Bloor may refer to:

  • Joseph Bloore or Bloor (1789-1862), a developer of Toronto and founder of the Village of Yorkville
    • Bloor Street, a major thoroughfare in Toronto named after him
      • Bloor or Bloor-Danforth Line of the Toronto subway
      • Bloor GO Station, a commuter rail station in Toronto
      • Bloor or Prince Edward Viaduct, Toronto
      • Bloor Cinema, Toronto
      • Bloor Collegiate Institute, Toronto

Other people:

  • Alan Bloor (born 1943), a British footballer
  • David Bloor, a scholar in the sociology of scientific knowledge
  • Edward Bloor (born 1950), an American novelist
  • Ella Reeve Bloor (1862-1951), a political activist
  • John Bloor (born 1944), a British motorcycle manufacturer, owner of the Triumph company

Other uses:

  • Bloor Passage, a water passage in the Argentine Islands near Antarctica
  • Manfred Bloor, a character in Jenny Nimmo's Children of the Red King fantasy novel series