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“Beautiful Campus”

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 August 3, 2013

Took a lovely walk through the University of Toronto Campus. Lots of older buildings with character, and some newer buildings that were ugly, but the landscaping, plantings and gardens were just wonderful! Made me want to go back to college.

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Reviewed July 30, 2013

Great experience and source of information if you have someone considering U of T. If you want to talk to the Recruitment officers make an appointment. They were very busy.

Thank Queenieliz
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Reviewed July 29, 2013

The Oldest building in Toronto compose an impressive Campus that rivals any other in my opinion is an evolving wonder that is the core of our beautiful city! Lectures are open even to tourists, non students making it an educational experience as well!

Thank Vladimir N
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Reviewed July 29, 2013

UofT is spread out with many beautiful, green walks through tall, stately, interesting, very old buildings and some very new, all with very distinct architectural styles, blending together to make a very interesting walking tour. I would suggest you start along College Street and University, ending up on Bloor Street where you can then pop across to Yorkville and window shop at the very expensive stores, or visit the Royal Ontario Museum or the Gardiner Ceramic Museum (opposite the ROM).

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Reviewed July 25, 2013

I enjoy going for a run in the early morning hours.

Lots of beautiful, old historic buildings, feels like England.

There is also a nice campus book store, on the corner of College and St. George.

Thank thomaslegner
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