The CN Tower is great and all, but real ones know that off the beaten path, you'll find all kinds of unusual Toronto landmarks that give our city its character.
The 6ix is full of odd sculptures and quirky destinations to visit. One could even argue that you're not a true Torontonian until you've visited them all.
Here are some of the spots you have to see if you consider yourself an expert in all things Tdot.
The Leslieville Doll House
Is it creepy? Of course it is, which makes it all the more essential that you see it for yourself. If you're lucky, you may even spot Shirley Sumaiser, the owner of this famous east end home.
Location: 5 Bertmount Ave., Toronto, ON
The Haunted Lighthouse
Legend has it that the Gibraltar Point Lighthouse is occupied by the ghost of its first keeper, who mysteriously disappeared back in 1815.
Location: Hanlan's Point Park, Toronto, ON
The History Of Stickers Museum
Have you checked out The History of Stickers Museum yet? It's at the @StickerYou store at 677 Queen St. W. and it… https://t.co/LP6s0w7430— Toronto Mike (@Toronto Mike)1582988174.0
History can be boring, but stickers are always fun!
Location: 677 Queen St. W., Toronto, ON
Random Toy Soldiers
@James_Barr Monument to the War of 1812, Toronto. https://t.co/LNhXZXtfUF— Jeff Hubbell (@Jeff Hubbell)1591853051.0
The most subtle, yet artsy, bit of shade you'll ever seen thrown.
Location: Bathurst Street and Lake Shore Boulevard, Toronto
This could very well be the world's only country pasture surrounded by skyscrapers and with a Starbucks right across the street.
Location: 100 The PATH, Canadian Pacific Tower-Wellington, Toronto, ON
This sculpture pays tribute to the area's history as Toronto's garment district. Now that's what you call symbolism, or should we say thimbleism.
Location: Richmond Street and Spadina Avenue., Toronto, ON