TSA Walking Tour: East Bayfront
Tour Toronto’s newest waterfront neighbourhood and witness the unfolding transformation of its industrial past into imaginative landscapes and public spaces.
For years, the Queen Elizabeth Docks were a reminder of Toronto’s industrial past, dominated by parking lots with few trees and former warehouse buildings that separated the city (and Torontonians) from the water’s edge. Now, after years of planning a transformation is underway where design is leading the way!
Join us on a tour as we explore this unfolding transformation through some of the buildings and landscapes of Toronto’s newest mixed-use neighbourhood. At the center of this tour will be imaginative and innovative landscapes and public spaces by prominent landscape architects that have catalyzed this redevelopment, and the ambitious plans of Waterfront Toronto to transform our waterfront.
This tour will be offered at select times throughout the summer.
Starting Point | North end of Sugar Beach on the south side of Queen’s Quay Boulevard East (130 Queens Quay East)
End Point | Aitken Place Park
Duration | 90 minutes (approx.)
Route Length | 0.8 km (mostly flat through city sidewalks)
Tickets | $15.00 (HST included)