Toronto

Toronto Highlights

 

     

 

CN Tower- One of the tallest structures in the world is a must-see for visitors: on a clear day, from  the observation are,  the view from the top extends as far as Niagara Falls. Check out the Look Out level, In 58 seconds you will find yourself at a height of 346m (1,136’). The LookOut level offers breathtaking views and Horizons Restaurant. Also located on this level is one of many souvenir photo opportunities.  One level down you will find not only the Glass Floor, but the Outdoor SkyTerrace. Feel the breeze at 342m (1,122’) above the ground.

Toronto Theater District - The district is Canada's largest, as well as being the third largest English-speaking theatre district in the world. Take in a performance at one of the many historical theaters located here. Canada’s Walk of Fame is also located within the Theater District.  Toronto is one of the best places this side of broadway to catch hit shows like Les Miserables, Alladin, Chicago, American Idiot, and We Will Rock You.

Casa Loma- Visit Canada's Majestic Castle, step back in time to a period of splendor. Canada's foremost castle is complete with decorated suites, secret passages, an 800-foot tunnel, towers, stables, and beautiful 5-acre estate gardens.  Casa Loma also makes a great back drop for music and dramatic performances

The Hockey Hall of Fame – Any Sports fan will want to “check” out  hockey’s greatest museum, where you will find interactive exhibits, life size statues, a replica dressing room, theatres, gift shop, broadcasting booth, a net for target practice and many precious artifacts.

Royal Ontario Museum- Explore and enjoy extraordinary experiences of science and civilization at the(ROM) It is among the world’s leading museums of natural history and world cultures. In combining a universal museum of cultures with that of natural history, the ROM offers an unusual breadth of experience to our audiences from around the world.

Toronto Zoo – Lions and Tigers and Bears- not to mention moose, bison and too many more to count.  The Toronto Zoo is Canada's premier Zoo, offering over 5,000 animals and incredible exhibits including the award-winning Gorilla Rainforest, home to our Western Lowland Gorilla troop.

Toronto Music GardenToronto’s waterfront  Music Garden is arranged in such a way that it actually interprets in nature Bach's First Suite for Unaccompanied Cello. Starting off with the curves and bends of the riverscape, guests make their way through six sections of the garden ending at the Giant Grass Steps

Spandina Historic House and Gardens - Historic home of financier James Austin houses an impressive collection of furniture and decorative art.

Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament- Huzzah!  Surrender to an age of bravery and honor and witness epic battles of steel and steed during our ALL-NEW SHOW. From ringside seats, discover a feast of the eyes and appetite with more action, more fun & more excitement than ever before.  As you thrill to a rousing live jousting tournament, marvel at awe-inspiring horsemanship and falconry, Medieval Times serves a four-course meal fit for royalty.  Remember to bring your appetite, but no utensils because this is not the 21st century.

Eaton Center-  Visit Canada’s premier shopping destination. Eaton Center offers top retailers unrivalled by any other shopping centre in downtown Toronto.

The AGO, Art Gallery of Ontario- The AGO holds more than 80,000 works in its collection, which spans from 100 A.D. to the present. Founded in 1900 by a group of private citizens as the Art Museum of Toronto, the Art Gallery of Ontario collection features classical masterpieces by the likes of Monet, Degas and Bernini and modern exhibitions by artists like Ai Weiwei and even David Bowie.  The exhibitions are constantly updating, so it will never be the same experience twice.

Toronto Symphony Orchestra - Founded in 1922, the Toronto Symphony Orchestra is one of Canada’s leading cultural institutions. Enjoy this musical performance at Roy Thomson Hall.

The Princess of Wales Theatre Take in a show at the first newly built theater in Toronto since 1907 it’s just a block away from their historic Royal Alexandra Theatre.

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