Guided Toronto Walking Tour


This tour is run multiple times per week

Duration of Tour:

2.5 - 3 hours

Maximum Number of Guests on Tour:

8 guests


3.5 km / 6500-7500 steps

Effort Level:

Low/Medium (No major stairs or hills, moderate pace)

Starting Point:

This tour begins at the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) at the southwest corner of Avenue Rd and Bloor Street. More information about the starting location will be in your tour confirmation email.

Ending Point:

The tour ends at Yonge - Dundas Square, which is across the street from the Eaton Centre, the city's main shopping area.

Group Tour Price:

(All prices in Canadian Dollars CAD)


CAD per person

Price includes:

  • Applicable fees and taxes


This tour is available 7 days a week

Booking a Private Tour:

Please contact us at with the date / time and tour you are interested in having as a private tour. We will get back to you as quick as we can.


2.5-3 hours


5.0 km / 3.5 miles / 6500 steps

Starting Point:

Royal Ontario Museum

End Point:

Yonge-Dundas Square

Starting Time:

Private tours are typically scheduled at 9:00am or at 1:00pm. Please contact us if you would like a private tour at an alternate time.

Pricing from:



Price includes:

  • Applicable fees and taxes
  • You, and up to 7 of your guests

(Additional guests are always welcome, however there is an additional fee for each guest)

Private Tour Cancellation Policy

100% Refund

  • if cancelled more than 72 hours  in advance of tour start time

50% Refund

  • if cancelled 24 to 72 hours  in advance of tour start time

No Refund

  • if cancelled within 24 hours of the tour start time

2 Villages & the main street

This tour goes through many of the great areas of the city which are overlooked by many who visit the city of Toronto.

Bloor St. West, where the tour begins, is home to many high end shops and boutiques as well as many of the cultural institutions that exist in the city. It is also the location of the University of Toronto, one of the world's leading universities.

The tour heads in to Yorkville, an area that was one of the first villages to be developed outside of the city's original boundaries. The area became a haven for the counter culture (hippies) in the 1960's and early 70s.  Yorkville is now one of the most exclusive shopping areas in North America with numerous 5 star hotels, beautiful quiet shopping streets, top notch restaurants, bistros as well as independent coffee shops.

The tour heads down Yonge Street, the city's main street. We head into the Church Wellesley Village, which is the centre of the city's LGBTQ+ community. We then make our way down to the core of the city and end the tour at Yonge-Dundas Square. An area surrounded by massive giant video screens.

By the end of this tour, you will have visited many of the city's great areas which are typically missed by the average visitor.

Cancellation Policy

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.

The main street &
the villages


USA / June 2017


We had a great time with a very knowledgeable tour guide. We highly recommend this tour!!




Very interesting and wide-ranging tour of Toronto. Learned a lot, had fun, and loved getting to learn the “local charm.” Dave was knowledgeable, helpful, friendly, and fantastic...couldn’t ask for more in a walking tour guide! Thanks for enhancing our trip.

Guest Reviews v

Experience the less travelled, but equally  interesting side of downtown Toronto. The tour begins in what is known as the culture corridor, an area which which is full of museums, music halls and cultural centres. The tour then goes through Queens Park, location of the Ontario Legislature.
We head into Yorkville, home to many of the city's most expensive shops. We then head to Yonge Street which is the city's main street. We visit the Church Wellesley Village, centre of Toronto's large LGBTQ+ community.
Our tour ends at Dundas Square - a public square home to live concerts and surrounded by giant video screens.


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