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Nathan Phillips Square - Toronto Ontario


Toronto City Hall 

Downtown Toronto Self Walking Tour

Weekends are a perfect time for adventure seeking, and there is no better place to catch the hustle and bustle of city life in Toronto than City Hall, also known as Nathan Philips Square

Located at 100 Queen Street West, this popular tourist spot is located just a few minutes walk away from Queen subway station on Line 1. 

The plaza was created in 1965 but it certainly is not outdated. The area is a hub of excitement and innovation. There is something for everyone, whether it be grabbing some grub at one of the many food trucks, perfecting your selfie game with your family and friends or taking a leisurely stroll. 

Fun Fact:

City Hall was designed by Finnish architect Viljo Revell

Nathan Philips Square is home to one of the most iconic sights in the city - the Toronto Sign. In 2020 a 3D sign was installed. The artwork featured on the sign is titled "Power of the People". Toronto artist Danilo Deluxo McCallum created this art to honour the United Nationals International Decade for People of African Descent (IDPAD). 

If you get the chance, be sure to check out Nathan Philips Square. Take some photos, post it here in the travel community and we'll all share our adventures together, virtually.  

Source: www.toronto.ca

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