Toronto CN Tower
The CN Tower is most certainly one of the most famous and most visites Toronto attractions. The Toronto CN tower is one of the tallest buildings in the world and is just over 550 meters in height.
If you would like to visit to CN tower and take a lift up to the observation deck then plesae note that opening hours at this Toronto attraction are daily from 09:00 until 22:00. Read More about CN Tower
Niagra Falls has been a landmark destination for millions of people over the years. The most touristy site in Ontario, but definitely a must-see. Niagara Falls is one of the world's natural wonders. Less than 2 hours drive from Toronto.
There's plenty of activities in Niagara so get there early. If possible stay there for a night as there's a very nice casino near the Falls! Read more about Niagara Falls
Harbourfront & Toronto Islands
The Toronto Islands are a chain of small islands providing a shallow natural harbour for the City of Toronto. Very romantic and an ideal place for the whole family. A place to enjoy the view of the harbourfront, the skyline of downtown Toronto. You can read more about Harbourfront & Toronto Islands
Casa Loma Toronto
The Casa Loma is one of the most unusual but most beautiful Toronto attractions. This well known Toronto attraction is in fact a real castle which was constructed by the famous Sir Henry Pellatt. Visitors can explore nearly 100 different rooms filled with art work and beautiful furniture.
Tourists interesting in visiting the Casa Loma Toronto please note that this Toronto attraction is open daily for visitors from 09:30 until 16:00. Find out more about Casa Loma
Hockey Hall of Fame
If you are a Hockey fan then no visit to Toronto can be complete without a visit to the Toronto Hockey Hall of Fame which is filled with hockey related information and hockey memorabilia including the Stanley Cup.
This very interesting Toronto attraction is open daily from 10:00 until 17:00. Find out more information on Hockey Hall of Fame
Royal Ontario Museum
The Royal Ontario Museum is such an interesting place to spend part of the afternoon. It has displays on ancient cultures, hands-on fun for children and exhibits about the world of nature.
the Egyptian exhibit with its mummy cases, scarab seals and artifacts. There was also art from Greek and Etruscan cultures. Read more about Royal Ontario Museum
Experience a unique wildlife at the Toronto Zoo, one of the largest zoo in the world having an approximately 5,000+ animals being housed and taken cared of. This will definitely be a wonderful experience for your kids.
This is a must see place in Toronto, one event you should never miss. Find out more information about Toronto Zoo
Canada's largest amusement, it is Toronto teens' favourite playground. Once the weather is warm enough, thousands flock here everyday to be a part of the excitement. In the park, there are over 60+ rides & a 20 acre water park Splashworks.
Wonderland is about 1 hour drive from the city of Toronto. If you love rollercoasters and waterparks this is defenitely a place to stop with kids. Read more about Canada's Wonderland
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Ontario Science Centre
The Toronto Science Center has similar exhibits to many of the other science museums around the world, but it's housed in a very unique building. You have a ball interacting with different science demonstrations. Everything from lasers to meteorology, electricity, sound, light, gravity, biology, space, computers, communications and more
If you traveling to Toronto with children then the Ontario Science Centre is a must-see. This is one of the most interactive museums you will ever visit with a large number of hands on displays that will thrill you kids. Read more on Ontario Science Centre
Toronto's Chinatown is one of the Eastern biggest, comparable to New York & Washington DC. Its heart is located at Spadina Ave. & Dundas Street, and the community spreads out from there.
St. Lawrence Market
St. Lawrence Market is Toronto's most popular & celebrated public market. From fresh fruits, seafood, vegetables to meat, this market has almost any every produce you could buy in a supermarket. Find out more about St. Lawrence Market