The Ultimate Toronto Scavenger Hunt You Have To Try At Least Once

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The Ultimate Toronto Scavenger Hunt You Have To Try At Least Once

If you’ve never done a scavenger hunt, you’re seriously missing out.

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When I was in high school, the grads would always have a scavenger with different teams where the aim of the game was to see which team could find the most amount of things on the list in a certain amount of time. The winning team got a cash prize that the losing teams pitched on, so it was a pretty sweet deal. But even without a prize, a scavenger of the city will help you explore and find the hidden gems in Toronto.

It was just so huggable 💞 #hugmetree #tourists #toronto

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1.  The ‘Hug Me’ tree

Icky weather but always in para-para #paradise when @vivstery is around (when we don't kill each other). 😘 #streetsoftoronto #bff #saterdaze

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2.  “This Is Paradise” wall

 5. This hidden noen sign

4. This colossal burger

5. This abstract statue

Day 1 of our 5 day reveal! What's the password? #PabloLovesYou

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6. This secret bar that requires a password

#streetart #thesix #katemoss #supreme

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 7. This sassy street art.

Got to walk where my idol once stood on the #CanadianWalkOfFame @JimCarrey #JimCarrey #Toronto

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8. Funny man Jim Carrey’s star on Canada’s walk of fame

Channelling Paddington, Sydney.

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9. This perfectly pink house

Working on my Carbon-footprint 💨

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10. This extra ‘green’ car

11. This super funky drink

CALIFORNIA HERE WE COME 🎵…if anyone needs me, I'll be at In & Out ✌🏼️

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12. This very truthful sign

I like all animals. Even the fake ones. 🐘

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13. This majestic statue

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The Ultimate Toronto Scavenger Hunt You Have To Try At Least Once