Guided Walking Tours Overview

Explore Toronto with one of our scheduled small group walking tours

Quick Facts:


Multiple times per week. Please see our Tour Schedule for more information.

Duration of Tour:

2 to 3 hours

Maximum Number of Guests on Tour:

10 guests


2.5-4.0 km / 3000-6500 steps


There is a break approximately midway through the tour.

Effort Level:

Due to the length of these tours, effort level is medium.

Pricing from:


CAD per person

Prices vary by tour.

Price includes:

  • Applicable fees and taxes

Cancellation Policy for Group Tours

100% Refundable, if cancelled 48 hrs or more in advance of tour start time.
50% Refundable, if cancelled 24 hours - 48 hours in advance of tour start time.
No Refund, if cancelled within 24 hours of tour start time.

Cancellation Policy for Private Tours

100% Refundable, if cancelled more than 72 hours in advance of the tour start time.  
50% Refundable, if cancelled 24 hours to 72 hours before the tour start time
No Refund, if cancelled withing 24 hours of tour start time.

Toronto is known as the 'city of neighbourhoods,' and the best way to explore them is by joining one of our more leisurely walking tours, led by an expert Toronto guide. Our half-day tours is designed to highlight a few of the great neighbourhoods that help make Toronto the world-class city that it is. Sample some food in the eclectic neighbourhood of Kensington Market, bargain for clothing in the hustle and bustle of Chinatown, or simply enjoy the serenity and beauty of Lake Ontario while sitting back in a large Muskoka chair.  These extended tours provide  you with the time needed to make you feel you are a part of  the unique neighbourhoods that make up this great city.


PATH: Toronto's Underground City

Toronto Walking Tour

The PATH is Toronto’s underground city that connects over 70 buildings in the downtown core and has over 200,000 people moving through it on a daily basis.

The PATH is over 30km in length and contains over 1200 shops and services. By many it’s called a maize and it is not uncommon to lose your way.

The PATH provides the ability for workers downtown to walk without a jacket on throughout the downtown area, when temperatures drop in the middle of winter.

Places of interest you will see on your tour:

  • Maple Leaf Square
  • Union Station
  • Brookfield Place
  • City Hall
  • Eaton Centre
  • Yonge Dundas Square

Bay Street and The Islands

Toronto Walking Tour

On this tour you will see 2 distinct sides of the city of Toronto.  For the first half of the tour, we walk through the hustle and bustle of Toronto’s financial District.  We learn about the two City Halls in the City, explore some unique urban spaces, and then head into Toronto’s famous underground city – the PATH.  The tour makes its way to the Jack Layton Ferry Terminal, where we board a Toronto Island Ferry and take on of the most photo friendly ferry rides on the planet.

We then spend about an hour learning about the island, and enjoying the views and the serenity.

Places of interest you will see on your tour:

  • City Hall
  • Brookfield Place
  • Union Station
  • Jack Layton Ferry Terminal
  • Wards Island

Queen Street West / Chinatown / Kensington Market

Toronto Walking Tour

If you love to shop, you will love this tour.  On this tour we will explore three of the great shopping districts in the city of Toronto. From high end and trendy fashions, to funky and eclectic vintage clothing stores to Asian food markets, this tour has it all. After 2.5 hours, you will feel like you have travelled across three different continents.

Places of interest you will see on your tour:

  • Grange Park
  • Osgoode Hall
  • Graffiti Alley
  • Chinatown
  • Kensington Market
  • Toronto City Hall

"Guides were warm, informative and insightful."  Vijay K.


Show Me The City!

Toronto Walking Tour - Our most popular tour.

A 3-hour tour, highlighting some of the great sites and attractions in the city centre. If you would like to get a true feel for the city of Toronto, this tour covers all the bases. In the Old Town, you will learn a bit about the history of Toronto.  At the waterfront, you will experience the tranquility of walking along the lake, and in the Entertainment district, you will see where Toronto goes to see live theatre, the symphony, and its sports teams.

Places of interest you will see on your tour:

  • St. Lawrence Market
  • Harbourfront
  • Roundhouse Park
  • Entertainment District
  • Brookfield Place

The North

Toronto Walking Tour

Just a few blocks north from the big tourists sites, is Uptown Toronto. This area is home to many great areas that tourists don't always find. These areas include, Bloor Street, Toronto's high-end fashion street; the Univerisity of Toronto and its spectacular campus; The Royal Ontario Museum; Yorkville, once a village for Toronto's counter culture of the 60's now a beautiful village of high end shops and great cafes and restaurants. This area is also home to "The Village", Canada's largest LGBTQ community, This tour is perfect for those who have been to the city a few times, and now want to explore beyond the main attractions of the downtown care

Places of interest you will see on your tour:

  • Royal Ontario Museum
  • Yorkville
  • The Bloor Street Culture Corridor
  • University of Toronto
  • The Village

Yonge Street / Church Street

Toronto Walking Tour

Yonge Street is the spine of the city of Toronto.  It runs up the centre of the city, dividing the city into east and west. It’s a street where Toronto comes to celebrate, protest and to shop. You will go through the Gay Village of Toronto, learning about its history. You will also see Maple Leaf Gardens, once known as the Taj Mahal of hockey, now a home for food lovers...

Places of interest you will see on your tour:

  • Eaton Centre
  • Yonge Dundas Square
  • The PATH
  • The Gay Village
  • Brookfield Place

"...showed me much more than the hop on/off bus... loved it."
Suzy S.

"...had a great time with a very knowledgeable guide. Highly recommend this tour"
Kimberly B.