"Victoria College" University Tip by mikey_e
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Victoria College was originally founded in Bowmanville (a small town an hour or so east of Toronto), but it was moved to the University of Toronto campus over 150 years ago. Although the College is affiliated with the United Church of Canada, it is open to all students of the University. A small seminary remains (Emmanueal College) on the grounds of Victoria College. Victoria is most remarkable for Gate House residences (the tower at the end of St. Mary's Street is part of Gate House) and the Victoria College building, built from sandstone. The Isabel Bader Theatre, also part of Victoria, is often used to screen films during the Toronto International Film Festival.
Address: Charles Street west of Bay
Directions: Museum station
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