In the course of its history Jarvis Street has
been the site of some of Toronto’s grandest homes and such disparate institutions as Havergal Ladies College, the Celebrity
Club, Moss Park Armouries, Jarvis Collegiate, the National Ballet, the Salvation Army, and the Red Lion Tavern. At its social
zenith in the Victorian and Edwardian periods it was the home of such leading families as Cawthras, Mullocks, and Masseys,
as well as such prominent men as Sir Lover Mowat, Sheriff Frederic Jarvis, Sir Charles Moss, and the George Gooderham, and
Sir Joseph Flavelle. Many of their homes has been demolished but many survive today with new owners. This Toronto Walking
Tour last two hours. Tours
begin at either 10 a.m. or 2 p.m. Meet at the corner of southwest corner of Jarvis and Bloor. Cost $25 per person.
information and/or reservations can be made by calling 416-367-0380 or email firstname.lastname@example.org . Reservation should
be made as soon as possible since it is on a first come first serve bases. On the day of the tour reservations can
be made right up to the tour's start provided you have talked to a live operator to confirm the tour.
Genova Tours (Toronto Jarvis Tours)
Rose Park Drive
Toronto, Canada, M4T1R5