The Majestic Casa Loma Castle

Saturday, November 21, 2015
Casa Loma is an old Edwardian castle on the outskirts of the city. A very nice place for those who are visiting Toronto. It's a antique house that belonged to very important people. The former home of Canadian financier Sir Henry Pellatt, Canada's foremost castle is complete with decorated suites, secret passages, an 800-foot tunnel, towers, stables, and beautiful 5-acre estate gardens. The Casa Loma itself built between 1911 and 1913. 

The architecture outside is beautiful, every site from side, front, to back you see the beauty and detail. This place has unique high rise towers, the most exciting is you almost go through a maze and through back doors to finally get to the winding staircase to go high above at the top point of the building and look at the beauty of the grounds and view of Toronto. It has an underground type tunnel that winds under the street to an old Horse Stable at the other side. Absolutely a Canadian treasure. If you're a fan of castles like me Casa Loma is for you!


Address: 1 Austin Terrace
Toronto, ON M5R 1X8
Canada

Canada's majestic Castle

The front entrance to Casa Loma
  
One of the room - great inspiration for room and ideas

Amazing detailings of the bed

Elegant Chandelier


The gorgeous interiors of Casa Loma

               

35 comments:

  1. Casa Loma and BCE Place (Hockey Hall of Fame)! Memorable sa'kin ang BCE, kasi katapat ng building nyan eh yung first work ko sa Toronto :') I passed by BCE every day coming and going to the subway :)

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  2. What a magnificent castle--I think I would love LIVING in that one (I am a romantic at heart)--of course I would probably get lost on a daily basis! They do have tour guides--right?

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  3. So beautiful, its always amazes me how much love, craft and time used to go into building these magnificent buildings. I wish we still built like this today !!

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  4. Wow abd wow. An huge place:)

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  5. Lucky you to see these beautiful places sis!

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  6. I would love to go their that is gorgeous .Lucky you

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  7. That is absolutely beautiful, good to get away even if for a short period. I ran a 5k today in honor of the men and women who have sacrificed for our country.

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  8. That places is gorgeous! Amazing pictures!

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  9. I want to go to Toronto one day

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  10. Wow that is really beautiful. I would love to visit there some day!

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  11. Wow that is really beautiful. I would love to visit there some day!

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  12. wow gorgeous castle makes me want to be a princess

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  13. This is very interesting, another new information i get from reading your blog.

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  14. What I find amazing is that anyone could build something this magnificent considering the tools and mathematical understanding of the day.

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  15. The castle is amazing. I would love to explore that castle someday.

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  16. I would love to spend a day exploring a castle. It would be so fun.

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  17. That is gorgeous. I would absolutely LOVE to go there myself someday.

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  18. Wow...wow...wow...this is amazing....I am lost for words. Thanks for taking the time to share these beautiful pictures with us

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  19. Incredibly stunning. i've been to Toronto but never saw it. I must, though.

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  20. Wow! What a gorgeous place. I want to LIVE there! I really like that blue color on the wall in the first picture of the room.

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  21. Wow! Definitely amazing and majestic! I would love to go there someday and see its beauty for myself.

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  22. I lived in Toronto for two years and never went to this place - my loss!

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  23. I had forgotten that I've visited this place. Now I recall how beautiful it was, and the view from the top was lovely.

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  24. Castle Loma is simply stunning, I always find historical settlements fascinating and even more so when I know little about them.

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  25. This is breathtaking! Thank you for sharing :)

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  26. This is very beautiful! I haven't been in Canada, my husband would love to see this.

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  27. what a beautiful place, i love the long and high windows with lots of nice drapes

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  28. Very nice pictures and looks like a wonderful place to visit.

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  29. What a beautiful castle. I would love to visit Canada sometime.

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  30. This is so beautiful! It reminds me a lot of the one in Banff :)

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  31. so gorgeous. I've never been to Canada, such a wonderful place

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  32. Wow! What an interesting and magnificent place! I wish I could pay a visit there too someday :)

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  33. Oh my how beautiful, the majestic castle offers so much and I would so love to go visit myself

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  34. Stunning place! I always dreamed about castles since childhood. I hope I can go there someday.

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