Here's a blast from the past! It Takes Two starring the Olsen twins was filmed in so many Ontario hotspots. It even includes a mansion on Toronto's The Bridle Path.\nThough the film came out 25 years ago, it's still a classic today that you can actually watch on Amazon Prime Canada. Who can resist the adorable Mary-Kate and Ashley in action together?\nIf you need a memory refresher, the 1995 flick followed a pair of identical girls who (literally) bump into each other one day at camp.\nMary-Kate's character Amanda Lemmon is an orphan living with a social worker. Ashley plays Alyssa Callaway, the daughter of a single and extremely wealthy father who intends to marry a woman she's not too fond of.\nNot only do the conniving little girls switch lives since they're totally identical, but they also hash up a plan to get Alyssa's dad and Amanda's social worker to hook up.\nStarring opposite the twins is Kirstie Alley, Steve Guttenberg, and Jane Sibbett.\nAccording to IMDb, Production took place in a couple of areas around North America. Manhattan, New York City, and Ohio are among the US locations.\nBut a huge chunk of it was also filmed in areas around Ontario! You can totally visit them and look out for your long lost twin while you're there too.\nCheck out the trailer below.\nCamp Mini-Yo-We\nView this post on Instagram Dead Man's Island ... simply amazing in the winter! Check out the new blog post on our site for more ideas about winter at Camp Mini-Yo-We! #wintercamp #classtrip #muskokawinter A post shared by Camp Mini-Yo-We (@campmyw) on Sep 18, 2019 at 5:07am PDT\nThe first filming location listed on IMDb is Camp Mini-Yo-We located in Muskoka, which is where the girls run into each other in the forest. Located at 1878 Muskoka District Road 10, the camp is still up and running and offers programs for leadership, discovery, boys, girls, and youth.\nTrinity College at U of T\nView this post on Instagram not being part of trin but spending 99% of my time at trin is my personality trait A post shared by meg’s film (@filmbymegan) on Mar 8, 2020 at 9:39am PDT\nAccording to the Torontoist, the private school that Alyssa attends was actually filmed at the University of Toronto. Trinity College is located at 6 Hoskin Ave. and was founded back in 1851.\n68 The Bridle Path\nAlyssa's extremely rich father Roger Callaway owns a mansion, obviously. You can catch a glimpse of the inside of the palace in the trailer above. Huffington Post claims that it's actually located at 68 The Bridle Path in North York. It's 28,000-square-feet and valued at $25 million with 14 bathrooms, 10 bedrooms, and an indoor pool.\nSt. James Cathedral\nView this post on Instagram The 11:00am service begins. #sms18 #stjamesto #anglican #torontoanglicans A post shared by St. James Cathedral Toronto (@stjamesto) on Sep 30, 2018 at 8:10am PDT\nThe end of the flick features a big wedding. Since it was set in New York, the outside was filmed in Manhattan but the inside was filmed at The Cathedral Church of St. James, per Torontoist. You can visit the church in downtown Toronto at 106 King St E.\nWest Don Lands\nView this post on Instagram Golf cart not included! 🏌🏼♀️🏌🏼♀️ #toronto A post shared by Cailli Beckerman Sam Beckerman (@beckermantwins) on Apr 2, 2017 at 2:43pm PDT\nThe Torontoist writes that a scene featuring kids working in a junkyard actually took place at the West Don Lands. The area is surrounded by Don River, King Street, and Parliament Street in Toronto and is currently under big reconstruction.\nToronto Pearson Airport\nView this post on Instagram It's busy at YYZ as we head into the holidays! We expect to see an average of 130,000 passengers a day between now and January 5. That's equal to the population of the city of Cambridge passing through our terminals each day! If you're travelling during this period, give yourself lots of time to get to the airport. Arriving early will mean lots of time to check-in, pass through security screening and make it to your gate. Once you're here, we have plenty of things to do and see. Take a festive 🤳 in the Fuji Film selfie booth and print it off for family or friends, check out our decorations (including 16 🎄!) or enjoy one of our many great restaurants. A post shared by Toronto Pearson (@torontopearson) on Dec 19, 2019 at 12:26pm PST\nYou might need to find some famous friends to visit the private terminal at Toronto's international airport. The Torontoist claims that the "executive air terminal" was filmed at Pearson and you can even catch a glimpse of an Air Canada jet in the background.