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Gooderham and Worts Distillery National Historic Site of Canada

Trinity Street, Toronto, Ontario

The Gooderham and Worts Complex includes 30 brick and stone industrial buildings, some of which are attached to one another, located on 13 acres of land at the intersection of…

Don Brewery

19R River Street, Toronto, Ontario

The 3-storey, brick, Lager Brewery building of the former Don Brewery in Toronto was built in 1876-1877 and is recognized for its heritage value by City of Toronto Bylaw 1966-0255.

Front Street East 49

49 Front Street East, Toronto, Ontario

This is the east end unit of an 1872, triple storefront, commercial block at Toronto's historic waterfront. In the Second Empire style, it features a cast iron facade. It is…

Bank of Upper Canada Building National Historic Site of Canada

252 Adelaide Street East, Toronto, Ontario

The Bank of Upper Canada building is an early 19th-century, two-and-a-half-storey, Neoclassical stone building. It is located on Adelaide Street in downtown Toronto. The formal…

Winchester Hotel and Winchester Hall

531, Parliament St, Toronto, Ontario

The imposing 3½-storey red brick Winchester Hotel with a 2½-storey red brick south wing, and the adjoining two-storey red brick Winchester Hall are located on the southeast corner…

Old Toronto City Hall and York County Court House National Historic Site of Canada

60 Queen Street West, Toronto, Ontario

The Old Toronto City Hall and York County Court House is a massive, sandstone building in the Richardsonian Romanesque style. Built over an 11-year period from 1889 to 1899, it is…

Osgoode Hall National Historic Site of Canada

130 Queen Street West, Toronto, Ontario

Osgoode Hall is a stately, Palladian-style building, erected in stages throughout the mid-19th century. It is surrounded by grassed lawns, and separated from the street by a stone…

Union Station (Canadian Pacific and Grand Trunk) National Historic Site of Canada

65-71 Front Street West, Toronto, Ontario

Union Station is an early 20th-century, Beaux-Arts-style, stone railway terminal. It is prominently located on the south side of Front Street in downtown Toronto, taking up the…

Union Station

65-71 Front Street, Toronto, Ontario

Toronto’s Union Station is a monumental five-storey Beaux Arts building in the heart of downtown Toronto. It can be readily identified by the massive pillars of its colonnaded…

Chapel of St. James-the-Less National Historic Site of Canada

635 Parliament Street, Toronto, Ontario

The Chapel of St. James-the-Less is a mid-19th-century funeral chapel built of stone in the High Victorian Gothic Revival style. The chapel is picturesquely set atop a small…

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