Casa Loma can be reached by subway exit at Dupont and then a walk following signs (which provide good directions all the way from the subway to the castle).
It was great to see a piece of Toronto history and architecture. I liked that they had audio guides included in the cost of admission. I actually listed to most recordings for the various rooms of the castle.
I also didn't realise how many films shot scenes there and if we hadn't gone looking for the cafe for some water I wouldn't have have seen all the film posters with notes about which rooms were used for each particular film.
It would have been nice for that info to be the in the audio guides as it's a huge place and the posters were right downstairs in the basement.
Thought the price of admission was a bit steep, but look out for coupons they are in all the travel brochures you'll pick up and I looked afterwards and found a good deal.
Also did not like climbing numerous staircases to reach the top of the torrent
(I think that's what it's called), for an amazing view of Toronto to find out you can't actually get outside to see the view, you have have tiny little windows to peep through. I wouldn't have bothered and could have spent that time exploring the connecting tunnels to the stables.
Overall though it's well preserved and in summer with the garden in bloom it was a nice way to spend the morning.
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