Revitalize This! The Urban Geography Tour

Revitalize This! The Urban Geography Tour explores two neighbourhoods with a shared history but different outcomes — Victorian Cabbagetown and Regent Park. On this interactive walk participants discover the forces that shaped the villages, and explore the $1 billion plan that is making Regent Park into a model of social inclusion and sustainability.
 

Highlights

• In Regent Park, discover street planning, food deserts and components of a healthy neighbourhood

• Get an up-close look at the $1 billion revitalization plan that promises to turn Regent into one of the most important ‘hoods in the world

• Social integration debate: will mixing social classes help Regent Park?

• In Cabbagetown we see an urban farm, debate gentrification, introduce Jane Jacob’s urban planning principles and look at public housing done right

 
Tours are available year-round for groups of two or more. Reservations required. Book now!
 

**Starts in Regent Park at Parliament and Gerrard streets. Ends on Parliament Street, in the heart of Cabbagetown. Fast food outlets galore, or students can bring a lunch and eat in Riverdale Park.

Cost: $30 per person. Discounts available for seniors. For student rates, please see our Educational Walking Tours. Cash or cheques accepted. No Credit Cards.