Toronto the City That Never Sleeps
Toronto officially became a city on March 6,1834.Prior to that in 1793 it was named York. Today it is has been the affectionately nicknamed “The Six”. Always reinventing itself, forever evolving, it is the city that never sleeps.Gleaming new towers sit beside beautiful historic buildings. With a foot in the past and eye to the future, Toronto has never been afraid to revere the past and embrace the future simultaneously.
Previously the historic Gooderham & Worts Distillery, now unique restaurants & boutiques!
Explore this timeless theatre complex - the world’s last operating double-decker theatre.
This National Historic Site is home to the head office of the Ontario Heritage Trust.
Toronto, Ontario to Toronto, Ontario
TV shows filmed at historic places across Canada
Lunenburg, Nova Scotia to Richmond, British Columbia 5 places
The film and television industry love using historic places as part of their sets for their cinematic creations because historic places tell stories, and they create a nostalgic backdrop for modern stories. Next time you watch your favourite shows, you might just catch a glimpse of a quaint historic fishing village in Nova Scotia or spy a […]
All Aboard! Awesome locations for Transportation and Architecture enthusiasts of all ages
Toronto, Ontario to Stirling, Alberta 13 places
For lovers of transit, transportation, and the industrial/scientific revolution.
Banff, Alberta to Rycroft, Alberta 5 places
Dunvegan Provincial Park is a great place to camp & tour the historical trading post!
My Hopeful list!
Chambly, Québec to Vancouver, British Columbia 7 places
A mix of places I have seen and enjoyed and beautiful settings I hope to visit!