Likkle Heritage Treasure Hunt

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Likkle Heritage Treasure Hunt

Challenge yourself, friends and family to a treasure hunt of the rich heritage in Little Jamaica and take the chance to win amazing prizes.

By Heritage Toronto

When and where

Date and time

Sat, Jun 3, 2023 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM EDT


South-west corner of Green P Parking Lot 664 1607 Eglinton Avenue West Toronto, ON M6E 2H1 Canada

Refund Policy

No Refunds

About this event

  • 5 hours
  • Mobile eTicket

Join Heritage Toronto for a heritage treasure hunt like never before. Uncover the vibrant history of the Caribbean community in Little Jamaica through food, music and the stories of the people who have lived and worked in the neighborhood.

Take a delicious taste test of Jamaican and Caribbean cuisine (limited quantity), listen for clues in the groove of the reggae tunes, try your hand at black hair care and answer some trivia questions.

The treasure hunt will be hosted and facilitated through the Goosechase App. Treasure hunt participants will need a smartphone with iOS or Android system and connection to the internet.

Learn all about how to play and what to expect on our website here.

The team with the highest points will receive a Grand Prize package including special lunch with Nadine Spencer, CEO of the Black Business and Professional Association and a high value Cadillac Fairview Gift Card.

Safety and Accessibility

Please note that this is a busy area of the city, so be mindful of personal safety on the street. There may be limited opportunities to sit during this event. We ask for your help and patience in making the experience as safe as possible for everyone. All participants are welcome to wear a mask.

If you have any questions prior to the event, please contact us at

About the organizer

Organized by
Heritage Toronto

Heritage Toronto is a charity and agency of the City of Toronto that celebrates and commemorates the city's rich heritage and the diverse stories of its people, places, and events. Through our programs, including walking tours, State of Heritage Report, and historical plaques, we engage the public to reflect on the past—both to make sense of our present and to inform our future.