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Cosmopolitan Toronto has more than 100 diverse cultures, each contributing to the city’s dynamic population. Experience Toronto's dynamic food scene, multitude of museums, and abundance of outdoor offerings – from bike paths to water activities.

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CN Tower

290 Bremmer Blvd, Toronto, ON M5V 3L9

The CN Tower in downtown Toronto has been named one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World by the American Society of Civil Engineers. A must-see for first time visitors, Toronto’s best-known landmark soars high above the city. As one of the world’s tallest towers, it also features the world’s first glass floor for optimal viewing.

Ripley's Aquarium of Canada

288 Bremner Blvd, Toronto, ON M5V 3L9

Spend time at Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada and marvel at a massive collection of exotic sea creatures, from turtles to sharks. Explore more than 100 interactive displays, teaching about habitats in Canada and worlds beyond.

Roger's Centre

1 Blue Jays Way, Toronto, ON M5V 1J1

Cheer on Major League Baseball's Toronto Blue Jays at this unique sports and entertainment facility in the heart of downtown Toronto. Enjoy a full calendar of live concerts, professional sports, family shows, and other events throughout the year.

Metro Convention Toronto Centre

255 Front St W, Toronto, ON M5V 2W6

Find consumer trade shows, conferences, national competitions, and global summits at this modern facility in downtown Toronto. With versatile meeting spaces, including ballrooms and exhibit halls, this state-of-the-art facility is Canada's #1 convention centre and trade show venue.

Eaton Centre

220 Yonge St, Toronto, ON M5B 2H1

Bring an extra suitcase to bring home treasures from Eaton Centre, an artfully arranged and aesthetically pleasing tri-level shopping destination. The shopping centre is home to 250 restaurants and stores, including the world’s most alluring brands from Coach to Michael Kors.

Princess of Wales Theatre

300 King St W, Toronto, ON M5V 1J2

One of four of the Mirvish Production Theatres in downtown Toronto, the Princess of Wales Theatre, offers visitors a unique theatre-going experience. Created to host large-scale musical productions and live shows, such as Les Miserables, The Sound of Music, and Chicago, this landmark theatre is located in the centre of the city's Entertainment District.

Two Hours: Helicopter Ride

Toronto City Centre Airport, Toronto, on M5V 1A1

Get real close to the tip of the CN Tower by taking a breathtaking helicopter ride with Toronto's Helicopter Company. The flights are 7 or 14 minutes long (depending on your budget) and are reached by taking a short ferry crossing to the Toronto Island airport.

China Town

331 Spadina Avenue, Toronto, on M5T 2E9

Considered Toronto's major Chinatown, walk through the Entertainment District, via Spadina Avenue to get to the bustling neighburhood of Chinatown. This neighbourhood that dominates Dundas and Spadina also boasts the Art Gallery of Ontario. Bring the entire family or venture on your own, you'll leave feeling refreshed.

Martin Goodman Trail

The Martin Goodman Trail is a short jog from the hotel and is a path for runners and cyclists alike spanning over 50 kms along Lake Ontario. Work up a sweat while enjoying the benefits of the cooler air off of the lake.

Water Front

235 Queens Quay West, Toronto, on M5J 2G8

A 15 minute walk towards the waterfront will bring you to the Toronto Music Garden, a Back inspired waterfront garden, co designed by cellist Yo Yo Ma. There are outdoor performances by Canadian musicians and dancers of international repute. Enjoy a garden tour, that explores the picturesque landscape that are literally set to music. In contrast, stop in and explore the fascinating Power Plant Factory, a contemporary art gallery or the Harbourfront Centre which hosts many summer festivals.

Art Gallery of Ontario

317 Dundas Street West, Toronto, on M7A 1G4

Recently underwent a massive transformation designed by the world-renowned Toronto artist Frank Gehry. Highlights are the ever-changing visiting exhibits and the famous Canadian Group of Seven. It is home to the largest collection of Canadian art and holds over 80,000 pieces in its permanent collection. Admission on Wednesday nights is free between 6:00pm and 8:30pm.

Bata Shoe Museum

327 Bloor Street West, Toronto, on M5S 1W7

Madonna and Elton John both left a shoe here. North America's first shoe museum where over 100,000 shoes are housed in architect Raymond Morigama's award-winning five-storey structure. See footwear dating back 4,500 years. Thursday nights between 5:00pm and 8:00pm, admission is "pay what you can" with a suggested $5 fee.

Casa Loma

1 Austin Terrace, Toronto, on M5R 1X8

Find out about the entrepreneur who built the castle on the self-guided audio tour. Canada's foremost Gothic Revival castle complete with decorated suites, secret passages, 800 ft. tunnel, towers, stables and beautiful five-acre estate gardens. You may also recognize it in scenes while watching movies such as X-Men or Chicago.

CN Tower

301 Front Street West, Toronto, on M5V 2T6

Tip: The best time to visit the tower is between 9am and 11am before the crowds. The world's tallest freestanding building in the Western Hemistphere and is a modern wonder of the world. Be sure to check out the Skypod observation deck at 447 m (1,465 ft.) up in the sky. The award-winning 360 revolving restaurant is a must for celebrating a special occasion. Daredevils won't want to miss the Edgewalk where you walk on and around the main pod which is 356 m (1,168 ft.) off the ground.

Hockey Hall of Fame

30 Yonge Street, Toronto, on M5E 1X8

A hockey fan's paradise. Have your picture taken with the Stanley Cup or spend time testing your own talents with the many interactive sports in the Hall. Players are inducted into the Hall of Fame each year by a selection committee. You'll find memorabilia for players such as Bobby Orr, Wayne Gretzky, Maurice Richard and Mario Lemieux.

Ontario Science Centre

770 Don Mills Road, Toronto, on M3C 1T3

The Science centre offers Informative entertainment with more than 800 interactive hands-on exhibits and an OMNIMAX Theatre. Displays explore botany, physics and chemistry as well as sports, communications, environmental issues and the human body.

Canada's Wonderland

9580 Jane Street, Vaughan, on L6A 1S6

Keep an eye on the weather as the rides close when thunderstorms are in the area. Canada's premier theme park is just 45 minutes north of the city open from May to September. Open in October for Halloween Haunt, featuring scary costumes, live actors, and haunted houses. Frightening rollercoasters, a spectacular 20-acre water park and fabulous live shows. Tip: Purchase a Fast Lane pass and skip the lines for the parks' most popular rides like Behemoth and Leviathan.

Royal Ontario Museum

100 Queens Park, Toronto, on M5S 2C6

The museum has extended hours on Fridays, open until 8:30pm. The ROM has been transformed into the most talked-about architectural endeavour in Toronto's history. With over 6 million items and 40 galleries, the new galleries are a must-see. Favourite exhibits for children still include the Egyptian mummy, the Bat Cave and the massive Dinosaurs. You'll be stunned as the entrance dons "The Crystal", Daniel Libeskind's a beautiful glass and aluminum structure around the exterior of the museum.

The Toronto Zoo

361A Old Finch Road, Toronto, on L6A 1S6

A world-class zoo with over 5,000 animals representing 460 species. It's divided into six geographic regions. Animals are displayed indoors in their tropical pavilions and outdoors in natural environments. There are viewing points at many different levels. Don't miss out on visiting the zoo's newest additions: two Giant Panda cubs, an Indian Rhino calf, four White Lion cubs and a baby Polar Bear cub.

Ripley's Aquarium of Canada

288 Bremner Blvd., Toronto, ON M5V 3L9

Home to over 16,000 animals housed in over 5.7 million litres of water, Toronto's newest attraction is one not to be missed. There are over 100 interactive displays and Dangerous Lagoon allows you to view the sharks through North America's largest underwater moving tunnel! The second Friday of every month features "Friday Night Jazz" for live music with cash bars located through the aquarium.

Rogers Centre

1 Blue Jays Way, Toronto, ON M5V 1J1

Home of the Toronto Blue Jays! The Rogers Centre is the first stadium with a fully retractable motorized roof and seats almost 50,000 people. Now featuring a dirt infield for all MLB games, the stadium also host concerts and other large scale events such as the opening and closing ceremonies for the 2015 Pan Am Games.

Budweiser Stage

909 Lake Shore Blvd. W., Toronto, ON M6K 3B9

Toronto's favourite outdoor summer concert venue is definitely the Molson Canadian Amphitheatre. With a 16,000 person capacity and almost half of those on the grass lawn, it's a perfect host for Drake's annual OVO Fest, your favourite country music star or many other famous bands.

Scotia Bank Arena

40 Bay St., Toronto, ON M5J 2X2

The ACC is home to the beloved Toronto Maple Leafs and Toronto Raptors. Seating capacity is almost 20,000 and during the warmer weather fans can sometimes be spotted watching from the big screen in Maple Leaf Square, sometimes referred to as "Jurassic Park". The venue is also a main destination for many concerts, the occasional Toronto Marlies hockey game and is home to the local lacrosse team, the Toronto Rock.

Nathan Phillips Square

100 Queen St. W, Toronto, ON M5H2N2

Home of Toronto's most instagrammed feature, the "Toronto" sign, Nathan Phillips Square is the connection between Old City Hall and New City Hall. Host to summer festivals, a weekly farmer's market and art displays, visitors can enjoy the stunning reflecting pool and peace garden in the summer months and a skating rink in the winter.

Yonge Dundas Square

1 Dundas St. E, Toronto, ON M5B 2R8

One of the busiest intersections in Canada, serving over 100,000 pedestrians daily, Yonge Dundas Square is often compared to a scaled down version of Times Square in New York City. The Square boasts brightly lit billboards and advertisements and is situated next to the Eaton Centre. Tip: Visit T.O. Tix for discounted theatre tickets. The Ed Mirvish Theatre is just around the corner!

225 Front Street West Toronto Ontario M5V2X3 Canada



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