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Muddy York Walking Tours

Join us in exploring the City of Toronto

Neighbourhood Walks

Neighbourhood Tours

Our Neighbourhood Tours work a little differently than our other tours. You’ll notice that there are no set dates and times. These tours are offered by SPECIAL REQUEST, which means that you should contact us a few days before you come out, and let us know what day and time you’d like to attend.

How It Works

Take a look through the four neighbourhood walks currently available. When you’ve chosen one, contact us by email at or telephone at (416) 487-9017, and let us know what day and time you’d like to come out. You can confirm all details and then pay for the tour when you meet your guide.

Cabbagetown, Corktown And The Distillery

STARTING POINT : northeast corner of Wellesley Street East and Parliament Street.

ENDING POINT : main entrance to the Distillery District.

DURATION : approximately 2-hours (conducted entirely outdoors).

On this walk, we’ll explore the enchanting neighbourhoods of Cabbagetown, Corktown and the popular Distillery District. The back streets and lane ways of Cabbagetown are lined with charming Victorian houses. We’ll walk through Corktown, where the Irish Catholic immigrants of a century ago used to live, and we will follow the routes that they used to walk to work at the Gooderham and Worts Distillery District. As we pass by the Necropolis Cemetery, we will talk about the lives of a few famous Torontonians who are laid to rest there. We will also take a detour through Riverdale Zoo, and take in a sweeping panorama of the Don River.

This tour concludes at the main entrance to the Gooderham and Worts Distillery District, Toronto’s most famous industrial complex, which now houses exclusive art galleries and cafes.

Call (416) 487-9017 or email to book.

The Annex

STARTING POINT : outside main entrance of the Royal Ontario Museum on Bloor Street West.

ENDING POINT : corner of Bathurst and Bloor Streets.

DURATION : approximately 2-hours (conducted entirely outdoors).

“The Annex” is the name for the Toronto neighbourhood that lies between Avenue Road in the east, Bathurst Street in the west, Bloor Street in the south and Dupont Street in the north. This charming residential neighbourhood was laid out in the 1870s and 1880s, and immediately started to attract Toronto’s elite residents. In keeping with this, we will visit the former home of George Gooderham, one of the richest men in the history of Toronto. His mansion was constructed at the end of the nineteenth century and still survives in the southeast Annex. Timothy Eaton, the patriarch of the Department Store family, constructed a house in the western end of the Annex, which has sadly disappeared, but we will take a stroll through his former neighbourhood, too. We also visit some sites of public interest, including the Royal Ontario Museum, the Royal Conservatory of Music (the birthplace of Hamilton’s McMaster University) and conclude in Mirvish Village.

Call (416) 487-9017 or email to book.

Royal Ontario Museum, Yorkville And University Of Toronto

STARTING POINT : outside main entrance of the Royal Ontario Museum on Bloor Street West.

ENDING POINT : corner of Yonge and Cumberland Streets.


$25.00 for one or two people
$20.00 each for three or four people
$15.00 each for five or more

Students and Youth – $10 for Elementary & High School Students

We offer GIFT CERTIFICATES and special discount passes for visitors who plan to attend more than one tour. Contact us to find out more information.

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