Toronto's Dark Side: Private Old Town Exploration Game

Toronto Trip Overview

Play a city exploration game where you search your surroundings for ways to solve fun challenges and puzzles that reveal amazing places and stories in the Old Town of Toronto. There is no guide involved, you just follow an app and play at your own pace.

Each challenge will lead you to the next place by providing you with exact directions on screen. As you solve the challenge, the story of that place is unlocked. And the next location is revealed.

Highlights:
Try a new type of experience, the perfect mix between a tour, an outdoor escape game, and a treasure hunt.
Visit St James Park and find out what lies beneath it
Discover the intersection where a gang of clowns fought a band of firemen
Take a walk through Canada’s oldest market

If you are part of a group, one person can purchase access for everybody by selecting the total number of people. Everyone will be able to play the city game on their smartphones. Alternatively, each person can purchase their own ticket.

Play on!

Additional Info

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Starts: Toronto, Canada
Trip Category: Cultural & Theme Tours >> Historical & Heritage Tours



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What to Expect When Visiting Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Play a city exploration game where you search your surroundings for ways to solve fun challenges and puzzles that reveal amazing places and stories in the Old Town of Toronto. There is no guide involved, you just follow an app and play at your own pace.

Each challenge will lead you to the next place by providing you with exact directions on screen. As you solve the challenge, the story of that place is unlocked. And the next location is revealed.

Highlights:
Try a new type of experience, the perfect mix between a tour, an outdoor escape game, and a treasure hunt.
Visit St James Park and find out what lies beneath it
Discover the intersection where a gang of clowns fought a band of firemen
Take a walk through Canada’s oldest market

If you are part of a group, one person can purchase access for everybody by selecting the total number of people. Everyone will be able to play the city game on their smartphones. Alternatively, each person can purchase their own ticket.

Play on!

Itinerary
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Pass By: 3D Toronto Sign, 100 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M5H 2N2, Canada

Originally installed for the 2015 Pan American Games as a temporary attraction meant to be dismantled in November 2016 at the earliest, the City of Toronto decided to continue to operate the sign after it became popular with tourists and residents.

Here you will have to look around to find the answer to our challenge to advance to the new location and learn the story of this place.

Pass By: Old City Hall, 60 Queen St W, Toronto, Ontario M5H 2M3 Canada

Toronto’s Old City Hall was one of the largest buildings in Toronto and the largest civic building in North America upon completion in 1899. It was the burgeoning city’s third city hall. It housed Toronto’s municipal government and courts for York County and Toronto, taking over from the Adelaide Street Court House.

Here you will have to look around to find the answer to our challenge to advance to the new location and learn the story of this place.

Pass By: Toronto-Dominion Centre, King St. W and Wellington St W, Toronto, Ontario Canada

The Toronto-Dominion Centre, or TD Centre, is an office complex in the Financial District of downtown Toronto owned by Cadillac Fairview. It serves as the global headquarters for its anchor tenant, the Toronto-Dominion Bank, and provides office and retail space for many other businesses. The complex consists of six towers and a pavilion covered in bronze-tinted glass and black painted steel. Approximately 21,000 people work in the complex, making it the largest commercial office complex in Canada.

Here you will have to look around to find the answer to our challenge to advance to the new location and learn the story of this place.

Pass By: The Pasture, 100 The PATH – Canadian Pacific Tower-Wellington, Toronto, ON M5K 2A1, Canada

Between the towers are two large expanses, collectively known as Oscar Peterson Place. The northern space contains a more formal tract of granite, while the southern space contains the lawn and features The Pasture, a sculpture by Saskatchewan artist Joe Fafard, who died in early 2019.

Here you will have to look around to find the answer to our challenge to advance to the new location and learn the story of this place.

Pass By: Fairmont Royal York, 100 Front St W, Toronto, ON M5J 1E3, Canada

Through a history of nearly 90 years, the Fairmont Royal York has played host royal guests, heads of state, celebrities, superstars of sport, and millions of others. It has been a crucial lynchpin in the history of Toronto luxury.

Here you will have to look around to find the answer to our challenge to advance to the new location and learn the story of this place.

Pass By: Hockey Hall of Fame, Brookfield Place – Concourse Level 30 Yonge Street, Toronto, Ontario M5E 1X8 Canada

Its first permanent building opened at Exhibition Place in 1961. The hall was relocated in 1993, and is now in Downtown Toronto, inside Brookfield Place, and a historic Bank of Montreal building. The Hockey Hall of Fame has hosted International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) exhibits and the IIHF Hall of Fame since 1998.

Here you will have to look around to find the answer to our challenge to advance to the new location and learn the story of this place.

Pass By: The Omni King Edward Hotel, 37 King St E, Toronto, ON M5C 1E9, Canada

The King Edward Hotel was designed by Chicago architect Henry Ives Cobb and Toronto architect E.J. Lennox for developer George Gooderham’s Toronto Hotel Company, and was granted its name by namesake King Edward VII. The structure opened in 1903 with 400 rooms and 300 baths, and it claimed to be entirely fireproof.

Here you will have to look around to find the answer to our challenge to advance to the new location and learn the story of this place.

Pass By: The Cathedral Church of St. James, 106 King St E, Toronto, ON M5C 2E9, Canada

The Cathedral Church of St. James is an Anglican cathedral in Downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is the location of the oldest congregation in the city, with the parish being established in 1797.

Here you will have to look around to find the answer to our challenge to advance to the new location and learn the story of this place.

Pass By: King Street East & Jarvis Street, King St E & Jarvis St, Toronto, ON M5A 1J3, Canada

St. Lawrence Hall opened in 1850 and was Toronto’s first large meeting hall. Named for Canada’s patron saint, it was for many years the centre of cultural and political life in Toronto, hosting many balls, receptions, concerts, exhibitions and lectures.

Here you will have to look around to find the answer to our challenge to advance to the new location and learn the story of this place.

Pass By: St. Lawrence Market, 92-95 Front St. E., Toronto, Ontario M5E 1C4 Canada

The St. Lawrence Market South building is a major public market building in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is located on the southwest corner of Front and Lower Jarvis Streets. Along with the St. Lawrence Market North and St. Lawrence Hall, it comprises the St. Lawrence Market complex.

Here you will have to look around to find the answer to our challenge to advance to the new location and learn the story of this place.



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