Meet at 10 am at the St Lawrence Market at the SW corner of Jarvis and Front Street inside the main entrance.
Three hours at a distance of approximatley three miles. Cost $10. Confirmation must be made before hand by calling Bill Genova at 416-367-0380.
- Meeting at St Lawrence Market inside the main entrance of the South market. A short history of why Toronto was located here and an overview of its history.
- Moving out to George St, one block away, the eastern boundary of the Old Town of York and proceeding north up two blocks to Adelaide
- On Adelaide visit the Upper Canada Bank, Da LaSalle Institute, the Post Office, Campbell House, Christie Biscuits
- Travel Frederick St south to Front St, hearing of Quinton St. George and Alexander Wood.
- Travel east on Front St viewing the industrial buildings now converted to other uses
- Visit Berkeley Castle and the Esplande
- Visit the site of the first Parliament building
- Drop in of the Distillery District at Gooderham & Worts
- See the oldest school operating in Toronto which is also the site of a black man and woman who founded Toronto's first cab company
- Travel north to the Enoch Turner school house and Little Trinity Church
- Travel up Power Street past where Providence House was and visit historic St. Paul's Bascilica
- Travel east on Queen viewing the Dominion Hotel and Brewery
- Stop at the Berkeley Church now an event centre
- Walk south on Berkeley taking in the Christie Stables, Firehouse theatre, workmen houses
- At corner of Berkeley and King hear of Berkeley House, the duel fought there and the history of the other corners
- Travel west along King being told the history of each of the corners and how York grew westward along King
- Here the story of the St Lawrence Hall
- Locating on King St the horse trough, memorial fountain, outdoor sculpture garden
- St James Cathedral, Toronto's first church
- Courthouse Square where Toronto's jail and courthouse was located
- Historic Toronto Street
- Toronto's first jail located where the King Edward is
- South down Leader Lane
- View the Colborne Block
- Hearing the story of Wellington St in Victorian times now gone
- Visit Toronto's Grand Truck Railway station where the Hummingbird Centre is
- The wonderful buildings on the south side of Front St still standing
- Arrival back at St Lawrence Market