King sits just to the north of Vaughan and is situated entirely on the southern slope of the central portion of the Oak Ridges Moraine and its watershed.
King City is a picturesque community that is home to a number of designated heritage sites, including King City Cemetery, King Emmanuel Baptist Church and King Station, which was built in 1852.
- Eaton Hall is located on the King Campus of Seneca College.
- King Township Museum
- Mary Lake Augustinian Monastery
- The Kingbridge Centre, a conference venue.
- Skateboard Park, open to the public at the King City Community Centre and Arena
Vaughan is just north of Toronto and has a long history that dates back to 1792, but it wasn’t until its massive expansion after 1991 that put the city on the map.
Not only is Vaughan a cultural melting-pot, it is also filled with things to do. It is home to the largest amusement park in the country, one of Canada’s largest shopping centres and an open-air heritage museum.
- Baitul Islam Mosque, headquarters of the Canadian Ahmadiyya Muslim community
- Boyd Conservation Area, park located east of Islington Avenue, south of Rutherford Road.
- Canada's Wonderland, Canada's largest amusement park, located on the east side of Highway 400 between Rutherford Road and Major Mackenzie Drive.
- Kortright Centre for Conservation, located between Rutherford Road and Major Mackenzie Drive east of Islington Avenue.
- McMichael Canadian Art Collection, located in Kleinburg.
- Vaughan Mills, a large shopping mall opened in 2004, which includes Legoland Discovery Centre
- Reptilia Zoo, a 25,000 sq ft Reptile Zoo and Education Centre located near Vaughan Mills and Canada's Wonderland
- J. E. H. MacDonald House