Experience a Wonder of the Modern World, the CN Tower! Enjoy Toronto’s most spectacular views day or night from Canada’s most celebrated architectural triumph. Explore two observation levels up to 1,136 ft/346m, the world famous Glass Floor at 1,122 ft./342m with outdoor SkyTerrace, plus additional attractions.
Tower Experience admission, with access to two observation levels up to 1,136 ft/346m, the Glass Floor at 1,122 ft./342m with outdoor SkyTerrace, plus additional attractions
Ripley's Aquarium of Canada
Step into another world in the heart of downtown Toronto. Explore the Waters of the World with 16,000 animals, 100 interactive displays and three touch exhibits featuring sharks, stingrays and horseshoe crabs. Check out North America’s longest underwater viewing tunnel, stare in amazement at the extensive jellyfish collection and soak in a live dive show!
One-time General Admission
Experience the elegance and splendor of the Edwardian era at Casa Loma, the only landmark castle in North America and Toronto’s premier historic attraction. Explore secret passages and tunnels. Tour the stables, with an exhibition of vintage cars from the 1900s, and take in the spectacular city view from the unique towers. See why Casa Loma is featured in famous films, including X-men and Crimson Peak. Plus, enjoy magnificent gardens May through September
Admission plus multimedia guide and Pellatt film
Royal Ontario Museum
Discover jaw-dropping dinos, glittering gems, mysterious mummies and more at the Royal Ontario Museum. Expect extraordinary experiences as you explore how our world and its cultures have evolved. Enjoy art, culture and nature in one amazing place!
Visit Canada’s largest zoo, open 364 days a year! Home to over 5,000 animals, the Zoo is committed to saving species and connecting people to wildlife. Explore award-winning indoor tropical pavilions, enjoy daily animal keeper talks, plus, see their newest special exhibit May-November 2019, ‘Washed Ashore: Art to Save the Sea’, animal sculptures made entirely of plastic pollution from the sea.
Ontario Science Centre
Celebrate 150 years of Canadian science, explore beyond planet Earth in Toronto’s only permanent planetarium, get creative in the Innovation Centre, and introduce preschoolers to science in KidSpark. There is always something new with the 500 interactive exhibits, demonstrations, and immersive films in the IMAX® Dome theatre(IMAX® tickets sold separately).
General admission, including the Weston Family Innovation Centre for teens and young adults and KidSpark for ages 8 and under
Spend Less. Experience More.
See incredible views, amazing animals, inspiring culture, fascinating science and more with Toronto CityPASS tickets. Plus, you'll enjoy:
- One simple purchase.
- Nine consecutive days of validity, including the first day of use.
- Expedited entry at many attractions.
- Instant delivery with convenient mobile or printable ticket options.
CityPASS is just something you need when you come for the first time to the city. Admissions are must see, and if you save money even better.
Something for everyone: arts, sciences, history, entertainment, and for every age group. You can be confident in seeing something unique, worthwhile, and proper to the city itself.
What a concept. Great savings on five must see Toronto attractions, saved a bunch. Savings are great, but what's better? Skipping the lines. No need to wait in most lines just go to appropriate service desk and stroll on in.
I found a CityPASS for Toronto and bought it. After that the whole trip fell into our laps! There is so much to do in Toronto that we were in over our heads before this! The CityPASS has so much to offer for every kind of person!
Great price for amazing attractions. Have used it every time friends and family visit from outside the country. Love it!
I don't usually buy passes like this because usually you're paying for things you don't really want to do. And as a backpacker every dollar counts! However, I had planned on visiting the Toronto Zoo, the CN Tower and The Royal Ontario Museum and those three alone would have been worth more than the cost of the CityPASS.