Toronto is one of those larger-than-life cities that offers more than any one person could see in five lifetimes, which makes decision-making all that much more difficult when traveling to this beautiful city. Aside from the double-decker buses, hockey games, and maple sugar candy souvenirs, there is plenty of fine shopping, dining, entertainment, attractions, and events to choose from throughout Toronto.
See what makes Toronto attractions unforgettable. From exciting theme parks and an incredible zoo to spectacular gardens and festivals - each day is an adventure. With a vibrant nighlife, a wide variety of outdoor activities, shopping and more, Toronto has it all!
Toronto's gorgeous rooftop patios, bars and restaurants offer a unique way to enjoy a cocktail or meal with a breathtaking view of the beautiful city skyline.
Canada's National Tower; this landmark attraction offers spectacular views from the third tallest building in the world. Visitors can travel up 113 floors to observe and dine at one of Toronto's premier restaurants; 360°. If that's not high enough, continue rising to the Sky Pod observation deck reaching 147 floors, where one can gaze down at the ground through a glass floor panel.
Opened in 2003 in 47 historically restored Victorian buildings, this neighborhood brilliantly fuses culture, creativity, artistic expression and pure entertainment. The village’s distinct shops, restaurants, theatres, studios and galleries offer visitors a truly unique Toronto experience.
Art Gallery of Ontario:
Recently redesigned by internationally renowned architect Frank Gehry, the Art Gallery of Ontario is one of North America’s most celebrated art museums. With updated and enhanced exhibitions made possible through donations by the late Ken Thomson experience over 4,000 pieces displayed throughout 100 galleries.
Royal Ontario Museum:
An excursion to this internationally renowned museum offers exploration and insight into world cultures, natural history and conservation. In addition to current galleries and exhibits the ROM is nearing completion of a major capital project sure to further engage and entice tourists with its unique vision of humanity and nature’s irrevocable intertwining.
Yonge Dundas Square:
Yonge-Dundas Square commbines shopping with a metropolitan flair, not to mention outdoors concerts and festivals. The square is a special event venue and urban plaza that attracts community-based and commercial special events.
Take a ferry to the car-free island oasis that offers an amusement park, a haunted lighthouse, stunning trails and beaches for an afternoon of sightseeing and thrills.
Toronto offers great outdoor activities to enjoy the seasons in style.
The inviting Lake Ontario beachfront features acres of soft sand, shady parks that are ideal for a picnic, bike ride or stroll along the 3-km boardwalk.
This castle was built for love and every detail shows the extent to which Sir Henry Pellat loved his dear wife. Turrets, secret passages, underground tunnels, and a phenomenal collection of books and furnishings make this a must-see.
A true hybrid of historic allure and modern luxury, this distinguished Toronto district boasts Toronto's most exclusive boutique shopping, upscale restaurants suited for any palate or appetite and over 700 galleries to help visitors soak in a little Toronto culture.
Toronto’s professional sports teams provide year-round excitement from basketball to baseball and everything in between. With its many venues and events you can enjoy live action as its best.
Hockey Hall of Fame:
This athletic museum promises an exciting outing for the hockey (or any sports) aficionado. With over 57,000 square feet of theatres, games and hockey artifacts, you may need to be plan more than one day to take it all in.
One of the largest Chinatown’s outside of China, Toronto’s Chinatown neighborhood is the ultimate experience of Asian markets, food stands, and a couple of souvenirs!
If nothing else, the 23,000 light bulbs used to illuminate this landmark will surely light up your visit. This amazing icon of the old-fashioned five-and-dime store offers the unfindable at unimaginably low prices.
St. Lawrence Market:
Nestled amongst similarly beautiful Victorian architecture, this market offers unique Toronto shopping opportunities, incredible people watching, and unusual foods. The goods and services available at this open market are constantly changing, making it exciting to visit at any time of year. Established in 1803, St. Lawrence Market hails as one of the 25 best markets in the world, according to Food & Wine magazine.
Countless shops, restaurants, and artist lofts comprise this internationally popular hotspot. Both wallet and guest friendly, this Canadian Bohemian borough provides a one of a kind shopping - ideal for great vintage finds!
Countless cafes around the city draw a diverse crowd to relax and enjoy a great cup of coffee. From open air bistro seats to bustling scenes of java junkies you'll enjoy the sights and sips. Try Streetsville for coffee and shopping.
A premiere adventure park perfect for excitement seekers of all ages. Featuring rides with various thrill factors, live shows, dining and even a “Rock Band Live” gaming experience, this Hot Spot certainly ranks high on the “must experience” priority list.
A gorilla rainforest, polar bear habitat and an interactive sting ray exhibit are just a few of the many animal displays that makes this zoo a must see. Home to over 5,000 creatures as well as rides, a water play area and hiking trail, visitors can indulge in both spectacle and educational excursions at the Toronto Zoo.
For an awe-inspiring experience take a short drive to Niagara Falls, one of the natural wonders of the world, the thunder and roar of the falls and sparkle of the majestic water will simply take your breath away. Toronto is a world-class metropolitan city that has something for everyone. Why not plan a tour or day trip for your stay in Toronto?
Toronto is full of one-of-a-kind interactive experiences for everyone. You’ll find that there’s tons of things to do in Toronto.