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Top Attractions in Toronto
CN Tower is Canada’s most recognizable and celebrated icon. It is renowned for Skypod, Edge Walk, Glass Floor and 360 Restaurant.
Ripley's Aquarium of Canada
It is one of the famous tourist attraction in Toronto featuring with more than 50 live exhibits, six play areas, and a tunnel full of sharks.
Royal Ontario Museum
It is a home of world class collection of artworks, cultural objects and natural history specimens. Also, you can learn about symbols, emblems and images of Canada.
It’s a Gothic Revival style mansion and garden in midtown Toronto. It’s a unique architecture that made it a desirable location for film and photo shoots.
St. Lawrence Market
It’s a great market to hang-out and wander the various shops. On top of all the delicious food and wonderful vendors, it’s also a home to several events.
The Distillery District
It is a historic district opened in 2003 and now it is widely known as Canada’s premier arts, culture and entertainment destination.
The market is home to various speciality grocers, vintage boutiques, arts spaces, bakeries, cheese shops, International restaurants, trendy bars and cafe.
It is a public space beneath an expressway which hosts art shows, community events and winter ice skating.
Art Gallery of Ontario
Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) is the largest and most distinguished art museums in North America with a collection of more than 90,000 works of art.
The Rec Room
It’s airy, spacious mini-chain for pub grub & craft beer plus arcade games, pool tables & live acts. Its a premier destination for kids to play & to enjoy live entertainment.
Hockey Hall of Fame
It is an ice hockey museum in Toronto which holds exhibits about players, teams, National Hockey league records as well as Stanley cup.
TIFF Bell Lightbox
It is a centre of the Toronto International Film Festival that features world cinema and events year-round.
Beside exhibits, this museum offers classes, lectures and tours. It also has a bistro and a gift shop.
The Design Exchange is a cultural organization dedicated exclusively to design, and provides a sophisticated alternative for meetings and events.
The Power Plant
The Power Plant is a Canada’s leading public gallery devoted exclusively to contemporary art, ideas through exhibitions, publications, talks and events.
Ontario Science Centre
The Ontario Science Centre is a science Museum that designs and builds world-class exhibitions.
Toronto Zoo is the largest Zoo in Canada that has developed a world where wildlife thrives.
Museum of Illusions
The Museum of Illusions is a place where nothing is as it seems. It promotes fun and entertainment with education and learning.