Often overlooked because of its close proximity to the HUGE Toronto Reference Library is the lovely Yorkville branch. This building is the Toronto Public Library's oldest building, the first of four libraries constructed with a 1903 grant from the Carnegie Corportation. The building was expanded in 1978 to meet the cities growing demands.
Located in the downtown, it is possible to drive and if you look carefully you can find parking at a resonable price. This cache is recomended for transit access. The pedestrian traffic of the area make make it difficult, but explore the area and learn about the building's history while you wait.