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Casa Loma: Sightseeing Tours of Toronto's Past

Perched at the highest point in Toronto, this medieval-styled castle, built in 1914, overlooks the city's downtown area. Designed by the famous E. J. Lennox, this "house on a hill" was once the home of the prominent financier, Sir Henry Pellatt. This 98-roomed castle comes complete with gargoyles galore and at least two secret passages. Lavish gardens filled with fountains and sculptures are scattered throughout this 200,000 square foot estate. Don't be surprised if you recognize Casa Loma, as it has appeared in many feature films and television shows. There are also self-guided tours available of the castle in both English and French, and the building serves as a unique venue for special events.
 

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Prices -

Ticket price includes the use of a multimedia tour guide and viewing of the Pellatt documentary.
 
  • Adults (18-59): $25
  • Seniors (60+) or Youth (14 - 17): $20
  • Children (4-13): $15
  • Ages 3 and under are free
 
 

Hours -

 Open daily from 9:30 am - 5 pm.  Casa Loma closes at 1 pm on Christmas Eve and Closed Christmas Day.
 

Events

  • Casa Loma Escape
  • Symphony in the Gardens
  • Legends of Horror
 
 

Activities

  • Group Tours
  • Galleries
  • Documentary Viewing
  • Dining
  • Special Events
  • Gift Shop
 

FAQs

  • Do they have any public parking spots nearby?

    Casa Loma offers its guests a paid parking lot for a flat-fee of $10 per vehicle. There is also additional parking available nearby at George Brown College, just south of the house on a hill.
  • Are you allowed to climb to the top of the castle?

    Yes, in fact it is encouraged, as it offers visitors breathtaking views of Toronto.  There is a price though, beware of the many steps to get to the top.
 

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