Waterfront and Wetlands Tour explores the ever-changing waterfront, going back 100 years to see how people and natural events have shaped the shoreline and our city’s most important natural resource.
This two-part tour explores key curriculum points on immigration, cultural diversity and financial literacy, and is especially aimed at Grades 6-8, but can work for higher or lower grades too.
What makes some messages powerful? This two-hour walk from CBC’s headquarters to Queen Street looks at how stories are produced, asks students to become reporters and explores advertising on the street.
Revitalize This! The Urban Geography Tour explores two neighbourhoods with a shared history but different outcomes — Victorian Cabbagetown and Regent Park.
Stand beside a living wall and discover food-filled gardens to see how Canada’s biggest university campus is going green. See the University of Toronto’s gorgeous grounds and historic buildings from a sustainable perspective.
Gaze up at Canada’s biggest indoor mural, explore two hidden art galleries, and learn about the city’s history through its architectural wonders. Don’t forget your camera and sketchpad!