• Tour code: 2640YYZ_TR
  • Location: Toronto, Canada
  • Duration: Flexible

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Experience Toronto’s must-see tourist attractions — and enjoy considerable savings — on this exciting Toronto CityPASS tour. Visit the CN Tower, Ripley's Aquarium of Canada, Casa Loma, Royal Ontario Museum,  and Toronto Zoo or the Ontario Science Centre. This Toronto CityPASS is valid for nine consecutive days from the first date of use. Voucher must be presented in exchange for CityPASS ticket booklets, within 6 months of purchase date. Transportation to and from attractions not included.

Highlights

  • Free admission to Toronto's premier attractions
  • CN Tower, Ripley's Aquarium of Canada, Ontario Science Center, Casa Loma, Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto Zoo
  • Ticket booklet packed with useful information
  • Excellent value for money

What You Can Expect

Toronto CityPASS

Visit the Opulent Casa Loma

Skip the ticket lines and head straight for the entrance with this Toronto CityPASS, including one-time admission tickets, detailed venue information, coupons and a map. Visit the attractions in any order, whenever it’s convenient. The CityPASS booklet is valid for nine consecutive days from the first day of use.

Visit the iconic CN Tower, one of the tallest buildings in the world and the signature of the Toronto skyline. Take the elevators to the main observation level, then transfer to the special SkyPod elevator (SkyPod not included in pass, additional onsite) and climb 33 stories higher for an unprecedented view at 447 meters (or 1,465 feet). Check out the incredible, unobstructed 360 degree look at Toronto, Lake Ontario and the surrounding region. In fact, visibility is over 160 kilometers (100 miles), so on a clear day, it's not uncommon to see Niagara Falls or Rochester, New York from here.

Ripley's Aquarium of Canada is a 135,000 square-feet incredible family attraction with more than 1.5 million gallons of water with marine and freshwater habitats from around the world.

Casa Loma is Toronto’s majestic castle, a Gothic Revival-style house and gardens in midtown. Formerly the home of Canadian financier Sir Henry Pellatt, it now serves as a museum and landmark. With a general admission ticket, visit the decorated suites, the secret passages, an 800-foot tunnel, plus the towers, stables, beautiful 5-acre estate gardens and more.

The Royal Ontario Museum is the largest museum in Canada and one of the largest in all of North America, boasting six million objects in its collections and galleries — an impressive showcase of art, archaeology and natural science. Admission to the museum includes entry to over 30 galleries, including the Teck Suite of Galleries: Earth's Treasures, the Reed Gallery of the Age of Mammals and Life in Crisis: Schad Gallery of Biodiversity, to name just a few.  

At the Toronto Zoo, see over 5,000 animals representing 450 species. Visit the Giant Panda Experience and explore the brand new Giant Panda Interpretive Centre. Check out the 10-acre Tundra Trek, featuring a 5-acre polar bear habitat and underwater viewing area. See the Gorilla Rainforest, home to a western lowland gorilla troop. Explore the Great Barrier Reef’s moon jellies, seahorses and huge viewing aquariums. And for the children, visit the Kids Discovery Zone, featuring an interactive kid’s zoo, a 1-acre splash pad and twice daily animal and bird shows at the Waterside Theatre.

Finally, visit the Ontario Science Center to experience over 500 exhibits, live demonstrations, IMAX films in the dome theater and Space, Toronto’s only public planetarium featuring meteorites from Mars, cosmic rays, black holes and a space chair that's really a rocket. A general admission ticket to Canada’s leading science center also includes access to the Weston Family Innovation Center, for teens and young-adults and KidSpark, for those who are eight years of age and under.

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