The Area.

  • A quiet testament
    to an exquisite life on top.
    A decidedly distinctive community, Richmond Hill has maintained a friendly, down-to-earth vibe, despite its recent accelerated growth. With a variety of arts and culture options, and a wealth of natural surroundings and resources, the Town of Richmond Hill takes pride in the rich forests and wetlands that define its geography.

  • Home to The David Dunlap Observatory, built in 1935, Richmond Hill hosts the largest optical telescope in Canada. The huge ivory structure sits atop twenty-four train wheels, and turns with the help of a massive pulley system. A spectacle, the Observatory unifies stargazers all over the city in the knowledge that this place is truly special.

  • In this thriving town that feels both intimate and expansive, comforting yet remarkably open-minded, you constantly find yourself within minutes of amenities, restaurants and inspiring art galleries. The pristine wonders of Richmond Hill will remind you how it feels to be lost. And found.

  • Seamlessly connected. The local VIVA transit and YRT seamlessly connect Markham, Richmond Hill, Vaughan and Newmarket with the rest of Toronto, while GO Transit can whisk you out of town and back whenever you need. Truly the ultimate in convenience.

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