John H Daniels Faculty of architecture, landscape and design. My future home for the next 4 years！
Did you know that part of Harry Potter was filmed on this campus? University of Toronto has a beautiful old British architectural look across the campus. The campus is beautiful and looks like a massive park as you enter the front gates! It's right next to Chinatown and is in the heart of Toronto.
Amazing architecture and site to many Hollywood movies.
If you're a nature lover, you'll want to explore the downtown U of T campus. The beautiful greenery, trees and flowers look magical against the old architecture. I recommend getting off at Spadina Station, picking up marshmallow-flavoured ice cream from Gregg's and making your way towards the campus. If you want to skip the ice cream, get off at St. George Station.U of T has an incredible sky garden run by U of T volunteers, and provides organic veggies to students. To visit the garden, you need to set up a tour at: http://www.civil.engineering.utoronto.ca/studentlife/skygarden.htm
It's hard to tell where the UofT campus starts and where it ends - many, many buildings in the city are either actually part of the university or just seem that way. I spent a good 10 years of my life on the UofT campus for high school and university and know the ins and outs of a number of buildings. It's not necessary a must-see tourist site, but on a spring day, King's College Circle and the immediate surroundings are beautiful.
I enjoy walking through the grounds of the University of Toronto. The old buildings are beautiful.
close to the condo and easily accessible by transit.