What are interesting things to do in Ontario? Try one of our Tourist Scavenger Hunts, self-guided walking tours, to see the sights. You will find many Tourist Scavenger Hunts spread around the province.

A Tourist Scavenger Hunts is a 2 to 3-hour self-guided walking tour with instructions through our mobile website on your smartphone. You’ll learn the history of a city or neighborhood, and the significance of various sites, monuments, and names. Also, you’ll enjoy solving our various challenges at almost every stop along the way.

Where to find our tours:

Toronto: There are 6 tours available in Toronto, with 2 more on the way: Civic Centre, Old Toronto, Old Toronto Explorer (longer tour), Queen’s Park, in the Distillery District, and around Fort York.

Ottawa: There are 4 tours available around Ottawa. One at Parliament Hill, another around the embassies, and one more along the Rideau River. You’ll find one more across the Ottawa River, in Gatineau.

Kingston: There is 1 regular tour around Kingston’s historic district, and 1 mini-version of this same tour.

Oshawa: There is 1 tour here around the historic city center, starting at city hall and taking you to several historic buildings and parks, while you learn the city’s history. Coming soon

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Further, they all end within a few blocks of their starting point. Indeed, you’ll never walk more than 5 minutes between 2 stops. However, this isn’t a race. Take as much, or as little time as you want.

You’re sure to find plenty of things to do in Ontario when doing one of our scavenger hunts.

Each one is available in English and in French.

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