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Toronto: Casa Loma Entry Ticket with Audio Guide

Activity provider: Casa Loma

Toronto: Casa Loma Entry Ticket with Audio Guide

Activity provider: Casa Loma
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Pre-book your ticket to Toronto’s Casa Loma and enjoy an audio guide and Sir Henry Pellatt documentary. Explore all floors, the celebrity wax gallery, the antique car display, and the Scottish Tower.

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  • Walk through elaborate rooms with authentic period furnishings and antiques
  • Dive into Toronto's rich history at one of the city's must-visit attractions
  • Marvel at the Classic Car Collection featuring a variety of vintage vehicles
  • Learn about Toronto’s darker days through the "Dark Side of Toronto" exhibit
  • Get inspired by Casa Loma’s historical preservation and mindfulness of the past
Full description

Step back in time to a period of European elegance and splendor at Canada's majestic castle, Casa Loma, located in midtown Toronto. Your entry ticket includes a documentary experience on Sir Henry Pellatt and access to the castle’s café and other features.

Completed in 1914 by Sir Henry Pellatt and spanning over 200,000 square feet, Casa Loma is a must-see when visiting Toronto. Today, Casa Loma is one of Toronto’s top tourist attractions. Its unique architecture has also made it a highly desirable location for film, television, and photoshoots.

Casa Loma features permanent installations such as the Dark Side of Toronto photo exhibit and the Classic Car Collection in Casa Loma’s stables. Casa Loma also curates special exhibits on a regular basis, pertaining to early Toronto and Canadian history.

The Dark Side Tunnel Exhibit

The stables and carriage house are connected to Casa Loma by an 800-foot tunnel that runs 18 feet below Austin Terrace.

The tunnel features an exhibit of Toronto’s dark side, which tells the story in archival photographs of Toronto’s darker days, such as the Prohibition Era, the Great Depression, the plague, the Great Fire of Toronto, and Toronto’s first plane crash.

Antique Car Display

The garage and carriage room feature an exhibition of vintage cars from the early 1900s, the period in which Sir Henry Pellatt would have inhabited Casa Loma. The collection includes a 1910 Maxwell Model Q Standard, 1924-1925 Ford Model T Touring, 1910 Maxwell Model Q Standard, and more.

The Rooms

You’ll also get to explore the former estate of Sir Henry Mill Pellatt, the prominent Toronto financier, industrialist, and military man behind the origins of the castle.

Sir Henry asked the architect E.J. Lennox to help him realize a life-long dream – the creation of a medieval castle overlooking Toronto. Casa Loma features nearly 98 rooms, many of which exemplify the Edwardian era and are decorated with authentic period furnishings and antiques.

Group of Seven Collection

Located on the third floor of Casa Loma, this collection is comprised of artwork by various members of the Group of Seven. Active from 1920 to 1933, the Group of Seven (which eventually grew to ten members) was comprised of Canadian landscape painters.

Hollywood Film Gallery

Located in the basement level of Casa Loma, the Hollywood Film Gallery highlights the castle as a prime location for major motion pictures, revealing glimpses behind the scenes. For over 30 years, Casa Loma has been a popular location for use in film and television.

The Queen’s Own Rifles of Canada

The Queen’s Own Rifles of Canada Regimental Museum occupies a major part of the third floor of the Casa Loma.

  • Casa Loma entry ticket
  • Sir Henry Pellatt documentary
  • Access to the Backstage Celebrity Gallery
  • Hollywood Film Gallery
  • Antique car display
  • Optional audio guide
  • Wheelchairs (depending on availability)
  • Transportation
  • Tips
Covid-19 precautions
Safety measures in place
  • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned
  • The number of visitors is limited to reduce crowds
Traveler requirements
  • You are required to bring and wear a mask
  • You must fill out a travel information form
  • Masks are required while indoors

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Meeting point

Casa Loma’s entrance is located at One Austin Terrace. The box office is located to your right, in the front vestibule of Casa Loma. Go to the box office first and present your QR code. Parking: There is paid parking at Casa Loma for a flat rate of $15 per vehicle (cash, credit, or debit is accepted). Please review the on-site signage; if needed, additional paid parking is available at George Brown College (south of Casa Loma, off Macpherson Avenue). There are two wheelchair-accessible parking spots located in the West Parking Lot. The main door is wheelchair accessible when both front doors are open. The wheelchair ramp has a handrail.

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Important information

Not allowed

  • Baby strollers

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  • Children under 3 are admitted free when accompanied by a ticketed adult
  • This activity involves stairs
  • Special need dogs are welcome in Casa Loma and the Casa Loma Estate Gardens
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I didn’t get the audio guide which may have helped with the info but BEAUTIFUL castle right nestled in the city!! More than just a home — great view of the city, can go up the tower, car museum, underground tunnel and wax museum! Can definitely spend a lot of time there!

July 17, 2022

Casa Loma is beautiful. The location is to get to and when we went, there was plenty parking. There are a lot of stairs, many are even very narrow spiral stairs, so I would not recommend strollers or wheelchairs if you want to see everything. The audio tour is informative but there is no one around to answer any questions. Also, the day we went, there was another exhibit about Princess Diana. This is a whole other audio on top of the castle audio which is a bit time consuming. Plus the pictures that accompany the 2nd audio cover up a lot of the castle furnishings and block views of the rooms. The Diana exhibit was very nice it was just a bit much to have both audios.

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July 1, 2022

It was an extraordinary 1.5 hour visit to the elegant past over 100 years ago. The estate is set up well for your self guided tour to take at your own pace. The printed and voice descriptions of the different parts of the estate are well done and available in several languages .

June 14, 2022

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