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Todmorden Mills, Toronto

Todmorden Mills is an early settlement area near the Don River.

Todmorden Mills is an early settlement area near the Don River. Go north on Broadview from the Danforth, turn left at Pottery Road (at the Dairy Queen), down the big hill, then turn left at the bottom and find a parking spot. There are some old houses which are well preserved and complete with furnishings. In behind the houses, there is a circular walking path that crosses over an old bend in the Don River that has been cut off from the main flow by the construction of the Don Valley Parkway.


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About Todmorden Mills

 67 Pottery Road, Toronto, ON, Canada

 +1 416-396-2819

 www.toronto.ca

Todmorden Mills and Nearby Sights on Map

Playter Farmhouse

This is one of the original houses from when the area was settled

Riverdale Farm

Riverdale Farm located in the heart of Cabbagetown, is a turn of the century, that would be the twentieth century, Ontario farm and the site of Toronto's first zoo

Rosedale Valley

Rosedale Valley is an enormous green space separating Rosedale from the Yorkville neighbourhood in downtown Toronto

Mount Pleasant Cemetery

The cemetery has miles of walking paths and is the resting place of many famous people, including former prime minister William Lyon Mackenzie King, pianist Glenn Gould, the co-discoverers of insulin Frederick Banting and Charles Best, and Timothy Eaton

Distillery District

This national historic site includes 44 heritage buildings and numerous brick-lined courtyards

Allan Gardens

Allan Gardens located at the south side of Carlton Street between Jarvis and Sherbourne Streets, is a conservatory containing six greenhouses on large landscaped grounds

Ramsden Park

Ramsden Park is a relatively large, urban park, on the western edge of the neighbourhood, with its entrance right on the west side of Yonge Street

St Michael's Catholic Cathedral

Gothic-style cathedral that is one of the oldest churches in Toronto

Yorkville

Art galleries and restaurants built in Victorian style

St Lawrence Market

A city market has been located on the southwest corner of Front Street East and Jarvis Street for over 200 years