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Amazing history mixed with art and beauty

What a wonderful treat to find this amazing area of the city. Islington and Dundas .... the Murals... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Sharon G
Toronto, Canada
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Beautiful murals, most depicting local life and struggles in the 1910 to 1960 period

The Murals of Islington are beautiful masterpieces, and most give one an idea of life in the area... read more

Reviewed 1 June 2018
Yekaterinburg, Russia
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4800 Dundas St W, Toronto, Ontario M9A 1B1, Canada
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

What a wonderful treat to find this amazing area of the city. Islington and Dundas .... the Murals of Islington. There are approximately 15,000++ square feet of paintings on approximately 27+ building sized murals. Each depicts a moment in history or a special part of...More

Thank Sharon G
Reviewed 1 June 2018

The Murals of Islington are beautiful masterpieces, and most give one an idea of life in the area in the 1910 to 1960 period. The Battersby’s March mural which is on the back outside wall of the CIBC building, depicts the march in July of...More

3  Thank KodoDrummer
Reviewed 20 May 2018

A gem of Toronto - Village of Islington murals - so much history in this west part of Toronto, all captured in over 20 amazing murals, some over 2 stories tall. You can actual book a free guided tour for 10 or more persons all...More

Thank NOTLvisitor2014
Reviewed 25 August 2017

The murals are painted on a number of buildings in Islington Village. Each one depicts some aspect of early life in this area of Etobicoke. Plaques are attached to each mural and explain the purpose of the mural and its historic backdrop. For an enjoyable...More

1  Thank offkilter
Reviewed 1 June 2017

We ended up with an unplanned afternoon and found the Islington Village in an advertising brochure. We used Google Maps to get there and ended up a few blocks off and in a residential area. When we got to the right place it didn't look...More

1  Thank Dinolady
Reviewed 29 April 2017 via mobile

Well what a piece of art Your must come by and snap a photo It's beautiful and see and talk about you never know who you will meet here Michael

1  Thank newportagency
Reviewed 5 April 2017 via mobile

A little known part of Toronto. Murals are snapshot in then the history and culture of Toronto. Go on a sunny afternoon, eat a local restaurant. Good cheap date

1  Thank Scott W
Reviewed 18 February 2017

All over Islington Village you will find murals on many buildings, bridges and underpasses they are not only well done they tell the story of the area. It is a great stroll to look at these, there are some nice shops along the way so...More

1  Thank Moose3737
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Etobicoke is a relaxed area along the Humber River.
It's saturated with green spaces and conservatories,
making it a premier destination for outdoor sports,
hiking, and nature walks. Its abundance of parkland
and lakes makes it a typical spot for fishing,
picnicking, and camping out, especially in warmer
months. The peaceful area is also enjoyed by families,
who appreciate its boardwalks and sports facilities.
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