A dynamic metropolis with an abundance of cultural activities and attractions, Toronto is an incredible city to visit!
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The ultimate summer destination for families with young children. With over 30 rides and attractions this theme park offers up a full day of family fun.
Location:9 Queens Quay W, Toronto
Immerse yourself in a world of 20,000 aquatic animals and discover your own underwater adventure. The Aquarium features North America’s longest underwater viewing tunnel with more than 5.7 million litres of water and over 100 interactive opportunities.
Location:288 Bremner Blvd, Toronto
Enjoy khao soi, with beautifully braised short ribs; pad gra prow, a holy basil stir fry; or their best-selling pad thai in PAI’s colourful dining room.
Location:18 Duncan St, Toronto
Ontario Place is an entertainment venue, event venue, and park in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The venue is located on three artificial landscaped islands just off-shore in Lake Ontario.
Location:955 Lake Shore Blvd W, Toronto
Explore some of the hidden waterfalls of the Niagara region on this guided day trip. Immerse yourself in scenic nature as you hike through the woods and visit 3 lesser-known waterfalls.
The sushi here goes way beyond your average maki, with rolls like the Brother from Another Mother, unagi topped with ponzu aioli and foie gras. The 48-hour wagyu short rib is so tender and juicy, it almost falls apart.
Location:80 Blue Jays Way, Toronto
Enjoy an easy ride around the beautiful Toronto Islands. Take in beautiful views of the city, and lake while hearing entertaining stories about this splendid and delightful area.
Originally established in 1912 as a collection of five museums dedicated to archaeology, paleontology, mineralogy, zoology, and geology, ROM has since consolidated its efforts, covering everything from natural and cultural history to fine arts and design within the same massive space.
Location:100 Queens Park, Toronto
Gothic Revival castle style mansion and garden in midtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada, that is now a historic house museum and landmark. It was constructed from 1911 to 1914 as a residence for financier Sir Henry Pellatt.
Location:1 Austin Terrace, Toronto
Scaramouche has been quietly serving their meticulously crafted dishes to celebrities, politicians and big wigs for over 40 years. From top to bottom, Keith Froggett’s menu is a total knockout, with dishes like roasted duck breast and plump scallops ready to bring a tear to your eye.
Location:1 Benvenuto Pl, Toronto
In 1972, the Canadian government began a massive revitalization project in Toronto to boost both local, national, and international tourism, transforming 100 acres of industrial waterfront into cultural, educational, and recreational attractions.
Location:235 Queens Quay W, Toronto
Yo Yo Ma contributed to the design of this scenic garden with summer concerts & seasonal tours.
Established in 1943, the non-profit organization has been inducting legendary players and other hockey professionals to its ranks every year since 1945. Today, the Hall of Fame also functions as a museum and houses the Stanley Cup.
Location:30 Yonge St, Toronto
Conservatory and urban park located in the Garden District of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The property includes a playground, off-leash dog park, and a 1,500 square metres conservatory with six green houses.
Location:160 Gerrard St E, Toronto
Marben was one of the city’s first farm-to-table restaurants. Before that became a buzzword, this Wellington Street gem was sourcing ingredients locally and sustainably and turning them into exquisite, creative dishes year after year.
Location:488 Wellington St W, Toronto
A 553.3 m-high concrete communications and observation tower in downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Built on the former Railway Lands, it was completed in 1976.
Location:290 Bremner Blvd, Toronto
Natural park on a narrow peninsula, with 10km of paved trails for walking, rollerblading & cycling.
Location:1 Leslie St, Toronto
Lawned clifftop park with lake views plus a playground, splash pad & 4 tennis courts.
Location:61 Undercliff Dr, Scarborough
Home to a series of 11 different parks. The area’s natural beauty is the main draw, with scenic views from the top of the bluffs over the lake. Hiking is the number one activity; you can choose to hike the 300-foot cliffs or simply drive up.
Location:1 Brimley Rd. S, Bluffers Park, Scarborough
Lakefront & sandy river-mouth swimming beach backed by wetlands, a park & trail.
Location:195 Rouge Hills Drive, Toronto
You’ll find traditional, Mexico City-style tacos made with fresh-pressed corn tortillas. Like their colourful, inviting spaces, the menus are small and simple, but flavours are bold and big. Each taco’s component, from the chicharrón to the chorizo, stands out while blending perfectly with the other elements for a wonderful, sometimes drippy, always-worth-it bite.
Location:504 Adelaide St W, Toronto
The museum isn’t a collecting museum; instead, it puts on temporary exhibitions representing all mediums, primarily featuring Canadian artists and occasionally international ones. There are thematic group shows as well as spotlights on individual artists.
Location:158 Sterling Rd #100, Toronto
Established in 1900, the Art Gallery of Ontario has more than 90,000 items in its encyclopedic collection, which spans the last 2,000 years. Of particular note are its collections of Canadian and Indigenous art, though it also has notable works by European masters like Rembrandt, Auguste Rodin, and Pablo Picasso.
Location:317 Dundas St W, Toronto
While the museum has a 1,000-piece permanent collection, it also hosts rotating exhibitions and special events; one notable recent exhibit addressed the role of female citizens of Saudi Arabia, while another library at the University of Baghdad’s College of Fine Arts.
Location:77 Wynford Dr, North York
A restaurant helmed by a Top Chef Canada winner might sound like a glitzy, flash-in-the-pan, but almost a decade on, Carl Heinrich is still serving some of the best food in Toronto. Beyond the glowing service, consistently delicious food, and robust wine offering, the friendly neighborhood spot is also flying the flag for sustainable eating.
Location:1 Richmond St W, Toronto
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