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Top places of worship recommendations from locals

Cemetery
“Okay, this sounds like a joke, but it really isn't. Less than a 5 minute walk puts you in a tranquil setting with one of the most diverse collection of types/species of trees in Ontario. The roadways are a pleasant place to walk or ride a bike in the neighbourhood. I've always joked that while it's a final resting place for so many, it's completely filled with life: people jogging, walking, and biking. You will be surprised! A great place to be rejuvenated.”
  • 21 locals recommend
Church
“The Cathedral Church of St. James in Downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada, is the home of the oldest congregation in the city, with the parish being established in 1797. The cathedral, with construction beginning in 1850 and opening for services on June 19, 1853, was one of the largest buildings in the city at the time. It was designed by Frederick William Cumberland and is a prime example of Gothic Revival architecture.”
  • 5 locals recommend
Hindu Temple
“It's amazingly serene here. I am a non-believer, yet loved the place. Every marble wall has intricate art and is meaningful ”
  • 4 locals recommend
Cemetery
“One of the oldest cemeteries in Toronto, graves and headstones dating to the early 1800's.”
  • 5 locals recommend
Cemetery
“A beautiful, old cemetery open to the public. You absolutely have to go through a quiet and reflective walk here. ”
  • 5 locals recommend
Church
“Cathedral church of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Toronto, Canada, and one of the oldest churches in Toronto. It is located at 65 Bond Street in Toronto's Garden District. St. Michael's was designed by William Thomas, designer of eight other churches in the city, and was primarily financed by Irish immigrants who resided in the area. The cathedral has a capacity of 1600.”
  • 5 locals recommend
Park
“Veterans' Point Garden, located at the foot of Harwood Avenue, commemorates the Town's history and is dedicated to the HMS Ajax, the Defence Industries Limited (D.I.L.) Plant, and the employees who made this area their home during WWII. There is interpretive signage located throughout the park which celebrates the cultural heritage and history of Ajax, and WWII. In honour of Ajax's naval history, architects designed this memorial to resemble a ship - the street lights serve to appear like masts, and the information area was designed with features common to a ship's bow. -Town of Ajax by the Lake”
  • 1 local recommends
Church
“Church with historical significance because the murals were painted by members of Canada's Group of Seven”
  • 2 locals recommend
Church
  • 1 local recommends
Church
“St. Andrew's Church, 73 Simcoe Street, Toronto is a large and historic Romanesque Revival Presbyterian church. The 48th Highlanders Regiment's museum is located in the basement of the church.”
  • 2 locals recommend
Church
  • 1 local recommends
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  • 2 locals recommend
Event Space
“St. Paul's Bloor Street, from what people have told me verbally used to BE the Toronto City Hall in Canada's anciant times and has just received a massive architectural facelift from the members. It is full of surprises, meetings, networking events, and a great place to start south in Toronto down into the church street village on a sunny day. St. Paul's rue Bloor, j'ecoute, cetait le centre de gouvernment pour Toronto. Maintenant le place a recevoir les renovations, pour le soleil, et 2017. Il y a un place avec surpris, joioe de vie, et un bon rendevous pour commence un tour de la ville Church Street. Each religious building in Toronto has a lot of history. Chaque place ”
  • 2 locals recommend