The capital city of Ontario, Toronto, has a mix of attractions that appeal to tourists of all age groups! From the famous CN Tower to the famous galleries and museums spread across the city, the New York City of Canada is easy to navigate, making it a friendlier place to visit.
Your trip to Ontario will be incomplete without a mandatory visit to the Niagara Falls!
The landmark attraction of Toronto, CN Tower is the best place to get a panoramic view of the city!
Head straight up the tower to one of the observatories or restaurants (360 Restaurant) to get a birds-eye view of the city and Lake Ontario.
However, if you don't appreciate the climb, you can simply stay on the ground and appreciate the beauty of this tower.
Royal Ontario Museum (ROM)
If you want to understand the historic events engulfing Toronto, head straight to ROM.
With about six million artifacts, displayed in 40 separate galleries, the museum has amazing collections of dinosaur bones, fine arts and design items from the Art Deco period.
Located near the base of CN Tower, the aquarium has a display of all kinds of marine life. The underwater tunnel that has a moving sidewalk is the highlight of the facility.
The experience of watching sharks glide past the tunnel roof is mesmerizing for the tourists.
Also, the jellyfish display with enhanced lightning and touch tanks with stingrays and small sharks are added attractions!
Step back into time at this elegant castle which is a famous landmark in the city!
This unique architectural castle has decorated suites, gardens, hallways, stables along with the secret passages! You can take a self-guided tour of the castle that is available in 8 languages.
The largest zoo in Canada spread over an area of 287 hectares is unique in the way it is constructed.
Divided into 7 zoogeographic zones and some animals kept in their natural habitat in the open while the others kept indoors, the zoo is a marvel to visit!
Home to 5000 animals with a few exotic animals included alongside Kids zoo, Splash Island and Waterside Theatre; the zoo should definitely be on your things to do in Toronto's checklist!
Spanning over an area of 161 hectares, this municipality park is equipped with a zoo, sporting, cultural, educational facilities alongside playgrounds and gardens!
When at the park, do pay a visit to the Colborne Lodge historical museum and the Grenadier Cafe. If you happen to visit the place during spring to fall, you will be able to take a tour of the park in the red and white trackless train!
The renowned historic area has now been converted into a shopping district! With artists' studios, restaurants, boutiques and galleries housed inside the old buildings, the place is always bustling with visitors.
Art Gallery of Ontario
With a collection of more than 95,000 art pieces ranging from European masterpieces to contemporary pieces alongside a huge collection of Canadian Art and temporary exhibitions taking place throughout the year.
Rogers Centre is a massive domed sports arena and home to the Toronto Blue Jays adjacent CN Tower. It has a retractable roof which is a very special design.
Toronto Entertainment District
The lively Toronto Entertainment District lives up to its name with everything. This is the place to come to see major theater productions with the latest shows and musicals, concerts, and other performing arts
City Hall And Nathan Philips Square
City Hall consists of two arc-shaped buildings with 20 and 27 stories high respectively. It is one of the top tourist attractions of Toronto.
In front of City Hall is a man-made pond where the Toronto sign is located. Most of the visitors take their photographs here. This is beautiful in nights.
St. Lawrence Market
This market building was built in 1850 and is also occasionally used for film and TV shoots. It unique feature is its grand staircase and gas-lit chandelier.
The Toronto Islands are a chain of 15 small islands in Lake Ontario. The ferry trip to the Toronto Islands is one of the fantastic sightseeing tour.
Ontario Science Center
The Ontario Science Center is exhibits all latest technology. It is must visit destination with family. There are lot many things to entertain children.
The Hockey Hall of Fame is an ice hockey museum located in Toronto is must visit place for hockey fans.
Graffiti Alley is along alley parallel to Queen West and home to a massive swath of vibrant street art.
The huge Eaton Center mall is a must visit place for shopaholics in Toronto, Canada.