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“University that is integrated into the city”

University of Toronto
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University of Toronto Ghost Walking Tour
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Toronto Small-Group City Tour
Ranked #15 of 522 things to do in Toronto
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Reviewed May 24, 2012

There are some campuses, for example, at Queen's Park and on St. George. However, there are many buildings that are found in other places along Bloor and St. Charles as well as a Scarborough campus. Huge university so lots of university feel as professors frequently live and rent out to students in the Annex.

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Reviewed May 22, 2012

There is history on the campus ranging from the ghosts to the movie sets. Take a tour and really enjoy the sites. Last time I walked through there I saw a group from "Hogwarts" making a video! Never know what you will find.

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Reviewed May 22, 2012

I had a wonderfully informative meeting with people at the First Nations House. Thank you so much to the team there.

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Reviewed May 20, 2012

Beautiful campus, good place for picnic or walk. Really lovely old trees. Quiet and peaceful amid a busy city

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Reviewed May 17, 2012

Very unusual - who knew there was so much to know about shoes? The Chinese footbinding shoes are heartbreaking, the criminal shoes (with backwards footprints), the beading on First Nations shoes....Celebrity shoes, the role of footwear in society - it really is an unusual and interesting museum. Crafts for kids on most weekends (e.g., paint a pair of clogs, try on some cool shoes).

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