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Things To Do In Toronto


Attractions: Aquarium

Ripley Aquarium of Canada

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Ripley's Aquarium of Canada is a 135,000 square-feet incredible family attraction with more than 1.5 minion gallons of water with marine and fresh water habitats from around the world.  The exhibits have approximately 13,500 specimens from over 450 species.


The Art Gallery of Ontario

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The Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) is an art museum that includes a collection of over 80,000 works from the first century  to the present.  It is one of the largest galleries in North America with collections including Canadian (works from the Renaissance and Baroque eras), European, African and Oceanic art.  The gallery also has photography, drawings and print collections, sculptures, miniature frames, books, film and video art, architecture, and ship models.

Attractions: Art Gallery of Ontario

Attractions: Casa Loma

Casa Loma

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Casa Loma, Canada's Majestic Castle, is a place to step back in time to period of European elegance and splendour completed with decorated suites, secret passage, an 800-foot tunnel, towers, stables, and beautiful 5-acre estate gardens.  It is a popular venue for weddings and filming movies and television shows.

CN Tower

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The CN Tower is a 553.3m-high (1815.3ft.) concrete communications and observation tower in downtown Toronto which was completed in 1976.  It is now the third tallest tower in the world and remains the tallest free-standing structure in the Western Hemisphere, a signature icon of Toronto's skyline, and a symbol of Canada.  You can experience EdgeWalk, an outdoor walk on the tower and the dine at the 350-metre high revolving restaurant.

Attractions: CN Tower

Attractions: Distillery District

Distillery Historic District

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Distillery Historic District opened in 2003 and today it is widely regarded as Canada's premier arts, culture and entertainment destination.  A place brimming with creativity and creative people, inspiring dreams, and helping them come true.  It is an international acclaimed village of one-of-a-kind stores, shops, galleries, studios, restaurants, cafes, theatres and more.

Eaton Centre

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Toronto Eaton Centre opened in 1977 and is one of the most visited attractions and North America's busiest mall.  With a striking glass galleria and iconic "flight Stop" geese; it is a celebrated Canadian landmark.  Home to over 250+ best-in-class retailers, restaurants and services in the heart of downtown and the city's premier urban shopping location.

Attractions: Eaton Centre

Attractions: Hockey Hall of Fame

Hockey Hall of Fame

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The Hockey Hall of Fame is dedicated to the history of ice hockey.  You can enjoy the exhibits about players, teams, NHL records, memorabilia, and NHL trophies like the Stanley Cup.  It was founded in Kingston, Ontario and established in 1943.

The Royal Ontario Museum

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The Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) presents art, culture of the world and history in Toronto.  It is the largest in Canada and one of the largest museums in North America.  It has more than 6 million items with 40 galleries; including diverse collections of world culture and natural history such as collections of dinosaurs, African art, Art of Eastern Asia, fossils from Burgess Shale andCanadian history.

Attractions: Royal Ontario Museum

Attractions: Blue Jays and Toronto FC

Toronto Sports Events

Toronto Blue Jays play the Baltimore Orioles on June 7th.
Toronto FC soccer team, winner of the 2017 Major League Soccer Cup, play the Philadelphia Union team on June 8th. 

Niagara Falls


Although not in Toronto, Niagara Falls is not a place to be missed.  It is the waterfalls between the Canada (Ontario) and the United States (New York), and a 2-hour drive from Toronto. It was formed when glaciers receded, at the end of the last ice age, and water from the newly formed Great Lakes carved a path through the Niagara Escarpment on route to the Atlantic Ocean. The Falls spans 17 miles (27km) northwest of Buffalo and 75 miles (121km) southeast of Toronto between the two cities of Niagara Falls, Ontario and Niagara Falls, New York.



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