North Toronto encompasses Yonge Street between Eglinton Avenue—the neighborhood’s southern, more bold and youthful end, which has garnered the playful nickname "Yonge and Eligible"—and north to Lawrence Avenue, with its more refined restaurants and upscale boutiques. The streets to the east and west of Yonge Street are mainly residential, and at the eastern edge are two major tourist attractions: the Ontario Science Centre, a never-ending source of entertainment for the young and young-at-heart; and Toronto Botanical Garden and Edwards Gardens, a phenomenal display of flowers and plants.
POINTS OF INTEREST
Ontario Science Centre
It has been called a museum of the 21st century, but it's much more than that. Where else can you…Learn More >
Toronto Botanical Garden and Edwards Gardens
The beautiful 17 contemporary botanical garden areas and adjacent estate garden (once owned by industrialist Rupert Edwards) flow into one…Learn More >