Should you be a student or not, you have to. Visit this place. It is a historical heritage of Toronto City.
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I got an excellent education in the current Psychology at that time (1960-1964), which enabled my to get accepted in the PhD program at Columbia University, New.
As a U of T alumnist , I am somewhat prejudiced. A must see is Hart House- lovely place for a quiet read. The surrounding property is wonderful as well.Great architecture at UC and Vic and St Mikes is lovely as well. An inexpensive travel...More
Great place to just walk around, very romantic, smells culture and art, the buildings are beautiful. I totally recomend to visit University of Toronto when visiting the city.
A very interesting campus in the downtown area near Queens Park, roughly between College and Bloor streets. It is quite expansive, covering a large area with many beautiful buildings in various architectural styles including gothic, Victorian and modern. Of particular interest to me were Trinity...More
It's a lovely campus in the middle of downtown, so easy to get to by public transport. However, you should definitely go with someone familiar with the campus, as otherwise you really won't know what you're looking at.
Spent 4 years at U of T. Tough but graduated and liked the experience , with many campuses and plenty to see and do. Great to be a part of such a respected institute of learning.
located in the heart of downtown, the campus is very expended have many unique architecture definitely have to visits but should go with someone thats familiar with the campus the parking around king's circle is kinda expensive, better to find a parking spot on st.george
The University of Toronto is an educational institution that has been around for a long time. The campus is right downtown and can be enjoyed as an oasis or as a visit to a historic institution.
Fortunately, we were there with friends who are retired from the university. That type of first hand information is super helpful.