings and people. If you enjoy your tour, please feel free to tip the guides! Got feedback or comments? Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a review on our Trip Advisor page.
The Toronto Architecture Tours are organized and run by the Toronto Society of Architects. Special thanks to the OAA for its generous financial support and to our volunteers who make it all possible!
..in-kind support from Montgomery Sisam Architects who provide meeting space for our guide orientation and training.
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AGO, 2003-2008 Gehry International Architects with Adamson Associates Architects
Established in 1887, the Toronto Society of Architects (TSA) is a non-profit volunteer-based organization comprised of architects, professionals from sister organizations, and members of the community that are interested in architecture and urban issues. The TSA is the local Chapter of the Ontario Association of Architects (OAA), which is the licensing and regulatory body that governs the practice of architecture in Ontario.
The TSA plays an advocacy role in the City, ensuring that architecture and design are key considerations in public discussions and in processes that have an impact on our urban environment.
The TSA organizes and sponsors a wide variety of initiatives including exhibitions, tours, publications, competitions, forums, film series and celebrations that engage the architectural profession, its sister disciplines, and the public. An elected Executive, comprised of volunteers, undertakes and directs these initiatives throughout the year. We strive to promote and advance the role of architecture and design in Toronto’s dynamic community.
Membership in the TSA is open to all with an interest in Toronto architecture and urban issues. Please consider joining!
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