Unseen Toronto

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Unseen Toronto

Year: 2016
Genre: Lifestyle

Unseen Toronto explores the city’s hidden secrets and reveals cool, rarely seen spaces that are typically off-limits to the public. Step inside a haunted clock tower, visit a secret cemetery, and walk underneath our city.

Episodes

Episode 1

See what’s hiding up above at the observation deck of Commerce Court North, the hidden attic of Queen’s Park and a rare glimpse into the haunted Summerhill clock tower.

Episode 2

Explore was hiding down below in three of the city’s most fascinating secret subterranean locations: Lower Queen Station, the Don Jail, and the former Lakeshore Psychiatric Hospital.

Episode 3

Find out what’s Hiding in plain sight in the hidden alleys of Kensington market; a cemetery on the side of the highway; and inside the Elgin and Winter Garden.

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