The entrance of Phisopher's Walk is called Green Alexndra Gateway, just between the Royal Ontario Museum and the Royal College of Music. The trail extends along the buried Taddle Creek into the University of Toronto. Taddle Creek Photos and text introductions are available outside the Ontario Museum.
For us who like to walk, it was a very relaxing thing to walk around, aimlessly stop and stop, lots of natural views that might otherwise be overlooked
Many famous cities have philosophical ideas, the scenery is first-class, and there is no sense of tranquility. Toronto thinks that philosopher's walks are in the University of Toronto, which can be said to be very appropriate.
"Philosopher's Walk" (Philosopher's Walk) is a winding, vanishing Taddle Creek stream on the University of Toronto campus. Today, Taddle Creek is not a fish or shrimp, but a teacher and student at the University of Toronto. Along the way: The entrance is about the Royal Ontario Museum and the Royal Conservatory of Music. The trail is about to end, Trinity College (Trinity College). Pass through the Department of Music of the University of Toronto. Who walks through the Philosopher's Trail every day? Teachers and students of the University of Toronto. The entrance to the trail is the Annex Community, where many of the students and teachers of the University of Toronto are living. From here every day, they go to school through maple leaves and squirrels. Taddle Creek about the disappearance of the trail underground: Toronto used to be all over the river network. Taddle CreekAlso known as the "University River", because it flows through the University of Toronto (at that time called "King's College"). Remotely think that in the year, the riverside is the most academic atmosphere in Toronto, where many students studied, debated and wrote poetry. The industrial revolution of the 1850s, a large amount of groundwater pumped, Taddle Creek gradually dried up. Today, Taddle Creek used to be poetic and graphic meaning can only be found from the "Philosopher Trail" on the campus of the University of Toronto. Why is the path called "Philosopher"? In the past, every student who received humanities education needed to learn philosophy, so students and "Philosophers" are synonymous. # Have dinner together # Human history find # surf people # Local people take you on a tour # Photography technology stream
[Attraction guide] Special photo sharing recommendation: Philosopher's Walk is located in the campus area of the University of Toronto in the center of Toronto. It has a total length of 500 meters. The new gate to the east was recently completed and the north-facing Alexandra gate was the oldest and was built in 1901. Initially, this gate was set up at the corner of Brewer Street and Avenue Road. It was opened in 1960 because of the widening of Avenue Road. When the stone gate was built, the stone gate was moved to the Philosopher’s Trail and set up as a north-facing gate. This winding walking trail was once a river in downtown Toronto in the 19th century called Taddle Creek, because the river gradually dried up. In 1886, it was buried by the City of Toronto and transformed into an underground sewer. It was paved as a philosopher’s walk along the route of the river. There are many ancient national historical buildings of different styles on the left and right sides of the path, such as: University of Toronto Law School, University of Toronto Trinity College, Royal Ontario Museum, Royal Conservatory of Music, Music Library and Bollaskin Law Library, etc. The left and right sides of the trail promenade are surrounded by maple trees with green grass and fresh, quiet, comfortable and beautiful environment , There are many leisure benches next to the trail, which is the best place for citizens and tourists to leisure activities. There are many people of different ages in the park. Some people are walking to enjoy the autumn, reading, playing mobile phones, and exercising. Walking the dog, cycling and chatting at leisure, etc., the maple trees on both sides of the trail bloom in the autumn. The dazzling and gorgeous colors match the charm of the 19th century European style buildings. It is even more poetic and romantic. The romantic scenery is really amazing. Intoxicated and unforgettable, it is really super beautiful! This attraction is also very popular and loved by the general public and tourists. When you travel to Toronto, remember to not miss this superb and picturesque and beautiful attraction! Destination: Toronto, Canada Suggested play time: 1 hour Suitable for: Young and old couples Best for couples Detailed address: 78 Queen's Park Cres West, Toronto, ON.M5S 2C5 Transportation strategy: By car, it takes about 15 minutes on foot from downtown Toronto Take the Metro Line 🟡 to Museum Station and get off for 2 minutes on foot. Take the Metro Line 🟢 to St George Station and get off for 5 minutes on foot. Opening Hours: Open all day. Ticket Price: Free. Highlights: Enjoy the beautiful scenery of the Philosopher’s Path and the romantic atmosphere of the beautiful environment. Visit the beautiful buildings of the 19th century European style and charming national historic sites. Small Tips: Just 10 minutes on foot, you can stop by to Queen's Park for free check-in and shooting