Casa Loma

1 Austin Terrace, Toronto



Open Daily. Closed Dec 25

Casa Loma Toronto Castle & gardens

About Casa Loma Toronto, Ontario


The House on the Hill, Casa Loma was the residence of Sir Henry Mill Pellatt, a Canadian Financier. The mansion, which was the largest private residence of the era, was built from 1911 – 1914. The first world war and the great depression caused financial difficulties for Sir Pellatt and the City of Toronto took over Casa Loma. In it’s 100 years of existence, Casa Loma has served as a Luxury hotel, famous nightspot and also as a secret facility for sonar research during World War II.

Since 1930’s, the majestic Casa Loma has been a tourist destination beckoning visitors to step back in time to a period of European elegance and splendour.

What to do at Casa Loma?

Casa Loma Toronto Tunnel to the StablesAttractions & Things to do at Casa Loma

Go on a self guided Audio Tour and explore Canada’s foremost castle: Tour the rooms decorated in period furnishings, step into secret passages and climb up the winding stairs to the top of the majestic tower for a great view of Toronto landscape.

Follow the 800 foot underground tunnel that connects Casa Loma to the stables and the hunting Lodge. The Tunnel starts in the lower level, entrance is near the gift shop.

Tour the landscaped 5 acre estate gardens complete with art installations and water features.

Escape the Tower:Try out Escape Games based on true historical facts at the Tower that blends fact with fiction and theatre with gaming.

Enjoy symphony series by the renowned Toronto Concert Orchestra at Casa Loma. Various events like Easter Brunch/Mother’s Day/ Father’s Day BBQ , Canada Day BBQ, and exhibitions are also held at Casa Loma.

Learn more about Sir Pellat through the 20 Minute Historic Documentary, Pellatt Newsreel: The Story of a Lifetime. Don’t miss the antique cars, the Darkside installation, and the art exhibit on the 3rd floor!

You can also hold private functions(venue rental) like weddings and parties at Casa Loma.

Guided group tours are also available.

Who will enjoy the attraction the best?

From grandly furnished rooms to beautiful gardens, from underground tunnels to stairs leading up the tower, Casa Loma has something to intrigue everybody.

When to visit Casa Loma?

Casa Loma Hours


Open daily from 9:30 AM – 5:00 PM | Last admission is 4:30 PM

December 24 – Open 9:30 AM – 1:00 PM
December 25th – CLOSED

Gardens (open May through October).

Easter Brunch – on Easter Day Sunday

Symphony in the Gardens– Every Tuesday during Summer | 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM

Escape From the Tower: Wednesdays – Sunday, 5:30 PM onwards

How much time is required to visit Casa Loma?

Allow 1-3 hours to complete the tour of Casa Loma.

How much will it cost to visit Casa Loma?

Casa Loma Admission / Tickets

casalomatorontoAdults (18-59): $30.00
Seniors (60+)/Youth (14 – 17) : $25.00
Children (4-13): $20.00

+ charges

Admission includes:

– Self guided audio guide (available for pick-up in the Gift Shop)
– Documentary viewing in the theatre
– Access to grounds and gardens (May-October)
– Rush seating, space permitting to the Symphony Serieson Tuesday evenings.

Escape from the Tower: $36.00 & up

How to get tickets?

Online& on-site.

Ticket Discounts / Coupons

Toronto CityPASS is Casa Loma admission plus 4 other must-see attraction admissions combined in one deeply discounted ticket booklet. Purchase booklets or e-tickets at or on site at the Box Office. Prices are subject to change without notice.


CN Tower, Casa Loma,Ontario Science Centre, Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto Zoo

Types of payments accepted

Mastercard, Visa, Amex, Cash, Interac, US Dollar

How to get to Casa Loma?

Casa Loma Location & Directions

Casa Loma is located south of St Clair, at 1 Austin Terrace and north west corner of Spadina Road & Davenport Road intersection.

GPS Coordinates:43.678126, -79.410042

For detailed directions, see the map tab, or click on the GPS Coordinates.

Casa Loma is also accessible via public transport (10 – 15 minutes up hill walk from near stop) and is situated next to Spadina Museum. Public Transit Trip Planning


Paid parking available on-site ($10 maximum).

What about amenities, and accessibility at Casa Loma?


Family friendly and accessible washrooms available on-site for paid visitors.

Gift shop on lower level.

Full service Liberty Cafe on lower level – open until 4:00pm

Restaurant- Blue Blood Steakhouse in the Oak Room on the first floor of the building.

Schools may bring bag lunches and eat on site or order lunch from our Cafe. Contact us for details. Please ask about the group discounts.


Casa Loma is mostly accessible, other than the Towers and servants quarters.

Keep in mind there are many stairs throughout Casa Loma. Though we do have an elevator on site, it is an original heritage elevator reserved for those using wheelchairs. Strollers are not permitted in the elevator, and should be checked upon arrival. Please use caution in areas such as the towers and tunnels where there is some uneven footing and spiral staircases.


Only guide dogs are allowed.

Other Information

Self-Guided Audio Tour – offered in eight languages. (English, french, German, Japanese, Mandarin, Korean, Italian and Spanish) and ASL.

Camera are welcome for personal use. For engagement, wedding, or photoshoot bookings, please email


All images © Casa Loma

Casa Loma Father’s Day Exotic Car Display
Casa Loma Father’s Day Exotic Car Display

Casa Loma, 1 Austin Terrace Toronto

Date: June 18, 2017 To June 18, 2017

Timing: 12:00 AM To 11:59 PM

Winter Family Games at Casa Loma
Winter Family Games at Casa Loma

Casa Loma, Austin Terrace, Toronto

Date: February 17, 2018 To February 19, 2018

Timing: 12:00 AM To 11:59 PM

Soul in the City
Soul in the City

Casa Loma, 1 Austin Terrace , Toronto

Date: June 3, 2019 To August 26, 2019

Timing: 12:00 AM To 11:59 PM

Symphony in the Gardens
Symphony in the Gardens

Casa Loma, 1 Austin Terrace Toronto

Date: June 4, 2019 To August 27, 2019

Timing: 12:00 AM To 11:59 PM

March Break at Casa Loma Imagine Dragons
March Break at Casa Loma Imagine Dragons

1 Austin Terrace, Toronto

Date: March 14, 2020 To March 22, 2020

Timing: 12:00 AM To 11:59 PM

Legends of Horror - Cancelled for 2020
Legends of Horror - Cancelled for 2020

Casa Loma, 1 Austin Terrace, Toronto

Date: October 2, 2020 To October 31, 2020

Timing: 12:00 AM To 11:59 PM

Casa Loma’s Holiday Light Tour
Casa Loma’s Holiday Light Tour

Casa Loma, 1 Austin Terrace, Toronto

Date: December 22, 2020 To January 31, 2021

Timing: 12:00 AM To 11:59 PM

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  1. Kerwin Maude

    I went a long time ago to this Ontario tourist place, and like other experiences it was a special time of too short memories. Ontario is the hub capital of tourism with many attractions like the African Lion Safari, Wonderland, War Heritage Museum, Niagara Falls and more. I would love to take my family to enjoy a province full of vibrancy that is different from the beauty of the westcoast. Kerwin Maude, Vancouver

    April 16, 2016 at 6:11 PM

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