Interactive Walking Tour

The Interactive Walking Tour map is a living document showcasing sustainable features on campus. The map can be filtered to suit your trip. For example, each of the categories can be toggled on or off depending on what features you would like to view. Once you've reached a point of interest, click on the icon to access photos and a description.

There are two suggested self-guided walking paths on the map. Each will take you through highlighted sections of campus; one for LEED-certified buildings and one for gardens.

The LEED buildings walking path will take you to see the following buildings: Ontario Hall, the Richard Ivey Building, Amit Chakma Engineering Building, the Claudette MacKay-Lassonde Pavilion, McIntosh Gallery, the Physics and Astronomy building, and finally, the Western Interdisciplinary Research Building. These buildings are some of the thirteen buildings on campus that are LEED certified. To view a complete list or to book a group tour, visit here. This path is 2km long.

The gardens tour walking path starts at the TD Friends of the Environment Biodynamic Garden, then will lead you on a path through the Beryl Ivey Garden, Kent Walk, Cominco Courtyard, St. Mary’s Cement Rock Garden, the Tropical House, (in which a tour can be arranged here), Jancey Garden, and lastly Jane’s Courtyard, which can be accessed through the Biological and Geological Sciences building. This path is 1km long.

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