Top Things To Do In Toronto

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Movie producers might turn to Toronto for its visual similarities to New York City, but locals and visitors realize that Canada’s largest metropolis has a style and flavor all its own. With more than 100 cultures represented in its people – not to mention three Chinatowns and two Little Italys – Toronto lives up to its Fortune magazine billing as "the world’s newest great city." And Toronto’s top attractions are pretty nifty too. Take a peek.

CN Tower

Once classified one of the Wonders of the Modern World, CN Tower was originally built to broadcast signals for the Canadian National railway company. CN Tower is Canada's most celebrated architectural triumph and is a must-see destination.

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Toronto Zoo

With a refurbished and expanded polar bear habitat, a new endangered African penguin exhibit, and more than six miles (10 km) of walking trails, there’s plenty to do and see at Toronto Zoo.

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Ripley's Aquarium of Canada

Ripley's Aquarium of Canada is home to 16,000 animals, 100 interactive displays and three touch exhibits featuring sharks, stingrays, and horseshoe crabs. The Aquarium is also home to North America's longest underwater viewing tunnel!

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Royal Ontario Museum

With exhibits and displays covering dinosaurs, ancient Egypt, Canadian history and more there's something for everyone at Canada's largest museum of natural history and world cultures.

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Ontario Science Centre

Ontario Science Centre was perhaps the first interactive science museum when it opened in 1969. Today the Science Centre features over 500 exhibits, live demonstrations, a public planetarium and IMAX® films in a domed theater.

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Casa Loma

The romantic grandeur of this magnificent estate situated on a bluff overlooking Toronto is not to be missed. Built in the early 20th century by Canadian financier and industrialist Sir Henry Pellatt, the re-creation of a medieval castle features 98 rooms.

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Niagara Falls

Formed by a retreating glacier 12,000 years ago, the three cataracts that comprise Niagara Falls are awe-inspiring. Located just 75 miles from south-southeast of Toronto, Niagara Falls is a relatively short drive and something you should definitely consider adding to your trip to Toronto.

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St. Lawrence Market

National Geographic named St. Lawrence market the world's best food market in April 2012. The Market really consists of two buildings. The North Market hosts weekly farmer's markets and antique markets. The South Market hosts restaurants and a variety of areas to shop for food.

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Toronto Islands

An 1858 storm separated a sandspit from the mainland, forming a peninsula and a cluster of islands that now sport a myriad recreational activities for all ages.

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Distillery District

In Toronto’s Distillery District, there is no such thing as out with the old and in with the new. A seamless blend of historical Victorian industrial architecture and a contemporary shopping experience make the Distillery District one of Canada’s premiere attractions.

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Rogers Centre

Canada’s involvement in sports goes far beyond hockey. Formerly known as the Sky Dome, the Rogers Centre is hard to miss as it’s located in the middle of downtown Toronto. Be sure to take in a Blue Jay’s game during baseball season for the full experience.

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Air Canada Centre

Join the ranks of Leafs Nation, where the Toronto Maple Leafs have easily become one of the most iconic teams in the history of hockey. Playing alongside the Leafs are the NBA Raptors, Toronto’s only NBA basketball team.

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High Park

Get a taste of flavorful nature at Canada’s gorgeous and varied High Park. The 399 acres of land offer visitors a unique experience only nature could provide. Trails, ponds, animals, and tennis are only a handful of the activities that await you in High Park.

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Toronto Waterfront

Canada never fails to leave a visitor stunned and amazed. The green and clean city of Toronto is basically a giant park with a city inside. Scenic views from left to right are just a part of Toronto life, but the Toronto waterfront is where city and nature fuse together to form one of the longest waterfronts in the world.

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Edwards Gardens

Edwards Gardens is really many gardens in one. Whether your interest lies in big, beautiful blooms, herbs you can grow yourself, native plants, or perfectly manicured lawns, Edwards Gardens is a treat for the eyes.

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Old City Hall

Old City Hall is over a century old, and was threatened with demolition before a group of activists came along and saved the day. Now Old City Hall is a National Historic Site of Canada and can be seen by any one who wants to check out the magnificent design of the building and learn some Toronto history along the way.

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To visit the best attractions in Toronto, use Toronto CityPASS and save nearly half off combined admission. Plus, CityPASS holders avoid some ticket and entry lines, which means less time waiting and more time doing. Toronto CityPASS includes admission to CN Tower, Casa Loma, Royal Ontario Museum, Ripley's Aquarium of Canada, and your choice between Toronto Zoo or Ontario Science Centre. Some special exhibits are not included with the CityPASS and may require an extra fee.

CityPASS can be purchased online or at any of our participating Toronto attractions. Use Toronto CityPASS and discover these top places to visit and things to do in Toronto.

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