Baby Point Uncovered Walking Tour


June 16 @ 2:00 pm 3:30 pm

About the Tour

Led by archaeologists, this walk will reveal the Indigenous presence buried along the Humber River in Baby Point, including settlements like the 17th-century Seneca village of Teiaiagon, and address the area’s colonization and early 20th-century transformation into a garden-inspired residential community by developer Robert Home Smith.

This tour was developed and will be led by ASI.

Cost and Registration

This tour is provided for $8.00/person. The total cost is $9.85 (includes a $1.85 transaction fee). Please note that space is limited on our tours. You may not be able to join a tour group if you have not registered ahead of time through our website.

Further Information

This tour runs rain or shine and lasts approximately 90 minutes. Please wear comfortable walking shoes and consider bringing sunscreen and water to make your tour as enjoyable as possible.

This tour is approximately 1.2 kilometers in distance and takes place on city sidewalks and some unpaved nature trails. Please note there is a steep sloped path and some stair-climbing is required during the tour.

This tour uses individual audio headsets. All registered participants will be provided with an individual headset that will allow you to hear the live tour guide throughout the tour.

If you share our passion for accessible and inclusive heritage programming, we invite you to make a donation while on the tour to help fund one of our next walks. Staff can accept donations via credit or debit card onsite, and gifts of $20+ will receive a charitable tax receipt. Cash donations will not be accepted.

If you have any questions prior to the tour, please contact us at [email protected]

Start Point

Étienne Brûlé Park (10 Catherine Avenue)

End Point

Intersection of Baby Point Road and Jane Street


$9.85 ($8.00 ticket + $1.85 Eventbrite transaction fee)


Pre-registration is required.

Tour Start Location

Étienne Brûlé Park

10 Catherine Ave
Toronto, ON M6S
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