Guided Walking Tours Overview

Explore Toronto on one of small group walking tours or, on a private walking tour.

Quick Facts:

Availability:

Our tours operate multiple times per week. Please see our Tour Schedule for more information.

Duration of our tours:

2 to 3 hours

Maximum Number of Guests on Tour:

8 guests

Distance:

2.5-4.0 km / 3000-6500 steps

Breaks:

Tours with a duration of 2.5 hours or greater will include a 15 minute break.

Effort Level:

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

Group Tours Priced from:

$30

CAD per person

Private Tours Priced from:

$179

CAD per person

Our prices include:

  • 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 2-3 hour tours are designed to highlight many of the great neighbourhoods and areas that help make Toronto one of the world's great cities.

Our tours have been designed to include a bit of everything including history, a bit of culture and a bit about life in the city. Our guides have lived in this city for years and have seen it evolve over the years.

Our tours are very highly rated on TripAdvisor, Airbnb Experiences, and Google.

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

"...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.

Show Me The City

Toronto Walking Tour - Our most popular tour!

This tour has received 5 stars by over 95% of our guests. It is currently the most reviewed Airbnb Experience in Canada.

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

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 300,000 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
  • The Financial District
  • Assembly Chefs Hall

Market2Market

Toronto Walking Tour

Take a walk across the city of Toronto by going from one great city market to another.

This tour begins at the St. Lawrence market, (considered to be one of the world's great indoor food markets) and ends 3km (2miles) away at Toronto's favourite neighbourhood, Kensington Market.

On this tour you will see many of the sights which this city is known for including the Toronto Sign and the Flat Iron building

During our tour, we will step into the city's PATH system, also known as the underground city. On this part of the journey we will travel beneath many of the city's massive skyscrapers.

The tour then goes onto the west side of Toronto where we will see some of the historic buildings found downtown. We pass both the Art Gallery of Ontario and the Ontario College of Art & Design, both being spectacular modern buildings.

The tour then heads west into the city's main Chinatown with with its bustling streets before we reach our final destination of Kensington Market, (one of Canada's National Historic sites), with its eclectic atmosphere interesting shops and great places for good food.

  • St. Lawrence Market
  • Flat Iron Building
  • PATH - The underground city
  • City Hall
  • The Grange
  • Chinatown
  • Kensington Market

2 Villages & the main street

Toronto Walking Tour

The city of Toronto is full of many interesting unique neighbourhoods and is some time referred to as 'the city of neighbourhoods'. On this tour you will visit two very different but very popular neighbourhoods in the city. These are the village of Yorkville, one of the first villages to join the city of Toronto in the 1800s, Church-Wellesley neighbourhood, which is also known as the Gay Village (the symbolic centre of Toronto's huge LGBTQ+ community.

This tour will walk you through the grounds of 2 downtown University's, as well as 2 of the most exclusive shopping areas in North America. The tour ends outside the Eaton Centre at Yonge Dundas Square, and outdoor space surrounded by giant screen billboards and full of interesting people.

Places of interest you will see on your tour:

  • Royal Ontario Museum
  • The Village of Yorkville
  • Bloor Street West
  • Yonge Street
  • Church-Wellesley Village
  • Yonge-Dundas Square