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Art Gallery of Ontario

After undergoing an extensive renovation by Toronto-born Frank Gehry, the Art Gallery of Ontario has reopened in a dramatic new building that strikes a ...  Read more

Bata Shoe Museum

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 1 Review

This quirky museum is dedicated to the style and function of footwear in four impressive galleries. With over 10,000 pairs of shoes, displays range from ...  Read more

Casa Loma

4 star rating: Recommended 12 Reviews

Literally the “House on a Hill,” Casa Loma - a mock medieval castle with Elizabethan-style chimneys, Rhineland turrets, secret passageways, and an ...  Read more

Chinatown

One of three Chinatowns in the Greater Toronto area, the area that runs from College just before Queen on Spadina as well as along Dundas, west of Beverly ...  Read more

CN Tower

4 star rating: Recommended 9 Reviews

Having recently turned 30, the funky CN Tower remains every bit as cool and iconic as it was when it opened in 1976. Its primary function is as a radio and ...  Read more

Distillery Historic District

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 4 Reviews

Toronto's Distillery Historic District comprises more than 40 heritage buildings and holds the largest collection of Victorian era industrial architecture ...  Read more

Entertainment District

True to its name, the Entertainment District hosts Toronto’s extensive performing arts, club and sports scene. The Roy Thomson Hall, home to the Toronto ...  Read more

Fort York

Fort York is one of Canada’s most important and earliest historic sites and was in use between the 1790s and 1880s. The military fortifications consisting of ...  Read more

Gibraltar Point Lighthouse

The Gibraltar Point Lighthouse, built in 1808, is the oldest landmark in Toronto as well as one of the earliest lighthouses built on the Great Lakes. ...  Read more

Greektown

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 2 Reviews

Greektown, also known as The Danforth, has a European sensibility, with its sprawling restaurant and cafe patios, cluster of markets and heavy street traffic. ...  Read more

Harbourfront Centre

4 star rating: Recommended 9 Reviews

One of the most enjoyable activities for both locals and visitors is spending time on the Toronto Harbourfront. It’s a great place to stroll, have a picnic, ...  Read more

High Park

High Park, with its numerous cultural institutions, sports facilities, playgrounds and even a zoo, is the largest park in the Canadian metropolis Toronto and ...  Read more

Hockey Hall of Fame

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 1 Review

Hockey is akin to a religion in Canada and its shrine is The Hockey Hall of Fame, located at the foot of Front and Yonge near the Financial District in ...  Read more

Humber Bay Park

Humber Bay Park consists of two man-made peninsulas, that jut out at the mouth of Mimico Creek just before it joins Lake Ontario. Humber Bay Park East is a ...  Read more

Kensington Market

2 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better 1 Review

Kensington Market is a must-see on a visit to Toronto. The lively market is filled with a mix of food stores selling a variety of meats, fish, and produce. ...  Read more

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