Attractions & things to do for the kids in your life

St. Andrew’s Church (Toronto)

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Like a downtown castle

St. Andrew’s Church is an intriguing sight, towered by tall modern buildings. With its rose window above and triple arched entrance, it is a lovely example of Romanesque architecture. If you approach it from the west, your kids will believe it is a castle in the middle of the city, thanks to the four turrets projecting from the church’s southwest tower. Adults will appreciate the unique round upper gallery and gorgeous stained glass windows. If you have a chance, try to visit on Wednesdays or Thursdays, when the 48th Highlanders Museum is open in the church’s basement.

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