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8 Cute Fall Photo Spots in Toronto

8 Cute Fall Photo Spots in Toronto

Looking to visit the most Instagrammable fall photo spots in Toronto?

Fall is my absolute favourite season – I love everything from sipping on pumpkin spice lattes to admiring all the fall foliage in Toronto.

Here are some of the cutest and most Instagram-worthy fall photo spots to visit in Toronto!

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Cute fall photo spots in Toronto


Fall foliage in Liberty Village, Toronto

Liberty Village

Liberty Village has some cool older buildings lined with vines that change colours during the seasons.

Grab some coffee at Louie Craft Coffee or Balzac’s, then take a walk around the neighbourhood and enjoy the fall colours.

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While you’re at it, check out the Toronto Carpet Factory mural and the “Hustle” mural in the area!


Fall outfit in the Distillery District, Toronto

Distillery District

The Distillery District is one of the cutest neighbourhoods in Toronto, and it’s fun to visit year-round.

I adore the historic buildings and cobblestone stones lining the roads!

It’s also completely pedestrian-only, which makes it easier to walk around and take photos safely.

They do have a rule against taking “professional photos”, so it might be easier to take photos with your phone rather than a camera.

After you’ve taken your fall photos for the ‘Gram, do these other fun things to do in the Distillery District or eat at one of the best Distillery District restaurants!


Nordstrom BP. front slit ribbed t-shirt dress with Steve Madden Betty lace-up combat boots | Osgoode Hall in Toronto

Osgoode Hall

One of my go-to photo spots in Toronto is Osgoode Hall – I love the historic architecture of the heritage building, and the courtyard is lovely during the spring and summer months.

It’s usually not very busy here, so you can easily take your fall photos without disturbing too many people!

LOCATION: 130 Queen St. West, Toronto, ON


Toronto Union Station

Union Station

I’m all about neutral colours during the fall, so I love visiting picturesque and historic buildings in Toronto like Union Station.

Union Station is massive, and the prettiest part of it is definitely the side facing Front Street.

The main train station hall inside is also really beautiful, and a great photo spot if it’s too cold outside!

If you’re hungry, stop into the Union Station food court and grab some of the best cheap eats in Toronto.

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LOCATION: 65 Front St. West, Toronto, ON


Novotel Toronto Centre

Novotel Toronto Centre

Temporarily transport yourself to the streets of Europe under this pretty walkway outside the Novotel Toronto Centre.

It’s one of the prettiest places to take Instagram photos in Toronto, and plenty of bloggers and Instagrammers take their pictures here.

The walkway actually gets quite a bit of foot traffic, and you can take photos from across the street to make it a bit easier.

Warning, though: I put my bag and tripod on top of a concrete block across the street, unknowingly right on top of poop water *vomits*.

LOCATION: 45 The Esplanade, Toronto, ON


Fall foliage at the Toronto Harbourfront

Toronto Harbourfront

I always love visiting the Harbourfront year-round – it’s beautiful any time of year, and there’s always something to do in the neighbourhood.

There are plenty of trees lining the Harbourfront, which means plenty of fall foliage to see!

Afterwards, do these fun activities at the Harbourfront or hit up the best Harbourfront restaurants.

LOCATION: 235 Queens Quay West, Toronto, ON


Allen Schwartz dress from Fitzroy Dress Rentals at 1 Claredon Road in Toronto, Ontario

1 Claredon Road

This stunning historical building is actually a residential building, so please be mindful and respectful of that if you come visit here.

I believe a lot of older people live in the building, so they actually will call on you and have you fined.

Just be respectful and don’t spend an hour taking photos here!

It’s located near Summerhill Station.

LOCATION: 1 Claredon Road, Toronto, ON


Scarborough Bluffs, Ontario

Scarborough Bluffs

The Bluffs are stunning year-round, but fall is definitely my favourite time to visit because of all the pretty fall foliage.

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It’s a little bit of a trek to get there from downtown (especially via TTC), but it’s so worth the visit.

Be careful of the waves at Bluffer’s Park because they can get pretty dangerous!


Cute fall photo spots in Toronto:

  1. Liberty Village
  2. Distillery District
  3. Osgoode Hall
  4. Union Station
  5. Novotel Toronto Centre
  6. Toronto Harbourfront
  7. 1 Claredon Road
  8. Scarborough Bluffs

These were some of the best and cutest fall photo spots to visit in Toronto!

If you’re looking for fun tours and activities to try in Toronto, check out this Kensington Market food tour or this St. Lawrence Market food tour!

Have you been to any of these photo spots? What are some of the cutest and most Instagrammable fall photo spots in Toronto in your opinion? Let me know on Twitter or Instagram!

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