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Things to do in Toronto

Toronto's downtown neighbourhoods - including the Financial District, the Harbourfront and Old Toronto - include most of the city's prime sights. The landmark CN Tower stands at the centre of things, surrounded by the Hockey Hall of Fame, the Royal Ontario Museum, Fort York and Harbourfront Centre entertainment complexes. Toronto's historic Distillery District has been renovated to house galleries, shops and eateries. A trek further out to The Annex is worthwhile for the Bata Shoe Museum.

High Park, Toronto. © Toronto Tourism

Museums and Galleries

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  1. 1. Ontario Science Centre - Museums and Galleries

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    Ontario Science Centre, Toronto. © Ontario Science Centre

    This large interactive science museum, in suburban North York, explores the workings of robots, the mysteries of space and the principles of electricity. Ontario Science Centre staff demonstrate paper-making, glass-blowing and lasers.Show this on map

    Cost

    C$18; concessions C$13.50; 4-12s C$11; under-4s free

    Opening hours

    Daily 10am-5pm; Jun-Sep: daily 10am-6pm (until 8pm Thu)

    Address

    770, Don Mills Road, Toronto M3C 1T3

    Telephone

    +1 416 696 1000

    Transport

    By subway to Eglinton station

    Website

    Ontario Science Centre Website

  2. 2. Hockey Hall of Fame - Museums and Galleries

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    Hockey and its players from Canada and around the world are celebrated at the Hockey Hall of Fame in the Financial District. The museum's most popular display is the 1892 silver Stanley Cup, North America's oldest professional sports trophy.Show this on map

    Cost

    C$12-C$15; 4-13s C$10; under-3s free

    Opening hours

    Summer & holidays daily 9.30am-6pm (from 10am Sun), winter Mon-Fri 10am-5pm; Sat 9.30am-6pm; Sun 10.30am-5pm

    Address

    30, Yonge Street, Brookfield Place, Toronto M5E 1X8

    Telephone

    +1 416 360 7765

    Transport

    By subway to King station

    Website

    Hockey Hall of Fame

  3. 3. Art Gallery of Ontario - Museums and Galleries

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    Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto. © Tourism Toronto

    One of North America's largest art museums, Art Gallery of Ontario recently completed a new building in Chinatown by architectural master Frank Gehry. The museum showcases pre-eminent Canadian artists, North American artistic movements and European masterpieces.Show this on map

    Cost

    C$18

    Opening hours

    Tue-Sun 10am-5.30pm (Wed until 8.30pm)

    Address

    317, Dundas Street West, Toronto M5T 1G4

    Telephone

    +1 416 979 6648

    Transport

    By subway to St Patrick station

    Website

    Art Gallery of Ontario

  4. 4. Bata Shoe Museum - Museums and Galleries

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    Bata Shoe Museum, Toronto. © Toronto Tourism

    Bata Shoe Museum in The Annex is one of only two shoe museums in North America (the other is in Mexico). It displays 4500-year-old Egyptian sandals, Chinese bound footwear, the shoes of Picasso and Elvis and footwear from six continents.Show this on map

    Cost

    C$12; concessions C$6-C$10; 5-17s C$4; under-5s free; Thu 5pm-8pm free

    Opening hours

    Daily 10am-5pm (until 8pm Thu & from 12pm Sun)

    Address

    327, Bloor Street West, Toronto M5S 1W7

    Telephone

    +1 416 979 7799

    Transport

    By subway to St George station

    Website

    Bata Shoe Museum

  5. 5. Design Exchange - Museums and Galleries

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    Design Exchange, Toronto. © Toronto Tourism

    Dedicated to the preservation of Canadian design from 1945 to the present, the Design Exchange includes furniture, housewares, graphic design and lighting. It is located in the Financial District in a building that once housed the Toronto Stock Exchange.Show this on map

    Cost

    C$5; concessions C$4

    Opening hours

    Daily 10am-5pm (from 12pm Sat & Sun)

    Address

    234, Bay Street, Toronto Dominion Centre, Toronto M5K 1B2

    Telephone

    +1 416 363 6121

    Transport

    By subway to St Andrew station

    Website

    Design Exchange

  6. 6. Royal Ontario Museum - Museums and Galleries

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    Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto. © Royal Ontario Museum

    The Royal Ontario Museum is a Toronto mainstay, but its Michael Lee-Chin Crystal addition draws heightened attention. Located in Queen's Park, it features terrific East Asian, First Peoples and Canadian exhibits, as well as a dinosaur exhibit.Show this on map

    Cost

    C$22; concessions C$19; 4-14s C$15; under 3s free

    Opening hours

    Daily 10am-5.30pm (until 9.30pm Fri)

    Address

    100, Queen's Park, Toronto M5S 2C6

    Telephone

    +1 416 586 8000

    Transport

    By subway to Museum station

    Website

    Royal Ontario Museum

Attractions

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  1. 7. CN Tower - Attractions

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    CN Tower, Toronto. © Tourism Toronto

    One of world's tallest buildings, at 553 metres, the CN Tower is synonymous with Toronto itself. Located near the Harbourfront, a trip up to the observation deck is popular, as are visits to the rotating 360 Restaurant and two cafés.Show this on map

    Cost

    First two observation levels C$19.99-C$21.99; 4-12s C$14.99, Sky Pod C$24.99-C$26.99; 4-12s C$20.99

    Opening hours

    Summer: daily 9am-11pm; Winter: daily 9am-10pm (until 10.30pm Fri & Sat)

    Address

    301, Front Street West, Toronto M5V 2T6

    Telephone

    +1 416 868 6937

    Transport

    By subway to Union station

    Website

    CN Tower

  2. 8. Casa Loma - Attractions

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    Casa Loma, Toronto. © Tourism Toronto

    Begun in 1911, Casa Loma is the estate home of millionaire financier Sir Henry Pellatt. The elaborate mansion in the Forest Hill neighbourhood is styled after a European castle, and includes 98 rooms, two towers, and lots of creepy passageways.Show this on map

    Cost

    C$18; concessions C$12.50; 4-13s C$10.50; under 4s free

    Opening hours

    Daily 9.30am-5pm (last admission 4pm)

    Address

    1, Austin Terrace, Toronto M5R 1X8

    Telephone

    +1 416 923 1171

    Transport

    By subway to DuPont station

    Website

    Casa Loma

  3. 9. Evergreen Brick Works - Attractions

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    Be prepared: You have to hike it here on foot over a lush path, take a shuttle from Broadview subway station, or drive and pay for parking. Once the home of the city's founding brick factory, Evergreen Brick Works has been reinvented to include a farmers market that runs year-round on Saturdays, a cafe and restaurant featuring local goods, a beautiful park and thoughtful exhibits.

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    Cost

    Free admission

    Address

    550 Bayview Ave, Toronto, Canada

    Telephone

    416/596-1495

    Transport

    By car: From downtown, take River St. just N of Gerrard St. to Bayview Ave., then follow Bayview Ave. to the site

    Website

    Evergreen Brick Works

  4. 10. Fort York - Attractions

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    Fort York, Toronto. © Ontario Tourism

    Built to protect Ontario's harbour during hostilities with the Americans throughout the War of 1812, Fort York marks the birthplace of modern Toronto. Restored buildings include barracks and kitchens. Fort York is located in the Harbourfront district.Show this on map

    Cost

    C$8; concessions C$4; under 13s C$3

    Opening hours

    Daily 10am-5pm (until 4pm Mon-Fri in winter)

    Address

    100, Garrison Road, Toronto M5V 3K9

    Telephone

    +1 416 392 6907

    Transport

    By streetcar 511 Bathurst to Queens Quay West

    Website

    Fort York

  5. 11. Harbourfront Centre - Attractions

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    Harbourfront Centre, Toronto. © Toronto Tourism

    Queens Quay, home to the Harbourfront Centre, buzzes with locals and travellers looking for fun in the Harbourfront district. As well as public parkland, there's ice skating, outdoor concerts, shopping and dining venues, two art museums and artisan studios.Show this on map

    Cost

    Free (theatre and exhibitions cost extra)

    Opening hours

    Park daily all day (restaurant, museum and shop hours vary)

    Address

    235, Queens Quay West, Toronto M5J 2G8

    Telephone

    +1 416 973 4000

    Transport

    By subway to Union station

    Website

    Harbourfront Centre

  6. 12. Riverdale Farm - Attractions

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    Riverdale Farm, Toronto. © Torontowide.com

    Riverdale Farm is a living history farm museum in pleasant Cabbagetown. Footpaths meander through vegetable gardens and past pens with goats, cows, pigs and hens. Visitors can watch milking, egg collecting and feeding as well as craft demonstrations.Show this on map

    Cost

    Free

    Opening hours

    Daily 9am-5pm

    Address

    201, Winchester Street, Toronto M4X 1B8

    Telephone

    +1 416 392 6794

    Transport

    By subway to Castle Frank station then 65 Parliament bus to Winchester Street

    Website

    Riverdale Farm

  7. 13. Toronto Zoo - Attractions

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    Toronto Zoo, Toronto. © Toronto Tourism

    287-hectare Toronto Zoo is set in the Rouge Valley in Scarborough, with African, American, Australasian, Indo-Malaysian and "Canadian Domain" pavilions. The African Savanna is known for its striking landscape and animals. A Zoomobile transports summertime visitors through the grounds.Show this on map

    Cost

    C$21; concessions C$15; 4-12s C$13; under-4s free

    Opening hours

    Summer daily 9am-7.30pm (until 6pm spring & autumn & until 4.30pm winter)

    Address

    361A, Old Finch Avenue, Scarborough, Toronto M1B 5K7

    Telephone

    +1 416 392 5929

    Transport

    By subway to Kennedy station then bus 86 Scarborough

    Website

    Toronto Zoo

Special things to do

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  1. 14. High Park - Special things to do

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    High Park, Toronto. © Toronto Tourism

    One of North America's prettiest, High Park is a Toronto favourite. The west-end park features a rose garden, swimming pool, fishing pond, boat rentals, tennis courts, baseball and soccer fields, fitness trails, ice skating and the free High Park Zoo.Show this on map

    Cost

    Free

    Opening hours

    Daily all day

    Address

    1873, Bloor Street West, Toronto M6R 2Z3

    Telephone

    +1 416 392 1111

    Transport

    By subway to High Park station

    Website

    High Park

  2. 15. Toronto Islands - Special things to do

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    Toronto Islands, Toronto. © Toronto Tourism

    Bathed in Lake Ontario's breezes, the Toronto Islands are especially enjoyable in summer but remain popular year-round. Take the ferry from Queens Quay for beaches, running and biking paths, picnicking areas, the Centreville Amusement Park and shopping and dining outlets.Show this on map

    Cost

    Ferries C$6.50; concessions C$4; 2-14s C$3; under-2s free

    Opening hours

    Daily all day (ferries run every 30 minutes in summer, every 45 minutes spring & autumn & every hour in winter)

    Address

    Toronto Islands Ferry, Bay Street at Queens Quay, Toronto M5J 1A6

    Telephone

    +1 416 392 8193

    Transport

    By subway to Union station

    Website

    Toronto Islands

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