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Explore Toronto

Explore Toronto

Toronto has a ton to offer, explore the city during your visit! Below are options to consider - more options are also available on the Destination Toronto website


  • Niagara Falls: Renowned as one of the most incredible waterfalls and natural wonders of the world, Niagara Falls spans the borders of Ontario, Canada and New York, United States. It was formed in the recession of glaciers in the last ice age. Spend the day emersed in the incredible beauty of Niagara Falls: Niagara Falls Day Trips
  • Casa Loma: Casa Loma is primarily known for being North America’s only castle. Built in 1914, its beautiful Gothic-revival design, immaculate flower gardens and overall opulence can’t be found anywhere else.
  • CN Tower: Towering over the city at 1,815 ft, the CN Tower is Toronto’s landmark attraction and is famous for offering unparalleled views of the city.
  • Royal Ontario Museum: Spend the day hanging out with dinosaurs, travelling to ancient Egypt, and discovering awe-inspiring works of contemporary art, among other adventures. ROM houses 13 million objects spanning art, culture, and nature from around the world and across the ages. 
  • Hockey Hall of Fame: Looking to brush up on your hockey skills? Face up against Carey Price and Frederik Anderson to practice your slapshots at the Hockey Hall of Fame. We should probably mention that you’ll be playing against virtual versions of the hockey legends—still cool nonetheless! Practice your technique with a real puck and stick, inside of an immersive model rink as the virtual goalies protect their nets.
  • Ontario Science Centre: At the Ontario Science Centre’s Above & Beyond: An Interactive Flight exhibition, you can learn about the history of air and space travel. The exhibit features immersive and hands-on activities including riding a space elevator or being the pilot of a jet! While you’re there, explore the other interactive exhibits as well (over 500 of them), including an immersive, hyper-realistic rainforest. 
  • Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada: Ripley's Aquarium of Canada features a mesmerizing collection of Canadian creatures and fascinating marine life from across the globe. With one of the world’s most extensive jellyfish exhibits, 65+-year-old giant lobsters, stingray touch pools and live dive shows, you can explore creatures from various depths. Containing over 5.7 million litres of water, the 12,500 square-metre (135,000 sq ft) interactive aquarium immerses guests in a thrilling underwater adventure.
  • St. Lawrence Market Complex: Originally called Market Square, St. Lawrence Market’s inception was due to an increase in York’s (Toronto’s) population. Settlers decided it was time to open a proper market to feed their growing city. It immediately became the city centre where locals would convene and hold social celebrations. Nearly 200 years later, St. Lawrence Market thrives as a culinary hub where foodies gather for local and artisanal eats. 
  • Toronto Zoo: With a walking map, exclusive one-of-a-kind tours and a drive-thru safari, there’s no shortage of ways to see the hundreds of species at this gorgeous zoo. With a focus on conservation and protecting the environment, your ticket to the Toronto Zoo (2000 Meadowvale Rd.) will contribute to helping keep these striking animals thriving for as long as possible.
  • “The Word on the Street” Festival is taking place on May 27 - 28 at Queen’s Park. The 34th Annual Word On The Street Festival returns to Queen’s Park this spring on May 27th & 28th! Hosted annually since 1990 in downtown Toronto, “WOTS” is a FREE community street festival that celebrates the stories that connect us. Featuring Canadian and Indigenous authors, an outdoor marketplace for books and magazines, and dedicated children’s programming, WOTS was voted one of Toronto’s Best Local Festivals in the 2022 Toronto Star Readers Choice Awards.

For a comprehensive list of everything happening in Toronto (shows, live music, exhibits, events, sports games, etc) you can visit the website:

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