FREE Toronto TOURS
New to the city or merely curious to see what you've been missing? Join one of Guided Toronto's local guides on one of our free daily tours of the city's exciting downtown core. Why are our tours free?
Everyone loves a free sample. Guided Toronto's free walking tours show off the city like no one else can and while allowing our guides to sharpen their skills at the same time. Tours can host as many as 15 travellers at a time and run rain or shine. All you have to do is reserve your spot! Any contribution you choose to make is awarded directly to your guide.
Check out our collection of free tours below. Each one can be easily customized into a private tour for your group. Contact Guided Toronto for a free quote.
Discover Toronto's roots on this two-hour walking tour that traces the city's beginnings as York, the second capital of Upper Canada, and charts its journey into the multicultural metropolis it is today. Depart at the bustling Union Station and financial district, the tour introduces travellers to the iconic landmarks of Old Toronto, from St. Lawrence Markets to City Hall. The perfect introduction to modern life in the big city.
PATH, Toronto’s “underground city”
St. Lawrence Market & St. Lawrence Hall
Nathan Phillips Square & City Hall
Meet Up Details: Tour begins at 10am and departs from the inside of Union Station's Great Hall and concludes at Nathan Philips Square at Toronto's City Hall. Walking distance is 2.5 km. Look for a representative and with a Guided Toronto logo.
Step out on a two-hour deep dive through some of Toronto's less buttoned-down neighbourhoods. From the steps of Old City Hall, you'll stroll the picturesque Grange Park, hunt for treasures in quirky Kensington Market, explore the trendy Fashion District and walk hip Queen Street West to colourful Graffiti Alley. Tales of the City's sometimes old past - add a dimension of character to some of the city's unique areas. This is urban Toronto at its funkiest.
Art Gallery of Ontario
Meet Up Details: Tour begins at 1h30pm and departs from the steps of Old City Hall and concludes near Graffiti Alley at the intersection of Queen street West and Spadina Avenue. Walking distance is 3.5 km. Look for a representative with a Guided Toronto logo.