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Things To Do in Yorkville


Whether you live here or are enjoying a weekend away in one of Toronto’s top luxury hotels, there are no end of fun things to do in Yorkville and the surrounding area.

Popular points of interest include top Toronto tourist attractions such as the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM), just a short stroll away from the heart of Yorkville, as well as the pleasant grounds of Queen’s Park, the head of the Ontario provincial government. Downtown Toronto is an easy taxi ride away, opening up no end of sightseeing opportunities for those based in Yorkville.

And with popular Toronto events like the famous Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) within easy reach, you’ll never run out of cool things to see and places to go. Other notable Toronto activities include enjoying a relaxing spa getaway, touring the city’s historic landmarks, visiting its many art galleries and studios, or indulging in some luxury shopping in Yorkville’s many chic boutique stores.

Be sure to bookmark Luxury Yorkville as your on-line source for fun things to do and in and around this classy Toronto neighbourhood.

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