Top LGBTQ Things To Do in Toronto
- It All Starts in the Village. Every visit to Toronto should begin with some people watching in the gay village. Centred around Church & Wellesley, pick a spot and watch the hot boys and hot girls go by. Or explore the neighbourhood with a self-guided or guided tour where you can have a fun and interesting look at Toronto’s gay landmarks and culture.
- Show Your Pride. Each year in June, the city plays host to the Toronto Pride Festival. Days of queer celebration turns streets into parades and parking lots into parties. Come out and meet some of the one million people that crowd the downtown for the festivities.
- Feast on Festivals. If you can’t make it to Pride, there are literally hundreds of other cultural events throughout the year – including Inside Out, Canada’s largest lesbian and gay film and video festival, the Toronto International Film Festival, Taste of the Danforth, Fringe Festival and The Word on the Street. And November means Mr. Leatherman is coming to town.
- A Cultural Oasis. Explore the many museums and galleries that the city has to offer. The Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) is home to thousands of years of diverse culture, while the Bata Shoe Museum has a much more specific focus. After the museum, take in a ballet or opera by the national companies at the stunning Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts.