We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
Canada's majestic castle and Toronto’s premier historic attraction. In 1911, Sir Henry Pellatt engaged noted architect E.J. Lennox to help him realize a lifelong dream,the creation of an Edwardian castle on the top of a hill overlooking Toronto. It...more
All reviews audio tour beautiful castle underground tunnel sir henry pellatt x men secret passages real castle self guided interesting history own pace toronto history great place to visit cn tower stables mansion movie basement
We reached the castle on the subway. There are a lot of stairs to climb up to the castle and inside. It is an amazing building with some very beautiful rooms. I loved the conservatory and Lady Mary's suite. Great views over Toronto. You can...More
This historic landmark, perched in a neighbourhood overlooking downtown Toronto, is simply AMAZING. It has been preserved as a showcase of how the very rich lived. In addition to the building the grounds are well kept and inviting.
We had the opportunity to attend a...More
I attended the high tea yesterday with 3 wonderful girlfriends. The Tea itself was very nice, tasty and good value. The setting, we were in the library was lovely. A few minor complaints, it felt a bit rushed, some of the food served was cold,...More
A lot of Toronto history and history on how the castle came to be. If you're interested in Girl Guides of Canada history, they have a section dedicated to the castle owner's wife's involvement in the organization.
Of course, being an old building, many areas...More
This is a gorgeous home and one that you will easily spend 2, 3, or more hours at as you wander around the 98 rooms, all decorated exquisitely. There's a nice view of downtown from the terrace out back, along with a small casual restaurant...More
Beautiful house with a tremendous history. Located on a little hill, the house is gorgeous and has lots of surprises, like secret staircases and underground tunnels. Lots of films have used the grounds and building for filming
The feeling of warmth, chivalry and historical radiance is felt when walking through Casa Loma. The scenery, especially in the summer, gives one a sense of nature in the city and a chance to dream about days gone by when chivalry was so in vogue....More
I did the Casa Loma tour last Autumn because I had people visiting from Europe. Being European myself, paying to see a "castle" barely 100 years old seems a bit expensive. Toronto is such a new city that I guess it's more impressive here compared...More
Response from PanchitoMontreal | Reviewed this property |
Hi, there are lots of things for kids as the theme being Christmas it is set up for families. As for them running around it may be difficult as Casa Loma is so crowded sometimes that it makes it difficult to have an open... More
Hi, there are lots of things for kids as the theme being Christmas it is set up for families. As for them running around it may be difficult as Casa Loma is so crowded sometimes that it makes it difficult to have an open area for kids to run.
Response from Liberty G | Property representative |
Hello, we do have two parking lots on site at Casa Loma. Once parking on our lots our full, just at the bottom of the hill at Davenport and Walmer Rd, George Brown College also has paid parking lots that guests can use.