7 expert reviews
“A 98-room castle in the middle of Toronto that bankrupted a 19th century electricity multimillionaire. ”
– Atlas Obscura
"A kitschy glitch in the city's skyline to locals, this castle on a hill offers an inspiring view of the sweep of the city." Full review
"Some love it, others dismiss it as a kitsch folly. Either way, Casa Loma is a sight to behold, with its corbelled towers and battlements." Full review
"A European-style castle... grand display of extravagance." Full review
"The Medieval mansion is a popular tourist attraction." Full review
Especially well appointed are the Round Room with its exquisite Louis XV tapestry furnishings, the Windsor Room and Lady Pellatt's suite.
Condé Nast Traveler
"The estate attracts history and design buffs, families, and school groups; kids love the secret tunnels and escape rooms" Full review
Choose from three re-fueling options: the seasonal, outdoor Terrace Grill, featuring lovely views of the estate and city skyline; the casual Liberty Caffé, an all-day spot for coffee, pastries, and lunch; and the elegant BlueBlood Steakhouse (opened in 2017), which serves prime meats from Kansas, Prince Edward Island, and Japan in a stylish, heritage-meets-modern space adorned with works by Warhol, Dali, and Mr. Brainwash.