The Cultural Heritage Landscape of Leaside Walking Tour invites you into a thriving midtown suburb of Toronto, Ontario, to see, experience, understand, and appreciate Leaside’s distinctive physical and social character that is derived from its natural environment, its settlement history, and planned development. Today’s residential Leaside is a composite of the natural and pre-settlement landscape, the settlement landscape, the “model garden city” design of Frederick Todd (1912), the establishment of the Town of Leaside, the residential development in the late 1930s to the 1950s, through to its modern and contemporary development. To begin your tour on the Driftscape app click here.
Cultural Heritage Landscape of Leaside Walking Tour
- House Museum/Homestead
- Millwood Rd & Donegall Drive, Toronto, ON, Canada
- Guided Tour
Millwood Rd & Donegall Drive, Toronto, ON, Canada
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