10 secret streets to explore in Toronto

Secret streets in Toronto only deserve such a designation if you don’t know where to look for them. You could pass them a hundred times without noticing, but once you’ve been tipped off, you’ll always be able to find them. And you’ll want to do just that, as they are some of the coolest places in the city.

Elmsley Place
Did you know that U of T has a private street?
Glasgow Street
Possibly one of the coolest streets in Toronto.
Redway Road
This one won’t be a secret to Toronto’s cycling community, who test their mettle by climbing one of the steepest hills in the city.
Beechwood Drive
This one runs along the opposite side of the Don Valley.
Kensington Place
One of a few hidden laneways in Kensington Market.
Fitzroy Terrace
Located just a few minutes walk south from Kensington Place.
Glen Baillie Place
Blink and you’ll miss the entrance to this cul-de-sac off of bustling Spadina Ave.
Benlamond Drive
Quite possibly the most secret street in Toronto.
Alpha Avenue
One of a number of quirky streets throughout Cabbagetown.
Bisley Street
Another one that’s nearly impossible to spot unless you know exactly where to look.
Be sure to explore next time you’re in Toronto!

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