Top 12 Things to Do in Toronto

As Canada’s cultural centre, Toronto is packed with things to do for the art lover and sights to thrill the entire family.
CN Tower

CN Tower

This iconic landmark of the Toronto skyline stands more than half a kilometre high and includes an observation deck, restaurant, skypod and glass floor. The CN Tower’s latest attraction is the Edgewalk – a hands-free walk around an outside platform encircling the tower.
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Greater Toronto Double Decker Sightseeing Tour

Greater Toronto Double Decker Sightseeing Tour

See the best of Toronto’s sights from the top of a double decker bus on this hop-on, hop-off tour. Buses run on a regular basis and with your ticket you are free to leave and rejoin the tour at any time.
Museums

Museums

For anyone interested in learning more about history and cultures, Toronto has a wide variety of museums with some unique themes. The Royal Ontario Museum, the Aga Khan Museum and the Bata Shoe Museum are just a few of Toronto’s world-class museums.
Animal watching

Animal watching

Discover the animals of the world at Toronto’s world-class animal watching attractions - The Toronto Zoo and Ripley’s Aquarium.
Art Gallery of Ontario

Art Gallery of Ontario

With over 80,000 works of art, and housed in a building which many consider to be an architectural marvel, the Art Gallery of Ontario is well worth a visit.
Ontario Science Centre

Ontario Science Centre

Always a favourite with both children and curious adults alike, the Ontario Science Centre is packed with displays and interactive exhibits. A great place to explore nature, physics and more.
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Shopping

Shopping

For a unique shopping experience, take a wander around one of Toronto’s many historic districts. Areas such as The Distillery District, The Bloor-Yorkville Neighbourhood, St Lawrence Market and Kensington Market are great places to shop, eat, and enjoy the local flavour of the neighbourhood.  
Theatre

Theatre

Toronto is renowned for its world-class theatre district and active film industry. Whether you want to take in a movie or see a broadway show, there is always plenty to see. 
Festivals

Festivals

Toronto has a variety of annual festivals celebrating music, theatre, food, cultures and much more. 
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Hockey Hall of Fame

Hockey Hall of Fame

Celebrate the history and achievements of Canadian Hockey and see the Stanley Cup at its official home. 
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Casa Loma

Casa Loma

A genuine castle complete with towers, tunnels and more. The castle is open daily for tours. 
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Black Creek Pioneer Village

Black Creek Pioneer Village

Take a step back in time to this faithfully recreated 1860s Ontario village. Costumed interpreters and artisans add to the authenticity of the village, and are eager to provide information as you wander round homes, businesses and farms. 
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