Looking for outdoor locations to perfect your IG account? There are so many instagrammable places in Toronto that are so beautiful in the winter time. The snow adds a lovely touch to each spot, so wait for the snowflakes and grab your camera for the best photo opp.
Here are the most instagrammable places in Toronto in the winter.
This classic location is always full of light during the night with people skating all around the rink. It’s situated at the intersection of Queen Street West and Bay Street. Once you’re done with your photoshoot, hop on the ice for a fun winter activity.
The lovely area of Yorkville is covered in sparkling lights throughout the season. For the best photos, check out the area at night to get the full effect.
The Distillery District typically hosts the Toronto Christmas Market. The area is has collection of boutiques, galleries, cafes, restaurants that are covered in lights. The show stopper is the huge Christmas Tree that brightens the whole location.
Known as the Flatiron Building, the Gooderham Building is a historic office building at 49 Wellington Street East in Toronto. A snowfall is just what you need to complete your photo here.
High Park is picture perfect in the winter. Explore the trails and paths through the forest. It’s located at 1873 Bloor Street West in Toronto.
Toronto Islands are a chain of 15 small islands in Lake Ontario. During the winter the lake freezes over which leads to a breathtaking view of the CN Tower. You really can’t get any better views of the 6ix than this.
Trade the sand for snow at this location. The adorable umbrellas make for a fun photo prop and pop of colour. You also get a great peek at the CN Tower.
If you’re looking for a mystic and eery background, check out Trinity Bellwoods Park on a gloomy day. Trust me, it won’t disappoint!
If you’re all about that old town feel, then you need to check out the UofT St. George Campus for super cool photos. In fact, it’s actually the oldest university in the province of Ontario.
The Bentway is an awesome skating trail that’s located at Fort York Blvd under the Gardiner Expressway. Pose for a total Canadian pic on the ice and then enjoy the winter activity. You may even see some familiar faces, like Kevin and Astrid from the Bachelor Series!
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