I was not particularly amazed by the casa loma, it seems a bit expensive for what it is. I liked the view of the city from there though.
I got married in the conservatory at Casa Loma and it was picture perfect! The grounds of this historic castle are spectacular for pictures and it is one of the more unique places that Toronto has to offer. After the ceremony, guests are welcomed to roam around the castle at their leisure. I've also been to Casa Loma for a... More
Such an awesome place! The only true castle in North America and an absolutely stunning place. Don't miss the stables, across the street! A definite must for architecture & history buffs!
What a beautiful place. I visited this as I am a massive film fan and seeing the rooms/ locations for some of my favourite films in the flesh, was fantastic. Casa Loma offers free interactive audio tours of the property - it is well worth using these as they are insightful and not boring with the interactive feature. There are... More
It's not a castle like you'll find in Europe, but it is certainly the next best thing you'll find without crossing the pond. This place is architecturally cool, makes for a great tour of what was leading edge in Toronto many years ago, and has an excellent history collection from WWI and II eras, among others. Also has some amazing... More
i think this place was fascinating! and adventurous to. they even put it in a movie. the place is so cool an amazing! hope to see you there! best place ever! you should really come! the stairs is a little creepy but the rest is cool!
Caught the metro out to the castle, very easy to get there and to find as it was well signed. The castle was amazing and really well looked after inside also - you shouldn't miss it while in Toronto.
Casa Loma is beautiful, and looked especially gorgeous all decorated for Christmas. I definitely recommend the self-guided audio tour headphones that tell you about each room. There is not a lot of information posted to read, so without the audio tour you will miss out on the history and explanations of each room. Some of the audio tour stops are... More
We just visited Toronto and included Casa Loma as one of our stops. We took the subway most of the way and then walked up Baldwin Steps to the Castle. The rooms were decorated for the Christmas season. We enjoyed the self-guided tour that was available. We also took advantage of getting a photo in period costumes. The history was... More
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