The Toronto Society of Architects (TSA) is getting ready to launch its sixth season delivering guided walking tours under the banner Toronto Architecture Tours (TAT). Three tours are offered, each showcasing 10-14 significant examples of contemporary architecture in downtown Toronto. The tours are almost exclusively outdoors, and each is approximately two hours long and cost just $10. All buildings on the tours are vetted and selected by a panel of some of Toronto’s leading architects.
“While Toronto may not be the first city that pops into your head when someone asks what city has great architecture, Toronto boasts a world-class mix of both heritage and modern architecture designed by local and internationally acclaimed architects,” said TSA Chair Jason Dobbin.