Toronto is the capital of Ontario and the largest city in Canada. It is known for its diverse cultures, rich history, and bustling city life. Toronto is also known for its vibrant nightlife, delicious food, and professional sports teams, including the Toronto Maple Leafs and the Toronto Raptors. Additionally, the city is home to several shopping centers, parks, and theaters, making it a great destination for tourists and locals alike. Here are great things to see and do in Toronto:
CN Tower: famous landmark and observation deck offering panoramic views of the city and brave the EdgeWalk, the world’s highest hands-free walk 116 storeys above Toronto.
Toronto Zoo: a large zoo featuring over 5,000 animals from around the world.
The Royal Ontario Museum (ROM): a museum of world culture and natural history and attend the ROM After Dark and see the museum in a new way.
Casa Loma: a historic castle that serves as a museum, events venue, and fine dining restaurant, or participate in the unique Casa Loma escape rooms.
Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO): one of Canada's largest art museums featuring over 90,000 works of art.
Scotiabank Arena: cheer on the Toronto Maple Leafs, Toronto Raptors or attend a concert.
Rogers Centre: attend a Toronto Blue Jays game or enjoy a concert.
Hockey Hall of Fame: a museum dedicated to the history of ice hockey.
Distillery District: a historic neighborhood featuring charming architecture, shopping, dining, and entertainment.
Kensington Market: a vibrant neighborhood known for its diverse cultural food and goods.
High Park: a large urban park featuring walking trails, gardens, a zoo, and scenic views of the city.
Ripley's Aquarium of Canada: a large indoor aquarium featuring thousands of aquatic animals from around the world.
Toronto Island, take the ferry and enjoy a children's amusement park and several parks and nature reserves, or take a flight out of the Billy Bishop Airport.