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Top Things to do In Blue Mountains 2020



26 things to do found in Blue Mountains
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Casa Loma

Casa LomaNearby City

4.7/5354 Reviews
Sun - Sat 9:30 AM - 5:00 PM (Local time)
"A very interesting castle. I spent half a day there, admiring the rooms and dungeons of the castle, while learning a lot about Canadian history. I recommend"

UnionvilleNearby City

4.4/524 Reviews
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Open 24 hours (Local time)
"Located in the northeast of Toronto, Yuren Village is a community in Markham, York District, with beautiful scenery. There is a "Main Street" in the town, which contains a large number of 19th-century buildings, many of which are listed as monuments by the government. North America has a short history, but it pays great attention to the preservation of heritage. What is surprising is that there are four art galleries on a Main Street."
Fort York

Fort YorkNearby City

4.1/539 Reviews
ta-iconbased on 245 reviews
Mon - Fri 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM, Sat - Sun 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM (Local time)
"Fort York is also a historical building in the colonial period. This place has a lot of rich history, including some remaining military camps and weapon positions. It is also a very important colonial history."
Mount Pleasant Cemetery

Mount Pleasant CemeteryNearby City

4.7/57 Reviews
ta-iconbased on 161 reviews
Open 24 hours (Local time)
"A good place for running and cycling, quiet, safe, beautiful scenery, and well maintained roads in winter. There are two tree walks a year, as well as a history walk. Many celebrities were buried inside, including Bang Ting, who discovered insulin."
Queen Street

Queen StreetNearby City

4.5/512 Reviews
ta-iconbased on 689 reviews
"If you like to observe people, like to browse the windows of shopping decorations, and find some unique shops, then Queen Street is definitely worth your time to visit. We live close to Queen Street, so every time we have a chance we will come here to stroll around. Every time we come we can find shops or restaurants that we haven't visited before. The crowd on Queen Street is bustling and the atmosphere is cheerful. It is a perfect place to spend a good day walking and shopping here."
St James Cemetery

St James CemeteryNearby City

4.5/58 Reviews
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"St. James’s Cemetery was built for St. James’s Cathedral. It is the oldest cemetery in Toronto’s active cemetery. It was opened in 1844. So far, more than 89,000 burials and 75,000 cremations have been held here. In order to cope with the trend of cremation worldwide, a new crematorium was built here in 1948 as a necessary ancillary facility around the church. There was a cemetery near the cathedral that had been in use since 1797. Later, the church was full because the cemetery was full. The cemetery of St. James was built to bury people who believe in the Anglican religion. Judging from the scale of the city at that time, the area where the cemetery is located has exceeded the urban area. The entrance to the cemetery is at the intersection of Bloor and Parliament Street, overlooking the Don River Canyon, and to the west is the town of St. James, where the cemetery was derived. name. The cemetery was awarded the Canadian National Historic Site in 1990."
Mary Rutherford Grave

Mary Rutherford GraveNearby City


NecropolisNearby City

4.7/53 Reviews
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"Very commemorative, it's good to have a baptism. I want to come often, and people often come to offer flowers and salute, which is an important warning to the people. The annual ceremony will be held here."
Old Fort Niagara

Old Fort NiagaraNearby City

4.5/523 Reviews
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"The Fort Niagara is very close to the Great Falls, and it is usually a combination of the two to swim together. The fortress is located on the American side of Lake Ontario. It was built by France a hundred years ago. Now it shows some scenes at that time, but it is more of a recreational place with good lawns."
Niagara Parks Garden Trail

Niagara Parks Garden TrailNearby City

4.8/59 Reviews
Outdoor Sports
"The park is relatively open, especially in October, you can see the leaves of the Green and Yellow Pepper Festival are very beautiful and colorful. There are wooden planks for walking or hiking. Many locals take their dogs for walks." is part of Group Limited, one of the world's leading providers of travel services.
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