While exploring the landmark religious buildings along Church and Bond Streets, including the recently restored St. Michael’s Cathedral, learn about the role the church played in the social development of the city and Upper Canada.
Explore the oldest operating cemetery in Toronto, including the chapel of St. James-the-Less, a national historic site, and the burial plots of the notable and notorious residents who had an impact on our city, province and country.
We explore Cobourg, once one of the most important centres of Upper Canada, and later reborn as the “Summer Colony" or the "Newport of the North", a resort town for wealthy Americans during the post-Civil War era.
Discover the transformation from early farms of the 18th and 19th century into the centre of North York, prior to the amalgamation of Toronto. Experience the tranquility, history and residents of York Cemetery.
For the month of Remembrance we look at war. On the day after Remembrance Day we explore how different civilizations went to war with a docent-led tour at the ROM. The day also includes a visit to the Georgina Military Museum in Keswick for an exploration of Canada at war.
See one of the world’s truly magnificent countries with a world renowned expert.
The setting for this trip is the stunning backdrop that is South Africa and the veldt where you will experience the thrill of big game safaris. See thriving modern cities, seascapes where two oceans meet, picturesque wineries and mountains and highlands with diamond and gold mines.