Toronto’s Must-See Attractions
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Something for Everyone
CN Tower & EdgeWalk
Toronto’s most iconic attraction is the CN Tower, the tallest free-standing structure in the western hemisphere and it now includes EdgeWalk, a thrilling hands-free walk on an outside ledge of the tower.
Toronto Islands & Centreville
Visitors who want to be closer to the ground can take the scenic ferry ride over to the Toronto Islands which provides a wonderful photo opportunity of the skyline. Bike, picnic and explore the Centre Island amusement park, Centreville.
St. Lawrence Market
Great picnic fare can be discovered at The St. Lawrence Market, ranked by National Geographic as the world’s best food market. Try the famous peameal bacon sandwich at Carousel Bakery.
Hockey Hall of Fame
Spend the afternoon at the Hockey Hall of Fame and get your picture taken with the Stanley Cup.
Toronto Eaton Centre
The Eaton Centre is one of Canada’s favourite places to shop. WIth over 200 retailers in fashion, furniture and electronics, the selection here is unbeatable.
A short walk or streetcar ride from The Eaton Centre is Chinatown. It’s one of three Chinatowns in the city and borders on Kensington Market, a bohemian mix of vintage shops, funky restaurants, cafes and bars in addition to Latin American markets and food stalls.
The Distillery Historic District
The Distillery District is one of Toronto’s most picturesque neighbourhoods with its cobblestone laneways and Victorian era buildings. It was Toronto’s first distillery–which produced almost half of Ontario’s total spirit production in 1871–and is now home to high-end boutiques, art galleries and restaurants. You can take a tour here or may be lucky enough to see a movie or TV show being filmed.
Family & Educational Attractions
Toronto is chock-full of family-friendly activities that are enriching and fun.
Ontario Science Centre
The Ontario Science Centre offers hundreds of interactive exhibits.
The Toronto Zoo showcases over 5,000 animals including gorillas and polar bears.
Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada
Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada welcomes nearly 14,000 beautiful and exotic inhabitants to Toronto. Located at the base of the CN Tower.
Royal Ontario Museum (ROM)
The Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) is Canada’s largest museum of world cultures and natural history.
Kids (and moms and dads…) can unleash their inner Harry Potter in North America’s only castle, Casa Loma.
For thrills and chills Canada’s Wonderland is a park featuring over 69 rides and a 20-acre water park.