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Focus on art, design, architecture, urban fabric

2 – 3 hours, rates on request

1) Queen Street West (Gladstone and Drake hotels, commercial and artist-run galleries, Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art, artist studios (premium)

2) Distillery District (outstanding galleries incl. glass art and photo-based, studios, historic buildings on national heritage site, food, theatre)

3) Yorkville & Bloor (blue-chip galleries including indigenous and contemporary First Nations), fashion and gift shopping, museums, restaurant interiors)

4) Spadina & King West (401 Richmond, 80 Spadina, King West clubs & restaurants)

5) Harbourfront (incl. Power Plant, Museum of Inuit Art, Harbourfront Centre, Toronto Music Garden, Artists’ Gardens, Craft Studios)

6) Carlaw, Leslieville, Riverdale (galleries, furniture, film industry, collectibles)

7) Ossington & Dundas West (art galleries, design, collectibles, clubs)

8  St. Lawrence Market & Historic Toronto (Market Gallery, market, Sculpture Garden, St. James’ and St. Michael’s cathedrals)

9) Financial District (Design Exchange, First Canadian Place Gallery, spectacular financial buildings old and new (Santiago Calatrava, Mies van der Rohe), public art, Union Station

10) Morrow Avenue & Roncesvalles (gallery complex of superb contemporary galleries on Morrow, plus artist studio (premium)

11) Junction Area (west-end community arts, multicultural)