Free Walk: Rosedale 2 - June 28.23
Explore the tree-lined streets of this prestigious enclave, the suburb of choice for Toronto’s wealthy citizens in the early 1900s. Learn how the area developed and about the lives of the earliest occupants of Rosedale. Admire the impressive, mostly residential architecture, spanning 150 years and learn about the architects who designed it. This walk also includes a National Historic site with a link to Canadian art.
The walk takes place rain or shine and is approximately 90 minutes to 2 hours long.
ROMWalks is organized by ROM's Department of Museum Volunteers to provide support for the Museum. ROM is an agency of the Government of Ontario.
Date & Time
- Wed June 28 – 6 to 7:30 pm approx.
133 Bloor St. E., Toronto
SE corner Bloor St. E. and Church St.
Chestnut Park Rd./Roxborough St. E. at Yonge St.
Bloor / Yonge Subway station
Registration is not required for Free Walks.
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