Many people like to visit art galleries and museums to enjoy artistic greatness. However, you don’t need to confine yourself to these establishments to appreciate the beauty of art. All you need to do is wander the streets of downtown, where you can discover beautiful, meaningful, creative, and inspirational works of art. Of course, viewing street art is all at your own leisure and free of charge. Who could pass up such a great opportunity?

Some of the best places to view street art in Toronto are Kensington Market, Queen Street West, Graffiti Alley, Ossington Avenue, McCaul Street, as well as the street art installation by Jason Wing at the Centre of Innovation and Entrepreneurship at UofT. The next time you come across street art in Toronto, make sure to take a minute to appreciate its beauty.

UofT

McCaul Street near OCAD

McCaul Street near OCAD

McCaul Street near OCAD

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UofT

Queen Street West

Queen Street West

Ossington Avenue

Ossington Avenue