Toronto Society of Architects launches new season of walking tours

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The Toronto Society of Architects (TSA) has launched a new season of its walking tours program exploring the stories behind Toronto’s buildings and landscapes.

Now in their 12th season, the TSA’s walking tours celebrate Toronto’s built environment through well-researched tours delivered by a group of volunteer tour guides. The tours have been carefully designed to include a mix of landmarks and hidden gems woven together in five unique thematic tours highlighting the city’s history while touching on issues of contemporary design.

This year’s offerings range from walks through the financial district exploring the evolution of the skyscraper to a tour highlighting the bold contemporary buildings that house some of Canada’s preeminent art institutions.

All tours are 90-120 minutes in length and cost $15 per person.

The 2022 season will run from the first weekend of June to the first weekend of October with tours offered at multiple times every Saturday and Sunday.

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