The end of May marked another year of Door's Open in Toronto, As usual, there were so many interesting options to choose from. We went full throttle on both days of the weekend and visited the following locations:
Spencer commissioned the construction of an amphitheatre, using Corinthian columns that he saved from the Bank of Canada building. The outdoor theatre is still used today, with the Guild Festival Theatre group performing The Misanthrope later this summer. Also on the site is at the Osterhout log cabin, built in 1795, during the time that John Graves Simcoe, the first Lieutenant-Governor of Upper Canada, was having the lands surveyed.