Set within the municipality of Toronto, it was considered a borough till as late as 1998. It was Canada’s last remaining borough to be dissolved and brought into the megacity of Toronto. It is divided by the Don river from Toronto. Even though a part of a flourishing metropolis, East York has retained the air of a quaint town.
Places to see in East York: CN Tower, Royal Ontario Museum, Todmorden Mills Heritage Site, Riverdale Farm, Casa Loma, CF Toronto Eaton Centre, St. Lawrence Market, Aga Khan Museum, Art Gallery of Ontario, Yonge-Dundas Square, Allan Gardens, Nathan Phillips Square, Riverdale Park East, Hockey Hall of Fame are some of the places one can visit when in East York.
Visitors to East York can hire the East York Limousine service of RideBlack. They are comfortable and punctual and offer a variety of rides and services including the chauffeuring of unaccompanied minors.