Summit INN Motel

11610 Young Street,

L4E 3N7 Richmond Hill

Tel: (905) 884-9011 

Fax: (905) 884-9408

Toll Free: 1-866-886-9017


Throughout the city - from Scarborough to Etobicoke, North York to the waterfront - you will find Toronto's Historic Sites.

There's something for everyone at these interesting places and each one shares a different story from Toronto's exciting history.



Welcome to Toronto!

Enjoy special events, explore city museums, cultural centres, and shop in downtown's underground walkway.
Toronto's waterfront - one of North America's largest recreational waterfronts - provides a scenic backdrop for many popular and entertaining attractions including Harbourfront, Rogers Centre, the CN Tower, and the Toronto Islands.

It's also the setting of many big events including the Scotia bank Nuit Blanche, the Toronto International Film Festival, the Canadian National Exhibition, Caribbean Carnival and Winterlicious.

The St. Lawrence Market / South Market houses more than 50 gourmet food vendors and over a dozen lunch counters. Upstairs, the Market Gallery shows archival art and photographs from the City's collection and the North Market is home to the 200 year old Saturday Farmers' Market and Sunday Antique Market.

Several celebration events are also held at the market throughout the year. Discover the market and surrounding area's past with local historians on walking tours filled with food sampling, a world of eccentric characters and amazing tales.

Visit a War of 1812 fort, a Victorian mansion that interprets the inter-war years, the last home of Toronto's first mayor (Mackenzie House, shown here), and much more.

From drop-in family fun and hands-on craft workshops to March Break and summer camps for kids, the historic sites offer engaging entertainment and a great taste of Toronto's past. ....more

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