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Canada's majestic castle and Toronto’s premier historic attraction. In 1911, Sir Henry Pellatt engaged noted architect E.J. Lennox to help him realize a lifelong dream,the creation of an Edwardian castle on the top of a hill overlooking Toronto. It...more
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First time ever visiting Casa Loma and was not dissapointed at all. So many rooms to explore as well as an underground tunnel in the basement. They have several different timed shows so make sure you check out a few of them. The cannonball shot...More
I still cannot get over the fact that a person lived in this house. My son and I really enjoyed this tour. We did self guided and just walked around reading their set up facts about the rooms. We unfortunately came at the wrong time...More
This beautiful castle is full of rich history, amazing decor and lush gardens. It can be easy to get to, there’s a subway station less than half a mile away and there’s also parking up front and near the property. In winter the gardens are...More
Casa Loma is located on top of a hill overlooking the city of Toronto. A visit to this castle is like time travel to the past, quite educational. The extravagant lifestyle and the exquisite decorations were something of an eye opener. We learned how wealthy...More
I went there with a friend since it was part of City Pass. I would have prefer to never see such things. I don't know what is the most terrifiant between a castle from 19s which fall into ruins and this bad middle-age song and...More
Date of experience: March 2019
Liberty G, Marketing Coordinator at Casa Loma, responded to this reviewResponded 3 days ago
Hello, we are sorry your experience did not meet your expectation. From March 9 - 17, our Casa is themed Imagine Dragons for March Break Programming geared towards children and families. The castle will go back to it's historic state after March 17th. We hope...More
We had the chance, as part of the Toronto City Pass, to enter the house and it's domain on a freezing morning of March.
We had no idea what to expect and we are not fans of historical tours. However the whole house doesn't feel...More
Response from PanchitoMontreal | Reviewed this property |
Hi, there are lots of things for kids as the theme being Christmas it is set up for families. As for them running around it may be difficult as Casa Loma is so crowded sometimes that it makes it difficult to have an open... More
Hi, there are lots of things for kids as the theme being Christmas it is set up for families. As for them running around it may be difficult as Casa Loma is so crowded sometimes that it makes it difficult to have an open area for kids to run.
Response from Liberty G | Property representative |
Hello, we do have two parking lots on site at Casa Loma. Once parking on our lots our full, just at the bottom of the hill at Davenport and Walmer Rd, George Brown College also has paid parking lots that guests can use.