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CN Tower
301 Front Street West, Toronto, Ontario, M5V 2T6
(416) 868-6937

Only if you don’t have a fear of heights do you want to visit the CN Tower. But if you can muster the will to take a trip to the top it will definitely be worth it. The CN Tower is Toronto and Canada's most recognizable and celebrated icon and is the centre of tourism in Toronto.

CN Tower - Toronto Travel Guide
Rogers Centre
One Blue Jays Way, Toronto, Ontario, M5V 1J1
(416) 341-1707

If you’re hungry for hotdogs or not, the Rogers Centre is a great place for a tour of the world’s first stadium to be built with a fully retractable roof. It takes 20 minutes and $500 every time somebody wants to let the sun into this stadium!

Rogers Centre - Toronto Travel Guide
Royal Ontario Museum
100 Queen's Park, Toronto, Ontario, M5S 2C6
(416) 586-8000

Canada's largest exhibition of world culture and natural history artifacts is located in Toronto and is a must see museum. This museum inspires learning in people of all ages with a wide range of diverse collections of world cultures and natural history.

Royal Ontario Museum - Toronto Travel Guide
Hockey Hall of Fame and Museum
30 Yonge St, Toronto, Ontario, M5E 1X8
(416) 360-7735

Founded in 1943, the Hockey Hall of Fame was established as a memorial to those who developed Canada's greatest winter sport and to honour and preserve the history of the game.

Hockey Hall of Fame and Museum - Toronto Travel Guide
Toronto Zoo
361A Old Finch Avenue, Toronto, Ontario, M1B 5K7

A trip to the zoo makes any day special; but a day spent at the amazing Toronto Zoo is one you will never forget. One of the largest zoos in the world, there are more than 5000 animals representing just over 450 species at the Toronto Zoo.

Toronto Zoo - Toronto Travel Guide
Toronto Travel Guide Listings - Standard (View Map)
Air Canada Centre
40 Bay St., Suite 400, Toronto, Ontario, M5J 2X2
(416) 815-5500

Experience the inner workings of Air Canada Centre, the home of the Toronto Maple Leafs hockey team & the Toronto Raptors basketball franchise.

Air Canada Centre - Toronto Travel Guide
Bata Shoe Museum
327 Bloor St. W., Toronto, Ontario,

If you thought you had way too many pairs of shoes in your closet… This shoe museum will show you just how much fun 10,000 shoes can be! Not only for people with a love of shoes, the Bata Shoe Museum has many different exhibits that everyone in the whole family will enjoy.

Bata Shoe Museum - Toronto Travel Guide
Bloor and Yorkville Area
55 Bloor Street West, Toronto, Ontario, M4W 1A5

Toronto's most exclusive retail district is located in the Bloor/Yorkville area. Once the place that you’d find barefoot flower children handing out flowers 30 years ago now is one of the most elegant shopping and dining sections in the city.

Map This |   Bloor and Yorkville Area - Toronto Travel Guide
Casa Loma
1 Austin Terrace, Toronto, Ontario, M5R 1X8
(416) 923-1171

Even if you don’t typically seek out castles during your vacation, you'll appreciate the atmosphere and grandeur of Casa Loma when you take a walk along the winding paths through the 5 acres of beautiful gardens surrounding the mansion.

Map This |   Casa Loma - Toronto Travel Guide
Dundas Street West, Toronto, Ontario,

Along Dundas from Spadina Avenue to Nathan Phillips Square you’ll find Toronto’s original famed Chinatown. Toronto is the home of Canada’s largest Chinese population, so it’s not unusual to note that there are 5 other main Chinese areas in the city.

Map This |   Chinatown - Toronto Travel Guide
Design Exchange
234 Bay Street, Toronto, Ontario,

Once the home of the Toronto Stock Exchange (up until 1983), the DX is now a building reopened as a center devoted to promoting Canadian design, everything from graphic design to interior design, fashion, architecture and more.

Map This |   Design Exchange  - Toronto Travel Guide
Distillery Districts
55 Mill Street #200, Toronto, Ontario, M5A 3C4

If you want to visit the ‘hippest’ place in downtown Toronto, this is where you want to be. In just the past few years, The Distillery District has become one of the most romantic and enjoyable destinations in the city.

Map This |   Distillery Districts - Toronto Travel Guide
Elgin and Winter Garden Theatre Centre
189 Yonge St, Toronto, Ontario, M5B 2H1

This center is one of the last operating double-decker theater complexes in the world, being two former vaudeville halls built one on top of the other. This gem underwent a $30 million restoration, reopening to its once grand state at the beginning of the ‘90s.

Map This |   Elgin and Winter Garden Theatre Centre - Toronto Travel Guide
Financial District
Toronto, Toronto, Ontario,

Toronto’s skyline shows one skyscraper after another. Those magnificent high-rises are probably banks, banks and more banks! Every one of Canada’s major banks is headquartered in downtown Toronto.

Map This |   Financial District - Toronto Travel Guide
Harbourfront Centre
235 Queens Quay West, Toronto, Ontario, M5J 2G8

Music fills the air, local artisans showcase crafts and children’s programs are held almost daily. The Harbourfront Centre is an innovative non-profit cultural organization, which “creates events and activities of excellence that enliven, educate and entertain a diverse public.”

Map This |   Harbourfront Centre - Toronto Travel Guide
Kensington Market
Dundas and College St, Toronto, Ontario,

In the 1920s, Kensington Market was known as the Jewish Market; today it has evolved into a multicultural mix of shops, restaurants, vintage clothing shops, and eclectic cafes.

Map This |   Kensington Market - Toronto Travel Guide
Ontario Science Centre
770 Don Mills Rd, Toronto, Ontario,

If hands-on activities are how you love to learn about the planet, then come to the Ontario Science Center for a day of fun and learning! Come join us for a film. Your senses will be overwhelmed at Ontario's only IMAX® Dome theatre.

Ontario Science Centre  - Toronto Travel Guide
Toronto, Toronto, Ontario,

The Guinness Book of World Records hails it as the biggest underground shopping complex in the world. This underground walkway links 16 miles shopping, services and entertainment.

Map This |   PATH - Toronto Travel Guide
Professional Sports
Toronto, Toronto, Ontario,

Toronto is home to many professional sports franchises. Toronto is first and foremost a hockey city, so the Toronto Maple Leafs top the list with baseball’s Toronto Blue Jays and basketball’s Toronto Raptors close behind in popularity.

Map This |   Professional Sports - Toronto Travel Guide
Royal Ontario Museum
100 Queen's Park, Toronto, Ontario,

The mission of the ROM, when it opened in 1914, was lofty: “to inspire wonder and build understanding of human cultures and the natural world.”

Map This |   Royal Ontario Museum - Toronto Travel Guide
St. James Cathedral
65 Church St, Toronto, Ontario,

Record setting heights and the melodic peal of bells make this a wonderful place to note. Gothic spires on the St. James Cathedral reach to the heavens, and its illuminated spire once guided ships into the nearby harbor.

Map This |   St. James Cathedral - Toronto Travel Guide
St. Lawrence Market
St. Lawrence Market, Toronto, Ontario,

If you travel west of Jarvis Street, between King Street East and the Esplanade, you’ll come upon lovely neighborhood of St. Lawrence Market, perfect for a relaxing afternoon.

Map This |   St. Lawrence Market - Toronto Travel Guide
Toronto Eaton Centre
220 Yonge Street, Suite 110, Toronto, Ontario, M5B 2H1
(416) 598-8560

Stretching two full city blocks, The Toronto Eaton Centre is a historical landmark, and today one of Canada’s best-known retail shopping destinations.

Toronto Eaton Centre - Toronto Travel Guide
Toronto Islands
Toronto Islands, Toronto Island, Ontario,

Take the short ferry ride across the harbor from the city and you'll find over 600 acres of parkland waiting to be discovered.

Map This |   Toronto Islands - Toronto Travel Guide
Toronto Pearson International Airport
3111 Convair Drive, Toronto, Ontario, L5P 1B2
(866) 207-1690

Over 65 airlines operate out of Toronto Pearson, either through direct flights or as a codeshare with other air carriers. The GTAA receives flight information from individual airlines. While efforts are made to ensure that this information is accurate, the GTAA strongly advises that you contact the airline directly to verify flight status.

Toronto Pearson International Airport - Toronto Travel Guide
Toronto's First Post Office
260 Adelaide St., Toronto, Ontario,

Located at 260 Adelaide Street, visit this post office and you’ll see postal workers using quill pens, inkpots and sealing wax – tools dating to 1833!

Map This |   Toronto's First Post Office - Toronto Travel Guide
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