Off Beaten Path Attractions in Toronto

Tourist attractions and traveler haunts only show one side of a place. So if you want to delve a little under the surface, you need to check out Toronto's off-the-beaten-path things to do. Carve some extra time out of your itinerary and discover the unusual, the unexpected and the unforgettable side of Toronto.

Casa Loma

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1 Austin Terrace
(At Spadina)

A quirky tale and taste of Toronto's Edwardian heritage...
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Theatre Passe Muraille

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16 Ryerson Ave
(At Wolsley)

Innovative and independent: the experimental Canadian stage...
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Redpath Sugar Museum

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95 Queen's Quay East
(at Cooper Street)

A sweet space...
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A Space Gallery

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401 Richmond Street W
Suite 110

Multi-disciplinary gallery that strives to make you think...
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St. Jacobs Farmers' Market

878 Weber St. N.

The largest year-round farmers' market in Canada...
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MADE

867 Dundas Street West

MADE In Toronto...
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Avec Plaisir

573 Danforth Avenue

Lovely Lingerie...
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Justina M. Barnicke Gallery at Hart House

7 Hart House Circle
At Hart House

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Annapurna Vegetarian Restaurant

1085 Bathurst Street

TO's original: a must for outstanding, budget-friendly veg food...
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Archive - Gallery and Art Library

883 Queen Street West

Showcasing Canada: a gallery and research resource in one!...
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Clothing Show

100 Princes' Boulevard
Automotive Building

New and vintage treasures...
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Lost World Tours

259 Sumach Street, Suite 215
(at Gerrard Street East)

Customized to taste...
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St Michael's Cathedral

65 Bond St
(corner of Shuter Street & Bond Street)

Spiritual signpost...
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Toronto Kayak & Canoe Adventures

Lakeshore & Parkside Drive

Canoe Keep Up...
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Toronto Fringe Festival

344 Bloor Street West, Suite 507

Alternative Performances...
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Distillery Historic District

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55 Mill Street, Building 32
(At Cherry)

A cobblestone and brick arts and culture haven — with good food and great coffee!...
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Queen Street West

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Queen Street West & Bathhurst St

Full of boutiques, brunch hot spots and loads of young people...
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Kensington Market

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67 Kensington Avenue
(at Dundas Street West)

The Disneyland of market culture — particularly on weekends...
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Bata Shoe Museum (The)

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327 Bloor St. W
At St. George St

12,500 rare, foot-related artifacts from all over the world...
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Ashbridge's Bay Park

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Lakeshore Boulevard E
(at Coxwell Road)

2.68 km of walking trails and picnics on the beach...
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