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Toronto Public Art and Architecture Photo Walks and Downtown Tours (Community Events)

We are pleased to announce our summer photo walk and walking tour event schedule. Our events present opportunities that combine creativity, city exploration and networking.

Our walks, led by photographer and city enthusiast, Mike Simpson, take place in central Toronto, and explore culture, history, architecture and art. More than 300 participants have explored with Mike and Tdot Shots over the past 4 years.

This week and next, you can join us for two free photo walks. We look in particular, at sculpture and art installations, and architecture in downtown Toronto. One walk focuses on the financial district and City Hall, while the other looks at west downtown from University Ave to Chinatown.

Throughout July and August we host photo walks and tours that explore other sites and themes including Humber Bay (light painting photo walk), High Park (nature and drone photo walk) and the University of Toronto (architecture photo walk).

Our walks are inclusive and accessible. We host free photo walks and paid Toronto walking tours. All events are fun and educational and all are welcome. You don’t have to have a professional camera – many of our guests use smartphones. Just bring your curiosity and a comfortable pair of shoes!

Visit tdot.com/events and register.

Note: most walks and tours take place on Sundays two hours before sunset. However a few walks occur on weekdays.

Summer Photo Walks and Toronto Tours

  • July 8 – Photo Walk at Financial District and City Hall (Free, postponed)
  • July 13 – Photo Walk from City Hall to Chinatown (Free, Wed.)
  • July 17 – Public Art Photo Walk Tour in Downtown Toronto ($8)
  • Aug 7 – Light Painting Photo Walk at Humber Bay ($8)
  • Aug 14 – Nature Photo Walk Tour at High Park ($5)
  • Aug 21 – Architecture Photo Walk Tour at University of Toronto ($5)

Interested in attending a photo walk or Toronto tour? Be sure to register at our website Tdot.com/events.

Amazing public art in Chinatown documents the cultural influence of Chinese Canadians
Credit: Image by Skeezix1000 on Wikimedia and Mike Simpson / Tdot Shots

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